APY265 Peoples of SEA Final Sp 11

APY265 Peoples of SEA Final Sp 11 - person Love What...

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PEOPLES OF SOUTHEAST ASIA: Islamic Spirituality in the Region Final Project Anth. 265 Sp 2011 Profs. Banks   and Kumek Consider the following in an essay of five pages or less. Give the lines in Rumi that you are using.  Give  page notes from other books that you have consulted. A. Take any two of these Rumi stories: The Bald Parrot and the Monk  19-23 How the Hare Killed the Lion that had been tormenting all the other Animals  57-86 The Escape of the Merchant’s Parrot  96-119 The Poor Bedouin and his Wife   139-180 The Lion, the Wolf and the Fox  183-191  And: Tell the character with whom you identify. What or who do you think the characters represent (for ex. Satan, God, an average person, a God-like 
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Unformatted text preview: person, Love)? What lessons do you draw from the story?. Why did Sufis write stories and poems? B. Consider the relationship of Sufism to the basics of Islam. Are these polarities relevant in our lives? How could one use them? Pick two and explain. Fear (Khawf) versus Hope (Raja) Ibada (Ritual Worship) and Inner Worship (Taqwa, Ihsan, Tawakkul) Ibada and Dzikir Normal life and the path of the Sufi Annotate these answers from Al Jilani’s work and the Gulen materials sent to you. C. 2 How do SEA’s peoples make use of Sufism? Why is not Sufism more central in Frisk’s book?...
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