The Chasm of Fire: A Woman's Experience of Liberation Through the Teachings of a Sufi Master
Much is heard of the voice of 'women's liberation' and debate ensues concerning women's rights in modern society. Undoubtedly, where there is suppression and limitation of natural abilities, there is a case for the reformation of law and attitude. But whether this will result in the exchange of one set of frustrations for another remains to be seen.
Is the disposition and the assumed right to do as you please synonymous with real freedom? Irina Tweedie would certainly replay that it is not - rather it is a mental state, independent of worldly circumstance, which has to be earned through spiritually-guided self-discipline.
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