A new born baby, in all its miraculous perfection. You look at this beautiful baby and all you feel is love. A glow of new energy emanates from this child and you cannot tear your eyes away from the magnificence you see before you.
I think not!
And even if the baby is born with some disability or problem, we still see this little baby as a perfect human being and can feel the magnificent love flowing.
So why is it, that although we all begin this human life so beautifully, knowing we are whole, perfect and complete, that we can become so mislead and unloving about ourselves, who we are and what we deserve in this life?
For many of us humans, when we get to a certain age, we start to wonder about life, who we really are and we end up on a path, or journey, BACK to the remembrance of who we really DO KNOW we are, like we did when we were a baby and infant.
We peel back the layers, explore the inner depths of us, investigate and identify all the stories we have about ourselves and basically just keep peeling the onion.
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Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī also known as Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Balkhī and more popularly simply as Rumi, was a 13th-century Persian poet, jurist, ...
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