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The Mystical Tales of the 1001 Arabian Nights, Symbols of the Heart of Secrets

How many people do not chase a dream they allow mastering their mind? Lots of people are blind to what they should see but want to go looking for something which seems unavailable and far away, but often seems better than where they live, instead of searching the richness in their own habitat.

People should know the treasures are not hidden in a secret cave but are hidden in the own heart to which the own spirit and the set-apart or Holy Scriptures are the key to enter.

Kone, Krusos, Kronos

A Wisdom Tale

“We lay veils upon their hearts lest they understand it…”

Qur’an (17:46)

Many years ago in my youth when I meet my Spiritual Teacher, I heard someone ask him what were his favorite movies, to my surprise he said:

“I love those movies, about Sinbad the Sailor, Ali Baba, The thief of Bagdad, and that type of movies.”

I was floored, an avid movie fan at the time I couldn’t figure out a man of his Spiritual realization would care for such cheese B movies made on the fifties, and sixties, with second rate actors like Steve Reeves, and other perhaps more memorable, like Douglas Fairbanks earlier and many others, since Hollywood love for the exotic, an adventures has been a cash cow, and every so many years they bring to the screen the tales of the Arabian Nights in a new form, with little, or any artistic relevance, .

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A positive attitude can really make dreams come true


A positive attitude
can really make dreams come true
– it did for me.
David Bailey


Dutch version / Nederlandse versie > Een positieve houding kan dromen echt waarmaken

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Doubt kills more dreams than failure


Doubt kills more dreams than failure

Dutch version / Nederlandse versie: Twijfel doodt meer dromen dan mislukken

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Not pushed by problems, but guided by dreams


Make sure you are not pushed by problems,
but you are guided by your dreams.


Dutch version / Nederlandse versie > Niet geduwd door problemen maar geleid door dromen

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Love, sleep and reality


“You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep
because reality is finally better than your dreams.”
― Dr. Seuss


Dutch version / Nederlandse versie > Verliefdheid, slaap en werkelijkheid

Ted Geisel, American writer and cartoonist, at...

Ted Geisel, American writer and cartoonist, at work on a drawing of the grinch for “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Keeping faith in youth dreams


” Stay true to the dreams of your youth. ”

Friedrich von Schiller

Dutch version / Nederlandse versie > Trouw blijven aan jeugddromen

Friedrich von Schiller Coloured Drawing

Friedrich von Schiller Coloured Drawing (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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To Endeavour to live the life which one has imagined


“I learned this, at least, by my experiment;
that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams,
and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined,
he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours..”
― Henry David Thoreau


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A Million Ways To Live: Al Muhyi (The One Who Gives Life)

When we start our life we do not have any specific dreams or aspirations; When we start seeing all those attracting things around us we want to get up from our four pats to stand up on two limbs and to come to conquer the world around us. We start having lots of dreams and lots of aspirations, but when we get older we encounter also lots of defeats and disillusions.

Somehow deep in our heart we may feel a certain call, a cry that there could be an Al Khaleeq (The Creator), but most people do not want to know about some One Who is Greater than they and has their life in His Hands. But without this Divine Creator man shall have to find that life is empty and time is restricted, coming to see that in this life we shall never get to that high point of total fulfilment.

When finding Allah the Exalted, or the God above all gods, we shall be able to grow and find peace in our heart, how much other people may try to destroy the good name of Allah and want to bring fear over the world, blaspheming Allah and besmearing the Muslim community.

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To remember

dreams sketched in your duas  (= your very essence of worship) > visuals you created in your mind > voice out to Allah = like statues made of clay.

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Preceding article

Reflections on Existence and Teaching

Engagement in an actual two-way conversation with your deities

Get up & Move on

Getting out of the dark corners of this world

Why “Selfishness” Doesn’t Properly Mean Being Shortsighted and Harmful to Others

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Additional reading

  1. It is Today
  2. A time for everything
  3. A tongue to speak slowly and well-considered
  4. To whom do we want to be enslaved
  5. Old Man of Prayer
  6. Death

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Further reading

  1. Looking For Grace: Al Lateef (The Subtle One)
  2. No Ordinary Shephard:Al Waasi (The All Encompassing)

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New Muslim Muses


The dreams that you have sketched in your duas, the visuals that you have created in your mind about how that “moment” would look like, the imaginary rehearsal sessions in your washroom where you prepare for the “feeling” lest you dont feel silly- we all have these dreams. Getting that degree or that job, that dream marriage, that dream family, driving your dream car or unpacking at your dream home; all of us have so many things we want, wish for, ask for.
The wishes and duas we voice out to Allah are like the statues made of clay. In our limited capacities, thats the closest we can be to the reality we want to have. So we need Al Muhyi to give life to those statue like dreams, by making them real in flesh and blood. So ask Al Muhyi to give life to your duas by manifesting them…

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Letting go

Cameron

Letting go of the past does not involve checking up on it, or looking back at it and letting the memories fill you. No, you can do that years later once you’ve let go but never during the process.

Letting go shouldn’t involve talking, thinking, reminiscing, dwelling, crying, regretting, anything from the past.

Letting go means dropping everything. It means forgetting the bad and the good. Again, you can think about it all later if you want. But you probably won’t, you’ll forget it eventually.

Letting go is hard, especially if your past seems like it was better than your present. But sometimes in order to have a better future you need to think of your past as a dream. Let it go, imagine it as if you are just now waking up and you can faintly remember the dream you had but not really. Wake up and forget the…

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Recollections of the Day From My Garden…

The semi-retired ex-professional Western Australian musician becoming a copywriter with one of Australia’s largest marketing companies for 10 years, Nia Maharg, spends most of time writing fiction, poetry and about topics that interest him, looking at lingering clouds which dance in wisps of tangerine softness {Sublimity…} but also dreames his soulgrew wings and took flight {Broken Night of Dreams!}

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Nia Maharg

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by Nia Marharg.

Darkness drapes itself over light

and drags another day to a close,

folds it away in a bank of distant dreams.

As if no rule, no-compass scheme lay before its eyes,

Good and evil people passed.

Good and evil people entered.

Someone said something profound at midday

forgotten by evening…

The sea pounded the shoreline with its massive waves.

The wind belted the lime stone face of Mount Snape.

First light of sun revealed

red rose blooms laden with dew,

petals with sun-lit crystals,

in my garden… delicate.

.Every flower is an honoured dinner guest

waiting to be invited to nature’s table…

shrubs and flowers healthily yielding their beauty and fragrance.

 Paths in the garden lead on to gravelled beaten tracks.

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