Date(s) - 19/11/2019
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Carmelite Library


Rumi (1207-1273) is known as a Persian poet, a Jurist, an Islamic scholar and great Sufi Mystic. He is the founder of a form of the ascetic Dervish movement in Sufism, in which devotees whirl in mystical trances. Over centuries, much has been written about his teachings and interest in him crosses all religious traditions. This talk will start with some personal reflections of Konya, in Turkey, as it is for devotees today, and move to aspects of Rumi’s life story, and then to sharing selected extracts from his writings.

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This is the last Spiritual Reading Group for the year. See the 2020 program below.



Bookings are closed for this event.