The Inner Journey

The Inner Journey

Views From the Islamic Tradition

Book - 2007
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This book of essays, poems, and interviews by Islamic and Sufi poets, scholars, and storytellers is a much-needed compendium of works from a complex tradition that holds timeless messages for contemporary readers. Contributors range from Rumi to Seyyed Hossei Nasr to Emma Clark — together they create a mosaic of the Muslim view of the world and the cosmos, as well as of Sufi rhythms and rituals. Contributions like “Out of the Hidden Root" and “Slumber Seizes Him Not" promote a deeper understanding of one of the world's great, and most misunderstood, spiritual traditions.
Publisher: Sandpoint, Idaho : Morning Light Press, 2007.
ISBN: 9781596750173
1596750170
Branch Call Number: 297. 4 INN
Characteristics: xix, 318 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Chittick, William C.

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