Maulana Hospital

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Title: Molana Hospital

Author: Jalaluddin Mohammad Molavi

Publisher: Jami

Subject: Persian poetry

Age category: All ages

Number of pages: 216

Language: Farsi

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The book of Maulana Hospital is the work of Jalaluddin Mohammad Balkhi (Rumi).

Why and how is prayer formed in human beings and what effect does it have on human life today?
What are the prayers that arise from permanent pain, not temporary pain?
What are the existential love prayers – in modern terms – in mystical literature?
What is the difference between painful prayers and other prayers?
For Persian-speakers – if they want – to recite and whisper the most eloquent and meaningful Persian prayers in poetry, Rumi Hospital is a good option.
The book of Rumi Hospital is a collection of the most eloquent and passionate prayers of Rumi Jalaluddin Mohammad (known as Rumi).
These prayers have been extracted from about 60,000 verses of Rumi in Masnavi Manavi and Divan Shams Tabrizi and have been arranged according to their subject in 12 chapters.
At the end of each chapter, short explanations are provided to make it easier to understand some of the words and expressions in the poems.
Why and how is prayer formed in human beings and what effect does it have on human life today?
What are the prayers that arise from permanent pain, not temporary pain?
What are the existential love prayers – in modern terms – in mystical literature?
What is the difference between painful prayers and other prayers?
For Persian-speakers – if they want – to recite and whisper the most eloquent and meaningful Persian prayers in poetry, Rumi Hospital is a good option.

The book of Rumi Hospital is a collection of the most eloquent and passionate prayers of Rumi Jalaluddin Mohammad (known as Rumi).

These prayers have been extracted from about 60,000 verses of Rumi in Masnavi Manavi and Divan Shams Tabrizi and have been arranged according to their subject in 12 chapters.

At the end of each chapter, short explanations are provided to make it easier to understand some of the words and expressions in the poems.

The first chapter, entitled The Importance of Prayer and Its Benefits, contains many verses of Rumi in this regard:
Do not neglect the inside, you will cut and scratch it until the last breath

Loves this turmoil sweetheart trying in vain to get out of sleep

In the second chapter, entitled The Quality of Acceptable Prayer, it is emphasized that حال “Now-it is important, not-said-!

We do not look at the language and look at the marvel and the look!

In the third chapter, entitled Encouraging Prayer, there are some recommendations from Rumi:

You do not say we do not know how to do it, it is not difficult!

And it calls us to humility and modesty to achieve greenery and freshness of soul:

When will spring become a green stone ?! Soil to go flowers paint color!

In the fourth chapter, under the title of the prayers of the worshipers and the followers of the passionate verses of Rumi’s prayers, it is stated:

O God, wax this heart stone! Make her moan happy

Or
O your wound is better than the medicine of others! Your restraint is better than the rule of others!

In the fifth chapter, under the title of romantic and mystical prayers, we see the most passionate sonnets and masnavi:

O Noah’s soul! He desires the soul to come! Injured ointment come! Come sick patient!

Where is your non-roof? ! What is your non-name? ! Where is your non-cup? O sweet butler!

In the sixth chapter, the mystics are prayed and they are separated from the people of every religion and sect and are considered superior:

The nation loves the Zamlets separately! Lovers are the religion and nation of God!

And he rushes to the cortical etiquettes and says:

Moses is another etiquette! Burned are the souls of others!

In the seventh chapter, the prayer of the whole universe comes to God:

The wheel is screaming, the goat is toasting around me, the moon is screaming, my face is swollen!

In the eighth chapter, the Arabic prayers of Rumi and their translation are as follows:

O God!
(Our Lord, our eyes are drunk and we are not wise, so forgive us for the burden of our sins).

In the ninth chapter, the divine addresses to mankind are stated that “the burning of the servants of God is desirable, not the appearance of hypocrisy:

I would like some of these words and phrases and licenses! سوز! With that burner!

(Adjective: similes covered in words)

In the tenth chapter, the philosophy of evil is described from Rumi’s point of view, and in the eleventh chapter, the prayers of hypocrites and imitators are described, which are strongly condemned by Rumi.

In the language of the name of truth and in his soul, filth from his unbelieving disbelief!

And in the last chapter, the situation of those who are unaware of prayer is raised, those who are full of sorrow and grief due to the distance from prayer:

The one who wants to make his grief tired and close the way for him to mourn!

This book is a blessing for lovers of prayer and lovers of Rumi

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