Who is Saadi ShiraziSaadi Shīrāzī (Persian: ابومحمّد مصلحالدین بن عبدالله شیرازی), better known by his pen name Saadi (; Persian: سعدی, romanized: Saʿdī, IPA: [sæʔˈdiː]), also known as Sadi of Shiraz (سعدی شیرازی, Saʿdī Shīrāzī; born 1210; died 1291 or 1292), was a Persian poet and prose writer of the medieval period. He is recognized for the quality of his writings and for the depth of his social and moral thoughts.
Saadi is widely recognized as one of the greatest poets of the classical literary tradition, earning him the nickname "The Master of Speech" or "The Wordsmith" (استاد سخن ostâd-e soxan) or simply "Master" (استاد ostâd) among Persian scholars. He has been quoted in the Western traditions as well. Bustan has be...
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Saadi Shirazi Poems
- Ch 02 The Morals Of Dervishes Story 21
Loqman, being asked from whom he had learnt civility, replied: â??From those who had no civility because what appeared to me unbecoming in them I refrained from doing.â??
Not a word is said even in sport
Without an intelligent man taking advice thereby. ...
- Ch 08 On Rules For Conduct In Life - Maxim 27
If every night were to be the night of Qadr, the night of Qadr would be without Qadr.
If all stones were rubies of Badakhshan,
The price of rubies and of stones would be the same....
- Ch 08 On Rules For Conduct In Life - Maxim 19
Life is in the keeping of a single breath and the world is an existence between two annihilations. Those who sell the religion for the world â??are assesâ??, they sell Joseph but what do â??they buyâ??? Did I not command you, O sons of Adam, that ye should not worship Satan?
On the word of a foe thou hast broken faith with a friend.
See from whom thou hast cut thyself off and to whom united....
- Ch 08 On Rules For Conduct In Life - Maxim 75
The gambler requires three sixes and only three aces turn up.
The pasture is a thousand times more pleasant than the racecourse
But the steed has not the bridle at its option....
- Ch 08 On Rules For Conduct In Life - Maxim 51
A man without virility is a woman and an avaricious devote is a highway robber.
O thou, who hast put on a white robe for a show,
To be approved of men, whilst the book of thy acts is black. ...
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Comments about Saadi ShiraziSomalidocproj: “a man who is not told about his fault thinks his fault is a skill.” | © saadi shīrāzī
Majiddan: bi-jahaan khoram az aanam che jahaan khor am az-oost saadi shirazi + ustad majid derakhshani = ❤️ if one doesn’t get transported to another world via that santur and kamancheh after the first two lines from 1:08-1:24, s/he has a pitiable taste in music
I_sundog: a lift fr ho by persian poet saadi shirazi, private greeting on the occasion of persian noruz. luvly
Mairhart: all people are to each other limbs of one body, each of us drawn from god’s perfect pearl; and when this life we share wounds one of us, all share the hurt as if it were our own. you, who will not feel another’s pain, forfeit being human. -- saadi shirazi
__endog: ^^ since yesterday has gone and to-morrow has not come, take account of this one moment that now is. in this garden of the world there is not a cypress that has grown which the wind of death has not uprooted. saadi shirazi ^^
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