New York Times, 25 October 2019
“The heart is like a mirror,” Mr. Wujodi said. “If it is cleansed of the dust and fog, whichever way or object you aim it at the reflection of it would be reflected in the mirror.”
A lovely reportage by Mujib Mashal about Haidari Wujodi, a Sufi poet-librarian, who has been keeping alive Rumi’s poetry and philosophy in a corner of Kabul’s Public Library for more than 50 years now.
This article was last updated on 9 Mar 2020