Dear Haijin, visitors and travelers,
Yesterday we had a wonderful poem by Imrani, just to show you that there are more great Persian poets, but today I will return to the three Persian poets who have the leading role this month, Rumi, Hafiz and Saadi.
Today I have a nice poem by Rumi for you to meditate and contemplate about. This poem is titled "a star without a name"
In this poem he describes how humankind came to the world, like a star without a name. As I read this I immediately thought of the idea of "starseeds". I don't now if you are familiar with this idea "starseed"? So I will try to explain the idea of "starseeds".
it easily forgets her
and starts eating solid food.
then lift up into the sun.
So you should taste the filtered light
and work your way toward wisdom
with no personal covering.
That's how you came here, like a star
without a name. Move across the night sky
with those anonymous lights.
I hope you did like the read. This poem is surely about something wonderful and magical. Maybe it is about starseeds and if that's true than Rumi was a real awakend poet and he was aware of this "starseed" idea. As I look at myself ... than I think there is something like this "starseed" maybe you and I are "starseeds" ... sounds great!
This episode is NOW OPEN for your submissions and will remain open until March18th at noon (CET). I will try to post our next episode, leaving, later on.