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40: O My Servant! Free Thyself From The Fetters Of This World And
O MY SERVANT! Free thyself from the fetters of this w...
Know, however, that the seeker, at the outset of his jou...
O QUEEN in London! Incline thine ear unto the voice o...
We render thanks unto God for that which He hath bestowe...
185 The School Of Transcendent Oneness #175
In this verse and the ones which immediately follow i...
Lauded Be Thy Name, O My God! I Am So Carried
Lauded be Thy name, O my God! I am so carried away by...
33: O My Brother! Hearken To The Delightsome Words Of My Honeyed
O MY BROTHER! Hearken to the delightsome words of My ...
50: O Quintessence Of Passion! Put Away All Covetousness And Seekcontentment;
O QUINTESSENCE OF PASSION! Put away all covetousness and seek contentment;
for the covetous hath ever been deprived, and the contented hath ever been
loved and praised.
51: O Son Of My Handmaid! Be Not Troubled In Poverty Nor Confident In
49: O Children Of Dust! Tell The Rich Of The Midnight Sighing Of The Poor
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