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Iran's national poet is said to have preferred Shiraz over paradise. These photos might give us an idea why.
In the years before the Syrian civil war started, an American punk rocker set out to record sacred Christian and Sufi chants.
A short meditation on visiting Cordoba's famous mosque-cathedral through the words of Sufism's "great master."
Cats have been a distinct feature of Istanbul since time immemorial. A look into the special relationship the city has with it's four-pawed residents.
An interview with Yoav Peck about a project that aims to build heart-to-heart connections between Israelis and Palestinians.
A portrait of the little-known Pashtun peace leader Abdul Ghaffar Khan who dedicated eighty years of his life to inner transformation, non-violence and social reform.
Iran's vocal maestro Mohammad Reza Shajarian embodied the timeless beauty of Persian music. On the occasion of his death I recalled our two meetings.
Interview: Tarik Quadir on how Islamic teachings can help us realign our relationship with nature and what a Bangladeshi village has to teach about holistic living.
From a night with Bollywood diva Kareena Kapoor to worshipping the eternal blockbuster at a Mumbai film temple.
What if we could connect to one another through our common Essence? This story from a Turkish mosque reminds me of this aspiration.