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DOWNLOAD ⛅ منطق الطیر‎‎ [Manṭiq-uṭ-Ṭayr] ⚟ Considered By Rumi To Be The Master Of Sufi Mystic Poetry, Attar Is Best Known For This Epic Poem, A Magnificent Allegorical Tale About The Soul S Search For Meaning He Recounts The Perilous Journey Of The World S Birds To The Faraway Peaks Of Mount Qaf In Search Of The Mysterious Simorgh, Their King Attar S Beguiling Anecdotes And Humor Intermingle The Sublime With The Mundane, The Spiritual With The Worldly, While His Poem Models The Soul S Escape From The Mind S Rational EmbraceSholeh Wolp Re Creates For Modern Readers The Beauty And Timeless Wisdom Of The Original Persian, In Contemporary English Verse And Poetic Prose ii.Bacaan kali kedua selesai dengan mengambil manfaat daripada pengangkutan awam MRT Patut ada ulasan yang berasingan untuk terjemahan yang dibaca kali ini kerana ada perubahan metodologi penterjemahan yang mengasingkan puisi soal jawab para unggas daripada contoh yang dibawa oleh Attar terhadap isu yang dibincangkan.i.Perjalanan kerohanian atau kalau boleh disebut sebagai penerbangan kerohanian hanya berlaku pada hujung Mantiq at Tayr atau The Conference of the Birds atau dalam bahasa Melayu diterjemah kepada Sidang Burung sebenarnya Pada awal awal mathnawi yang panjang ini, berlaku perdebatan antara para unggas dengan burung hudhud yang dianggap paling bijaksana sehingga layak berada di balai kehormatan istana Nabi Sulaiman.Burung hudhud ibarat guru murshid yang cuba mengajak para unggas untuk melakukan perjalanan yang panjang, perit dan pedih tetapi sangat mustahak untuk mengadap serta menyaksikan Simurgh Bagaimanapun, sekalian burung memiliki alasan sendiri mengapa berasa ragu ragu dan berat hati untuk menyahut seruan suci itu.Setiap keluhan dan alasan para unggas yang ragu ragu itu dijawab setiap satu oleh Sang Hudhud dengan kisah para anbiya dan auliya serta fable yg menarik tetapi mendalam, sekaligus menunjukkan kearifannya Selesai soal jawab, maka Sang Hudhud membentangkan pula tujuh lembah yang perlu direntasi mereka tujuh maqamat yang memiliki cabaran yang setiap satu akan mengorbankan banyak diri.Apa yang dikarang oleh Attar memperlihatkan beliau bukanlah penyair biasa atau tidak lebih perakam zaman, sebaliknya beliau sendiri ialah guru murshid yang setiap jawapan diberikan olehnya bukan hanya menewaskan keraguan para unggas, bahkan seolah olah menempelak kita sebagai pembaca.Perjalanan sebenar hanyalah pendek kerana memang dalam tasawuf, manisnya gula tidak mungkin dapat dibicarakan dengan lisan dan rasional, sebaliknya hanya dapat diketahui lewat rasa Bagaimanapun, membaca buku ini adalah ibarat menepuk nepuk kepala kita kerana masih enggan merasai manisnya gula meski sudah membaca sekian banyak kajian mengenai gula Mantiq Al Tayr Maq m t u uy r The Conference of the Birds, Farid ud Din Attar The Conference of the Birds or Speech of the Birds Man iq u ayr, also known as Maq m t u uy r 1177 , is a celebrated literary masterpiece of Persian literature by poet Farid ud Din Attar, commonly known as Attar of Nishapur In the poem, the birds of the world gather to decide who is to be their sovereign, as they have none The hoopoe, the wisest of them all, suggests that they should find the legendary Simorgh The hoopoe leads the birds, each of whom represent a human fault which prevents human kind from attaining enlightenment 1973 1988 1373 11 248 9644451651 1379 1380 1382 1391 9789644451652 12 1376 396 9644171551 1379 1387 Man iq u ayr Maq m t u uy r The Conference of the Birds Speech of the Birds, Farid ud Din AttarThe Conference of the Birds or Speech of the Birds Man iq u ayr, also known as Maq m t u uy r 1177 , is a celebrated literary masterpiece of Persian literature by poet Farid ud Din Attar, commonly known as Attar of Nishapur In the poem, the birds of the world gather to decide who is to be their sovereign, as they have none The hoopoe, the wisest of them all, suggests that they should find the legendary Simorgh The hoopoe leads the birds, each of whom represent a human fault which prevents human kind from attaining enlightenment The hoopoe tells the birds that they have to cross seven valleys in order to reach the abode of Simorgh These valleys are as follows 1 Valley of the Quest, where the Wayfarer begins by casting aside all dogma, belief, and unbelief.2 Valley of Love, where reason is abandoned for the sake of love.3 Valley of Knowledge, where worldly knowledge becomes utterly useless.4 Valley of Detachment, where all desires and attachments to the world are given up Here, what is assumed to be reality vanishes.5 Valley of Unity, where the Wayfarer realizes that everything is connected and that the Beloved is beyond everything, including harmony, multiplicity, and eternity.6 Valley of Wonderment, where, entranced by the beauty of the Beloved, the Wayfarer becomes perplexed and, steeped in awe, finds that he or she has never known or understood anything.7 Valley of Poverty and Annihilation, where the self disappears into the universe and the Wayfarer becomes timeless, existing in both the past and the future 1973 1988 I have been wanting to read The Conference of the Birds for a very long time The peacock in me ordered the Raficq Abdulla interpretation, lured as I was by the illustrations of Persian miniatures from The British Library this is the only, modern illustrated edition , and they do not disappoint This is only a 93 page book It serves as a delightful amuse bouche but leaves one with a hungry appetite forThis can be found in Peter Avery s The Speech of the Birds which the owl in me will be reading next as it is thescholarly translation and will hopefully haveclues What I love, truly, deeply, passionately, emphatically love about Farid ad Din Attar s masterpiece is coming across allegories that bring about enlightenment Ah sublime bliss But as always when you deal with metaphor and rhetorical riddles, you need to come prepared with a heavily built superstructure of previously acquired knowledge beforehand to be able to correctly make your own connections and understandings of this poem You need to have lived Theyou know, theyou will understand, and hence the constant urge to keep reading and learning I think that the birds led by the hoopoe are prefect parables of us as readers who are often unbearably self aware The ishq of Sufism seduces us into squeezing meaning out of every word in this very intimate mystic poem Attar absolutely delights as he takes us on this journey of life love, understanding, detachment, unity, bewilderment, deprivation and death and our own psychological and spiritual journey as we deal with our personal flaws and disappointments Abdalla makes this ancient masterpiece of a poem very accessible to the modern reader Nothing I know,I understand nothing, I am surface deadOnly loves survives, I am traveling unsurely, I goTo the Beloved unknown to this heart waiting to be read.