11th English Book III (Love An Essence of All Religions)

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    • ##fa fa-bookmark##  Poem 18: Love An Essence of All Religions
      • This chapter is from the 11th class English book 3 and it has been written by Jalaludin Rumi. we have presented the important questions and main idea of this chapter for the intermediate (first year) fsc fa ics i.com first year students.
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      • The theme of the poem 'Love-An Essence Of All Religion' is love. The poet is of the view that love is the real spirit of all religions. Love changes thorns into roses, and it changes vinegar into drink. It is love that changes punishment into reward. It changes bad days into good days. Through love burning fire becomes joyful light, sickness becomes health and proud king becomes as humble

Why does the poet put emphasis on love?

The poet believes that love is sublime. It can change things for better, it is the essence of life. Therefore, he puts a great emphasis on love.

What is the effect of love?

Love changes thorns into roses, and it changes vinegar into a drink. Love changes punishment into reward. Through love burning fire becomes joyful light, sickness becomes health and a proud king becomes as humble as a slave.

Is life worth living without love?

Without love life is dry and boring. Base passions such as jealousy and hate make life miserable. Love brings harmony and joy in life.

What is the significance of thorns becoming roses?

This suggests that love is a great force of life. Thorns are symbol of pain and roses are symbol of delight. In a miraculous way love can change pain into delight. For instance it is painful to remember a departed friend, still we love to remember him.

What is the significance of vinegar becoming sweet wine?

This suggests that love has a purifying effect. Vinegar is the raw stuff. Through processing it become wine. Likewise love purifies the base passionS.

What is the significance of stake becoming a throne?

This suggests that love makes people brave. Inspired with sublime mission, the faithful fight against heavy odds and become victorious. Thus, the stake becomes a throne.

What is the significance of bủrning fire becoming pleasing light?

This suggests that love has a moderating effect. It can change burning fire of passion into gentle and everlasting feelings.

What is the significance of stone becoming soft?

This suggests that love has a softening effect. It can soften stone-hearted people and make them gentle and caring.

What is the significance of lions becoming harmless?

This suggests that love has a taming effect. It can tame the lions, the brave ones, and make them behave.

How does grief become joy?

Sometime grief can change into joy. In tragic moments one is naturally grieved. With the passage of time, however, these tragic moments may pass into sweet memories.

How does sickness become health?

This suggests that love has a healing effect. Men suffer from physical, mental and spiritual diseases. Love injects strength in the victims and thus they regain health fighting against the base passions.

What is the significance of wrath changing into mercy?

This suggests that love brings change of heart. One may hate someone for years, but suddenly love enters his soul and he feels happy to forgive the other fellow.

What is the significance of dead rising to life?

This suggests that love has an inspiring effect. Love makes people hopeful by infusing life into dead Souls.

What is the significance of the king becoming a slave?

This suggests that love has a civilising effect. It can change the mindset of a proud king and make him as humble as a slave.


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