‘The Forty Rules of Love’ by Elif Shafak

Wanderlust at home

love

Rumi caught me, yet again.

Have you ever had the feeling that when you love someone or something deeply, somehow they seem to drift into your life as if by chance? Then it is upto you whether to grab that chance or hesitate and hold back. Its been less than a year since I came to know about Rumi and his poems. First couplet of his and I was hooked. I was a bit confused though when I saw some of his poems attributed to Shams of Tabriz. There were allusions to the relationship between Rumi and his beloved in an earlier, disappointing book that I picked up just because it said, a study on poems by Rumi. Elif Shafak has given me all the answers in ‘The Forty Rules of Love”.

It was the picture of a woman lost in her thoughts, wandering along a beach that first caught…

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About wanderlustathome

Dabbling in numbers for a living while dreaming of words all the while.

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