Wednesday, 31 January 2018
Abu Bakr al-Bassari, or Mohammed bin Sirin, known as Ibn Sirin, was one of the pioneers of the science of the interpretation of dreams in Islam, combining his linguistic knowledge, wisdom and insight which enabled him to become a leader in this "art" form, similar to Prophet Yusuf in his time. Ibn Sirin was born in Basra in 33 AH (653 AD) and died in 110 AH (729 AD), where he lived for 76 to 77 years. He was known for his friendship with the mystic hermit Hassan al-Basri (110-110 AH) ...
Thursday, 22 December 2016
Inside me, I carry the hustle of celebrating the mid years of the escaping age
Sunday, 21 August 2016
If you are Greek, there are specific dreams that you are not allowed to have in the opinion of every classic Greek grandma