She wanted to go far, far away..

He asked her where she was headed
She said ‘far away’.
He frowned,
he wondered if she had someone else.
‘Will you be going, alone?’
She looked at him and smiled,
he frowned even more.
‘No, I won’t be going alone’.
His eyes began to tear up.
She placed a hand on his,
‘I’m never alone, He is with me, always’.
With that, he had his answers.
He smiled and watched her as she left.

Balancing, life..

It was complete chaos
Holding her bag in one hand
And her heart in the other
She was balancing her feet on.. life
with one shoe left behind..

It was complete chaos
But she danced her way through it, with all her elegance and all her strength
Strength she pulled from the experiences deep within her bag, throwing her heart away, shaking the other shoe off..
And she was on her way.

It wasn’t a complete chaos, after all..

A review: the origins of Rumi..

I just read a beautifully made comic by the brothers who are the founders of “Sufi Comics”.. It is called the origins of rumi. And me being the fanatic whom is inspired by Rumi himself, it was a great pleasure and satisfaction to see how Rumi “came to” his poetry and way of life in both words and images, comic.

Page after page, I couldn’t stop myself to do anything else. The pictures and the narrations of what and How he met Shams Tabrizi has always amazed me, and seeing it all come alive in pictures along with words made it so much easy and beautiful for the eyes to see how it all went down.

Now, this was Only the sneak peak, do I even have to say how much I long for the actual entire book?! Sheesh, I can’t keep myself in control. I want it now! I want more of Rumi now! I want more of the Sufi comics!

Never have I ever enjoyed learning and reading something as much as I’ve enjoyed reading the comics by the two brothers. It is a new way of learning, and it is amazingly beautiful.

I recommend everyone to keep their eyes on the site, they keep feeding my soul by each and every comic they make. Absolutely in awe.
I love.