9781683834908

Rumi

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  • ISBN13:

    9781683834908

  • ISBN10:

    1683834909

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2018-11-13
  • Publisher: Mandala Pub Group
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Summary

Retold in award-winning writer Kamla K. Kapur’s elegant, flowing language, Rumi’s tales of wisdom and humanity are given fresh life in this modern masterpiece.

Rumi: Tales to Live By is a sweet, comforting, and, at times, fiery guide to nourishing the spirit. In a hopeful but pragmatic tone, timeless storyteller Rumi and award-winning author and playwright Kamla K. Kapur guide us through the trials of life and teach us to embrace suffering, to pray even when it feels hopeless, and ultimately, to surrender to the cosmic will. Personal, poignant, and woven with fierce passion for life and the divine, Rumi: Tales to Live By will leave you with heart-wrenching gratitude for life’s trials and gifts.

Author Biography

Kamla K. Kapur is well known in her native India as a poet, author, and playwright. Her previous work includes Ganesha Goes to Lunch (2007) and Rumi’s Tales from the Silk Road (2009). Kapur has also published two books of poetry, As a Fountain in a Garden and Radha Speaks, numerous short stories, and a series of award winning plays. Kapur was on the faculty of Grossmont College in San Diego, California, for eighteen years and taught courses in play writing, poetry, creative nonfiction, fiction, mythology, Shakespeare, and women’s literature. She and her husband, Payson Stevens, divide their time living in the Kullu Valley in the Indian Himalayas and in Southern California.

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