”River of love has a reverse flow. He who floats will drown, and he who drowns will get across.”
– Amir Khusrau, 12th century sufi saint.
Source: Nehru Centre UK
“Though my value may be a little less than that of yours, yet if your veins were cut open, our blood will come out of the same colour.” – Amir Khusrau.
Source: Milli Gazette
“Man makes his reasons to suit himself. The way to overcome error is, first, to admit one’s fault; and next, to refrain from repeating it.”– Hazrat Inayat Khan.
“Life is an opportunity. It is a pity if we realize this too late.” – Hazrat Inayat Khan.
Source: Teaching of Hazrat Inayat Khan
“One who has given up desires, has no worries. One who wants nothing, is the Emperor” – Thakur Ram Singh.
Source: Sufism Weebly
“Man, here is your worth…your meat is of no use! Your bones cannot be sold for making ornaments, and your skin cannot be played on an instrument!” – Kabir.
“I am not a Hindu, nor a Muslim am I! I am this body, a play of five elements; a drama of the spirit dancing with joy and sorrow.” – Kabir.
Source: Narayana Oracle