On Reliance

Theologian, jurist and mystic, the Proof, Al Ghazali advises, If you knew Him truly as He should be known, you would take Him as a Companion and leave people aside. 

There is a certain pleasure in observing seekers.  In their entering, there is a grace undefined.  In their imploring, brokenness.   And in their sitting, a deep reliance.  All else is left at the door.

By The Guardian, this is Meziana.

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One Response to “On Reliance”

  1. So much humility…

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