“Ba Ka’ba Raftam” – به كعبه رفتم
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What a beautiful and poetic expression of the author’s desire to be close to their beloved. I was particularly struck by the line “all I saw was your face” when looking upon the Ka’ba. It made me wonder, how has the author’s relationship with their beloved influenced their experiences with religion and pilgrimage?
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Thank you for the comment. In a nutshell, love is the final destination of the journey and pilgrimage. Everything else amounts to a hassle and a struggle to get there.