The Travelogues of a Traveler
October 17, 2008 § 1 Comment
Photograph Courtesy of Osmanli Traveler
I thought this photograph was absolutely breath taking. You may find more photographs of the Osmanli Naks-i’bendi Dergahi at yursil.com.
Tagged: dervish, farm, Mountains, New York, Photography, saint, Sufi, Work
That is a breathtaking picture, masha’Allah.
Words that come to mind: Service. A quiet dignity. Modesty. Dedication. Servanthood.
A reminder of the way we should all be…
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