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The same herb planted in various atmospheric conditions will vary in form accordingly, but will retain its characteristics.

     Bowl of Saki, August 2, by Hazrat Inayat Khan

Commentary by Pir-o-Murshid Inayat Khan

Wisdom is the ultimate power. In wisdom is rooted religion, which connotes law and inspiration. But the point of view of the wise differs from that of the simple followers of a religious faith. Whatever their faith, the wise have always been able to meet each other beyond those boundaries of external forms and conventions, which are natural and necessary to human life, but which none the less separate humanity.

People of the same thought and point of view are drawn to each other with a tendency to form an exclusive circle. A minority is apt to fence itself off from the majority, from the crowd. So it has been with the mystics. Mystical ideas are un-intelligible to the many. The mystics have therefore usually imparted their ideas to a chosen few only, to a picked band whom they could trust and who were ready for initiation and discipleship. Thus, great Sufis have appeared at different times, and founded schools of thought. Their expression of wisdom has differed to suit their environments; but their understanding of life has been one and the same. The same herb planted in various atmospheric conditions, will vary in form accordingly, but retain its characteristics.

   from  http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/archives/sufism.htm



   ~~~ The same herb planted in various atmospheric conditions will vary in form accordingly, but will retain its characteristics.



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