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Ala-udeen & The Magic Lamp / In Rhymed Couplets By Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore
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Here’s the classic tale of Ala-udeen (Arabic pronunciation, meaning The Glory of the Way) and the well-known genie (or jinn) in the magic lamp, with all its smoke-blasts of wondrous mystery,... More > swift mind-boggling transformations, heartfelt love-longing for the princess of the sultan, innocent good versus evil (with good triumphant against black magicky dark forces), and in modern, narrative rhyming couplets for today’s readers. Everyone’s invited for this new version of the ancient Muslim wisdom story from The Arabian Nights (Alf Layla wa Layla), or A Thousand Nights and a Night, so well-known as part of global consciousness that all you have to do is say “the magic lamp,” and everyone knows what you’re talking about, blue smoke-emerging genies and “Your wish is my command!” — but presented here in a sparkling new rendition.< Less
the Way of the Wayfarer Without a Way ~ Book 2 By Rasheed al Hajj abu Mutahhar
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The Way of the Wayfarer is a unitary work of tales of love, adventure, humor, mystery & wonder, like 1001 Arabian Nights, a halal Harry Potter, or a Muslim Canterbury Tales. The Way of the... More > Wayfarer explores Sufism, the Golden Rule and universal love. It is for readers of any faith, and for those who are struggling with faith. On the Way, the eternal green man Khidr joins forces with Tibetan adept Milarepa. Beloved tales of the great Sufi mystic Rabi'a find new light as she makes hajj. Parzival becomes Parts the Veil, as the Grail romance is told from a Muslim perspective. The Way of the Wayfarer is an exegesis of the Qur’an, with newly translated versions from the Qur’an, Gospels, and Torah within its stories, as well as new translations from Rumi. Similar to Rumi's Masnavi, it offers original spiritual tales and narratives of the Prophets of the Abrahamic faiths and in this case stories from wisdom traditions from Taoism to Buddhism to Vedanta, all woven into a single narrative tapestry of spiritual beauty.< Less
the Way of the Wayfarer Without a Way ~ Book 1 By Rasheed al Hajj abu Mutahhar
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The Way of the Wayfarer is a unitary work of tales of love, adventure, humor, mystery & wonder, like 1001 Arabian Nights, a halal Harry Potter, or a Muslim Canterbury Tales. The Way of the... More > Wayfarer explores Sufism, the Golden Rule and universal love. It is for readers of any faith, and for those who are struggling with faith. On the Way, the eternal green man Khidr joins forces with Tibetan adept Milarepa. Beloved tales of the great Sufi mystic Rabi'a find new light as she makes hajj. Parzival becomes Parts the Veil, as the Grail romance is told from a Muslim perspective. The Way of the Wayfarer is an exegesis of the Qur’an, with newly translated versions from the Qur’an, Gospels, and Torah within its stories, as well as new translations from Rumi. Similar to Rumi's Masnavi, it offers original spiritual tales and narratives of the Prophets of the Abrahamic faiths and in this case stories from wisdom traditions from Taoism to Buddhism to Vedanta, all woven into a single narrative tapestry of spiritual beauty.< Less
the Way of the Wayfarer Without a Way ~ Book 3 By Rasheed al Hajj abu Mutahhar
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The Way of the Wayfarer is a unitary work of tales of love, adventure, humor, mystery & wonder, like 1001 Arabian Nights, a halal Harry Potter, or a Muslim Canterbury Tales. The Way of the... More > Wayfarer explores Sufism, the Golden Rule and universal love. It is for readers of any faith, and for those who are struggling with faith. On the Way, the eternal green man Khidr joins forces with Tibetan adept Milarepa. Beloved tales of the great Sufi mystic Rabi'a find new light as she makes hajj. Parzival becomes Parts the Veil, as the Grail romance is told from a Muslim perspective. The Way of the Wayfarer is an exegesis of the Qur’an, with newly translated versions from the Qur’an, Gospels, and Torah within its stories, as well as new translations from Rumi. Similar to Rumi's Masnavi, it offers original spiritual tales and narratives of the Prophets of the Abrahamic faiths and in this case stories from wisdom traditions from Taoism to Buddhism to Vedanta, all woven into a single narrative tapestry of spiritual beauty.< Less