• The tanbur has a language of its own that resonates with contemplative thought.
  • Solitude is best sought from within, not in seclusion.
  • Music has an extraordinary effect on everything, even minerals and plants.
  • What greater pleasure than being prepared to align oneself with His will.
  • Willpower is the key to access all levels in spirituality.
  • It is mistaken to withdraw into seclusion, deprive oneself of everything, and then claim to be virtuous; what counts is to live among society but still remain virtuous.
  • Regardless of our religion, what is expected of us is to be a true human being: one who has a good disposition, moral integrity, and sound intentions.
  • Chance and coincidence do not exist; there is a cause and a reason for everything.
  • This is not a path of words, but of deeds; only through action can progress be realized.
  • In the process of spiritual perfection, selfishness, egoism, and conceit are among the worst flaws.