Daily Archives: September 24, 2010

Come, sweet death

Franz Schubert left this world when he was only 31 years old. A few months before his death, in the summer of 1828,  he composed his   final instrumental work, the String Quintett in C Major.   At the time … Continue reading

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Welcome the unease

What is this fear of awakening all about ? What is so scary about letting  go of old beliefs and living one’s full potential? Indeed. Why rather hold on to suffering, to pain and frustration than simply – change? Just … Continue reading

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The wisdom of Rumi

Ghazal 2133 wake up, wake up this night is gone wake up abandon abandon even your dear self abandon there is an idiot in our market place selling a precious soul if you doubt my word get up this moment … Continue reading

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