by Shervin Nekuee

Come you lost Atoms to your Centre draw,
And be the Eternal Mirror that you saw:
Rays that have wander’d into Darkness wide
Return and back into your Sun subside
The Conference of the Birds  (Attar)


Dear In Claritas fellows,

It’s a magnificent winter day in The Hague as I am writing to you. Blue sky an illuminating sun and peaceful atmosphere. It is exactly the time and space that fits a short letter to you.

*Maarten: Thank you for accurateness: remaining me how important it is to use the right tools to cope with the material you are dealing with;

*Jonathan: Thank you for braveness: To dare to ask critical question of “why” in the middle of  a group process  where the danger of group-think (means, collective censorship) is always there.

*Serena: Thank you for modesty and keep it simple: No flowers without a vase.

*Liubava: Thank you for fire. That you brought passion and destruction and all other rich metaphors of fire to our circle.

*Tim. Thank you so much for the image of flock of birds journey as the most beautiful metaphor that I have been hearing the last years about how to deal with our society.

*Sybille: Thank you for the deeper wisdom. The insight from of the Irish pub and the eastern spiritualism beyond all moral wages of our time was calming and cheering.

*Skye: Thank you for the Island of reflection. Thank you for being Skye, what a wonderful presence . . .

*Harry: Thank you for creating space for all this. That is to me the ultimate art: creating space for interaction and in this sense I recognize and bow to your artistic hart (and performing soul too).

Last but not least . . .

*Karin: Thank you to be a miracle. First time, it was in temple like house of a very old Sufi friend that I came to know you, by finding your book about Inayat Khan on his desk. It was not long ago and yet I have this inner conviction that it is the manifestation of the Engle of Light and Wisdom that comes into sight again in your emerge in my life quest.

*** Dear all:
The Conference of the Birds
This is a link to the most basic information about the story of birds I was referring to. If it would touch and trills you, I am sure that you will find your way to more insight about it.

much love & respect

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