Feb 7, 2020
As a young girl, Safira always had a feeling there had to be more to God than what she learned as a Presbyterian. Since being invited to a Sufi dance in her early 20s, Sufism has become her spiritual home for the past 30 years. Her mother-in-law disapproves, but they continue to have courageous conversations about their religious differences. We talk about whirling dervishes, zikr, prayer, and how it all boils down to love.
“Sufism is eat, dance, pray instead of eat, pray, love.” ~Safira