In the process of spiritual perfection, selfishness, egoism, and conceit are among the worst flaws.
This is not a path of words, but of deeds; only through action can progress be realized.
A true human being is one who rejoices in the happiness of others and shares in their sorrows.
"Truth" transcends any proof or persuasion; it stands as its own proof.
The more we expand and deepen our knowledge, the more we become aware of our own insignificance.
There are two things on which my time was well-spent: the tanbur and spiritual practice.
What greater pleasure than being prepared to align oneself with His will.
Good intentions alone have spiritual merit, even if the opportunity to actualize those intentions does not transpire.
Chance and coincidence do not exist; there is a cause and a reason for everything.
My approach resembles a new field of medicine that is based on years of asceticism, experimentation, and research; in reality, it is the synthesis of my personal experience.