The subject of worthiness goes to our core. We constantly feed ourselves the lines, “I’ll be worthy if… I’ll be worthy when…” This is the truth: You are worthy now. You are enough, and I am enough, and this poem is dedicated to the truth of who we are at our core.
These Rumi quotes about life are enlightening and simply beautiful displays of the human journey captured in words. May this collection of quotes and verses inspire you to observe the wonders as they occur around you.
It’s easy to be happy when the sun is shining, but it’s a great show of resilience and hope to remember the dawn in the middle of the night. This is a poem about keeping the faith during those dark times. I hope you can spot a glimmer of hope from these words, for that’s […]
This short poem about life is an ode to the everlasting life of the present moment. This moment, right here and right now, is indeed all we really ever have and all we ever need. Our power lies in our awareness of our own power, and that requires presence.
Two people can look at the exact same thing, and upon the exact same situation, and see something completely different. This poem is an ode to discovering a new perspective when an old view has stifled creativity, happiness, inspiration, or a love for life.
Rumi is one of the most inspirational and widely-read mystical poets of any age. He was a passionate seeker of the truth and placed great faith in living from the heart; these Rumi quotes about love certainly capture this spirit.
Trust your intuition, for no other person is walking your journey. Do not let the noise of the world and the opinions of others drown out your inner voice; it’s wiser than you could even know.
Feeling guilty is a sign that love is needed. Only through love can the condition of guilt be cured. Let this poem serve as a healing reminder that letting go of guilt is a choice to value peace and happiness above all else.
Maybe home is not a place to arrive at, but rather a state of mind to be lived. This is an inspiring poem that conveys a message deeply rooted in love and surrender to what’s true, to who we truly are, and to what home really is.
This is a heartfelt poem about loss, one that asks questions and fights against the unknown yet gradually softens into the understanding that perhaps we just need to look for answers in a different way. Maybe if we look with the heart instead of our eyes, we’ll find a better way.