The Teaching of Hazrat Inayat Khan

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A great thinker of Persia, Saadi, writes in an account of his life, "Once I had no shoes. I had to walk barefoot in the hot sand, and I thought how very miserable I was. Then I met a man who was lame, for whom walking was very difficult. I bowed down at once to heaven and offered thanks that I was much better off than he who had not even feet to walk upon."