“I’ll Meet You There”

Can’t help but smile about this quirky handmade sign stumbled upon recently in the Kensington Market district of Toronto.

The words are from a poem by Rumi that is generally understood to be about putting aside judgments that divide people and instead to focus on appreciating the wonders of being and the things that connect us all.

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  1. I see it that in Divine Union all is perfect and that I, as human must see differences and create compartments and such, when I leave this world, I will remember that Union and live in perfection again, another energy field πŸ™‚

    • Hi, Penny, I don’t recall visiting that blog, so thanks for mentioning it. I’ll plan to visit it. Rumi’s work is full of splendid insight and he is most often associated with Sufism, which in a very broad sense shares a perspective similar to Buddhism.

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