The final letter in Anna Rohleder's beautiful series of Love Letters to Muhmammad. Featured on the Living Tradition at Patheos.com
He could have been someone's grandfather from Sicily, dressed in a three-piece suit, walking with a cane, the bearer of the mischievous yet innocent smile.
Extract from a book in progress: The Living Tradition, Conversations on the Sufi Path by Shaikh Kabir Helminski
Letter number seven continues a series of Eleven Love Letters to Muhammad, by Anna Rohleder
There’s the Hadith that says, “Anyone who sees me in a dream, it is as if he has truly seen me, for Satan cannot take my form.” Still, I want to ask you about a particular dream I had – whether it was really you in it. . .
Reflections on the Divine Feminine in Islam and its symoblism, by Mahmoud Mostafa.
A Talk by Shaikh Kabir Helminski at the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C., October 8th, 2016