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2017, vol. 6, iss. 3, pp. 1-30
The cry of a ney: An analysis of the social thought of Mawlana Rumi
Grupa za religijsku civilizaciju, Centar za religijske nauke 'Kom', Beograd

emailm.halilovic@centarkom.rs
Abstract
Poetic inspiration and a masterful literary ability to create rebounding poetry in combination with a mystical spirit, especially in addition to the possibility of drawing on the knowledge from a rich religious heritage - have a lot of originality to offer. This is actually the way in which a tradition worthy of attention is created, in addition to a rhythm which is in tune with every kind of emotion. This is how verses full of spirit are created, verses which will be born in order to outlive all generations, which will be created in order to last, and which will come to save mankind - from apathy, stagnation, immobility, lost paths, illusions, corrupt ideals. This is how human-like poetry is created, one imbued with love of the true, eternal kind. That's how life is created, actually. That is how the encouraging words of Mawlana Jalal al-Din Rumi were formed. Rumi's life can be divided into three periods: education, scientific life, mystical journey. During the first period young Rumi gained a vast knowledge and became familiar with almost all traditional and rational scientific disciplines. In the second period, experienced Rumi taught his students everything he had ever learned. And in the last period, spiritually awakened Rumi - or, as he himself would say, 'a burned lover' - sang a song about his detachment from God and loneliness among people. Although Rumi was different in each of these periods in comparison to the others, it is impossible to deny that there was a common thread that was present throughout his life - and this was his unwavering loyalty to the Shari'ah, or the Islamic religious law. Almost all of Rumi's collections and works were created during the last period of his life, which testifies to the fact that we are addressed in them by Rumi who had successfully passed through all those periods. It is therefore very important that we investigate how one exquisite poet and a great mystic and a devotee of God, who had previously proven himself as a great connoisseur of various Islamic sciences as well, observed society and social life. In this paper we will try to carefully consider this question.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Original Scientific Paper
DOI: 10.5937/kom1703001H
published in SCIndeks: 14/02/2018
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