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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
rakehell (RAYK-hel) noun
A licentious or immoral person.
[By folk etymology from Middle English rakel, rash, hasty.]
"The instrument had previously been owned - witness the title
'ex. Paganini' - by that notorious rakehell and virtuoso, who sold
it to Vuillaume."
In truth everything and everyone / Is a shadow of the Beloved, / And our seeking is His seeking / And our words are His words... / We search for Him here and there, / while looking right at Him. / Sitting by His side, we ask: / "O Beloved, where is the Beloved?" -Rumi, poet and mystic (1207-1273)