Aye, there’s the RUB …

ye Gods

referring to a source of more wisdom and greater solace than ever the Holy Babbles of any religious franchise can hope to claim. The Rubaiyat, officially approved by  —>

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referring of course to a work by a semi-obscure but powerful (!) Islamic mind some hundreds of years ago—a work which translated directly into English was obscure and almost meaningless; a work which once ‘translated’ (i.e. immensely enhanced) by an  almost unknown English clergyman became one of the modern greats (especially with we hippies).

Click the above quote for one of the many sources. Peruse, find one that appeals and curl up beneath a bough somewhere with a loaf of bread, gallon or two of a good red and whomesoever ringeth thy bell these days and get in amongst it:

Breathes there the man, with soul so dead,

Who never to himself hath said,

This is my own, my native school of thought …



That link again:


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