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    It's a college-set book. It is an academic resourc

    I read the book in Turkish. But I read the book in English, in New York. This book is an excellent read for someone following the Sufi path. But it contains so much depth that an ordinary person will find it difficult to comprehend. The author is a renowned Sufi saint that shares his experience through parables. Each time you read the same chapter, you get a new meaning. This is not a book to be read only once or to be read at one go. You have to meditate of the meaning of each chapter to be able to understand. Each time you read the same chapter, you get a new meaning. This is not a book to be read only once or to be read at one go. You have to meditate of the meaning of each chapter to be able to understand. It's a college-set book. It is an academic resource. A perfect book with one word.
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    I loved this book

    The whole learned Ibn Arabi society has practically convinced itself that translating Arabi's Doctrine is impossible. Yet, the author of this volume has no such fear. Of course, the text will never be an easy reading, either in the original or in the English translation, and there will always enough people criticizing this or that choice of words. Of course, half way through there may be a need to go back and change something in the earlier volumes, and the electronic format makes it easier. But please don't let it stop you, Mrs Kevser, the critics will go away, and your book will remain. Much of the current dialog from and about Islam assumes a very rigid and narrow perspective on the role available to Ibn Arabi in Islam. The Enlightened are not bound by religion, It is written at a college level, so for some people it would not be an easy read, but the writing is clear and straightforward so it is not hard to follow.
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    İbn’i Arabi

    An amazing book with a highly respected research at the background and heart lightning touch of the author. A must be read book and author for those who seek the intense feeling of pure love deep inside themselves.
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    Ibn Arabi,

    I have had this in book form and I need something I can just carry with me anywhere I go. This particular book has given me so much for ritüel, mediation, philosophical ruminations and appreciation of what is beautiful! It is very inspiring and transcends all religions. I love so much Ibn 'Arabi,
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    Ibn Arabi is my favorite,

    I read the book, both in Turkish and in English. The Turkish language is very fluent and interesting. The English translation is quite successful. Congratulations. Ibn Arabi is my favorite.
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