Hazrat Inayat Khan — Clergyman born on July 05, 1882, died on February 05, 1927

Inayat Khan was the founder of The Sufi Order in the West in 1914 and teacher of Universal Sufism. He initially came to the West as a Northern Indian classical musician, having received the honorific "Tansen" from the Nizam of Hyderabad, but he soon turned to the introduction and transmission of Sufi thought and practice. Later, in 1923, the Sufi Order of the London period was dissolved into a new organization, formed under Swiss law, called the "International Sufi Movement". His message of divine unity focused on the themes of love, harmony and beauty. He taught that blind adherence to any book rendered religion void of spirit. Branches of Inayat Khan's movement can be found in the Netherlands, France, England, Germany, the United States, Canada, Russia and Australia... (wikipedia)

A person however learned and qualified in his life's work in whom gratitude is absent, is devoid of that beauty of character which makes personality fragrant.
Everything in life is speaking in spite of it's apparent silence.
The words that enlighten the soul are more precious than jewels.
I have seen all souls as my soul, and realized my soul as the soul of all.