Retrieved from the book Dreams and Interpretations
From Yaqub Qamari Sharifabadi (The divine mystic author artist and spiritual mentor)
I was about 72 when I saw one of the nights of 2011 at dawn, in a place toward Qiblah, standing under the moonlight and a tough piece of honey like a coconut in my hands, and I was very amazed to see it. Whenever I pressed that piece of honey with my #hands, diluted honey syrup came out from its cavities. At this time, it felt strange and I knew for sure that this tough #honey was me. As I looked at it in a strange way, I returned to my normal state.
This spiritual observation reminded me of a poem by a great mystic, #Molana Jalaleddin, who likened the divine parents to the pure #milk that human beings drink and benefit, but there are also those who have animal #faces inside and they compare themselves with the pure and glorious existence of divine parents:
(Poem from Molana, #famous Iranian mystic)
Don't attribute the work of pure humans to yourself
Although Shir (milk) and Shir (lion) is the same in writing
one is the milk that humans eat
Another is the lion that eats humans
One is Shir (the milk) in Badieh (the dish)
Another is Shir (the lion) in Badieh (the desert)
Therefore, if the righteous seeker in the presence of a perfect human can attain his #human status and perfection through #love, belief, and spiritual pursuit, his holy existence will become a heaven and a pleasing and genuine health food for all people in need. As sheikh Baha'i pointed out in his #book: #Romoozat e Esm e Azam (The Secrets of the Great Name) in the language of #poetry, he reached at the age of 71 to Esm e Azam (Great Name which refer to God).And this is how one can be a manifestation of heaven that #God has promised to the righteous in #Holy #Quran in Surah #Muhammad (SA), in which there are streams of #clear #water, pure milk, wine and honey.