This delightful little book of Teaching Stories from Sufi tradition is quirky, puzzling often unexpected. For those of us with an inkling that there is more to life than meets the eye, it offers much more. It can help us recognize the “Veil”: the indoctrination & base aspirations of the commanding self, blocking our perception, experience and use of the “Gazelle”. It can help us See how to See. Highly recommended! https://idriesshahfoundation.org/books/a-veiled-gazelle-seeing-how-to-see
Follow Aubrey on Twitter
‘Prejudice is the daughter of assumption.’ #sufism
Study the assumptions behind your actions. Then study the assumptions behind your assumptions.
Learning How to Learn
Read the book, for free, here:
The word ‘choice’ is a fraud while people choose only what they have been taught to choose.
New editions in paperback, eBook, audiobook, and free online version:
Moska Mobile Library writes: “A new generation for Afghanistan.” To discover our progress with children’s literacy in Afghanistan, please visit https://booksforafghanistan.org/news/
Q: Must a student always occupy himself with trivialities, as are often mentioned in Sufi writings?
A: There is a saying: ‘If you seek small things to do, and do them well, great things will seek you, and demand to be performed.’
Seeker After Truth