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I think we are frightened every
Moment of our lives
- Hafiz- Translation for a blog in 2013 O'Dell: 'Him' meaning God as you understand him or don't
The sun once glimpsed God's true nature
And has never been the same.
Thus that radiant sphere
Constantly pours its energy
Upon this earth
As does He from behind
With a wonderful God like That
Why isn't everyone a screaming drunk?
Hafiz's guess is this:
Any thought that you are better or less
Than another man
Breaks the wine
- Translation for a blog in 2013 O'Dell: 'Man' meaning mankind
Whose poem is it anyways, Hafiz transcribe over 6000 poems in his lifetime, we do not know in today's world if he was a plagiarizer or a scribe.
Personal Post Note:
The sphere is the shape of form, beauty in itself-attractive to the eye magnetic to the soul
While staying in a hotel in San Jose Costa Rica I noticed that the compound was surrounded with pillars and on top of each pillar was a cement sphere.The Inn keeper explained that they represent actual sphere stones found in the Costa Rican jungle.
Later viewing Costa Rica museum sphere stones, a guide confirmed that each of the stones were painstakingly crafted by hand without the use of metal tools. Theories have a wide range of religious, economical, and navigational applications. But the museum expert felt that there were some perhaps spiritual or cultural purpose for the work but this is unknown.
Whatever the case, the mystifying beauty of the sphere, still captivates the imagination perhaps because it is the shape of form, beauty in itself- attractive to the eye magnetic to the soul (O'Dell)!
Hafiz. "Poem." The Gift Poems by Hafiz The Great Sufi Master. Trans. Daniel Ladinsky. Middlesex
England: Peguin, 1999. 204. Print.
O'Dell, Gregory N. "The Lighthouse Effect." Anatomy of The Human Grey Body: Grey Anatomy. San Antonio: O'Dell, 2007. 55+. Print.