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Notes XV, Poems From The DIvan Of Hafiz

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Poems from the Divan of Hafiz, by Getrude Lowthian Bell, [1897] Stanza 3.—"Night is with child"—a Persian proverb extraordinarily suggestive of the clear, deep, Eastern sky. The sight seems to slip through between the stars and penetrate a darkness which is big with possibilities.

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1 Sahil Badruddin = "In a very spiritual sense, the infinite world of God is often used as a proof for God's existence. Seeing the world around us, we are a very little part of the whole. The idea of something beyond ourselves is what allowed Humans to have ideas about religiosity and God. "