"The power of love came and I became everlasting power." Rumi - Persian Calligraphy

"The power of love came and I became everlasting power. "O poder do amor veio e me tornei poder eterno.

Title: "The power of love came/ and I became everlasting power" – Poem by Rumi (Classic Persian Poet). Calligraphy (Calligraphy artist unknown)  By Christopher Anderton

Title: "The power of love came/ and I became everlasting power" – Poem by Rumi (Classic Persian Poet). Calligraphy (Calligraphy artist unknown) By Christopher Anderton

This being human is a guest house, the perfect collaboration of Persian calligraphy of Romi; poem with Sufi dance. chiz.miz, weblog, viewed 8 August 2015, <https://yafshar.wordpress.com/2010/05/27/this-being-human-is-a-guest-house/>

This being human is a guest house

Farsi calligraphy of Sufi dancer by Nastaliq (Whirling Dervish) رقصی چنین میانه…

Adoration .. ಌ arabic ಌ beautifully written

isqineeha: “ “Ishq” Passion - Mahmoud Fathy “ To be honest, I don’t think any English word comes close to describing “Ishq" and I don’t think “Passion" is accurate either.

Love (Eshgh عشق) # Persian Calligraphy # Typo Emma & Ava - 2013 Final Proof

could be cool to instert this in the sternum one (or maybe like a forth tattoo) Love (Eshgh عشق) in Persian

Persian Calligraphy.  There are repeating elements in Islamic art, such as the use of geometrical floral or vegetal designs in a repetition known as the arabesque. The arabesque in Islamic art is often used to symbolize the transcendent, indivisible and infinite nature of God.[9] Mistakes in repetitions may be intentionally introduced as a show of humility by artists who believe only God can produce perfection, although this theory is disputed.]

There are repeating elements in Islamic art, such as the use of geometrical floral or vegetal designs in a repetition known as the arabesque. The arabesque in Islamic art is often used to symbolize the transcendent, indivisible and infinite nature of God.

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