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When You Hear Hoofbeats Think of a Zebra: Talks on Sufism Paperback – February, 1987
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This subtitle of this book is "Talks on Sufism." Sufism is the Islamic "code of conduct" and this book addresses the issue of how we should live every day of our life with mindfullness of Allah, rather than just go through each day mindlessly, like an automaton.
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The book is written in the typical 'teaching form' of Sufi text including Sufi sage wisdom regarding good conduct in daily life, amongst 'fellow dervishes' and towards a 'Sheikh' The book is intended to make the reader reconsider how he/she sees the world and themselves and reflect upon what is beyond the mundane in life.
It is a fascinating book that is worth tracking down even for the curious non-Muslim wishing to know a little more about the spiritual side of the Muslim faith.