About Dave


I love people hands down. Everyone has a story to tell and I would like to hear them all. I really feel if you cannot connect with you fellow man than you are not worth your salt. It is with great humility that I approach each and every person. I feel that nothing is random and that each of our lives is wonderful evolving story. Each of us or rather each of our stories are part of a wonderful tapestry of creation.

I am very simple person. I love helping others and service is what makes me happy. I would say that going out of my way to see people happy is a great fault a well as maybe hopefully a future means of attainment. So I blog to get my ideas out of my head, and also to share my journey with whoever reads this as a dervish.  Living in one of the busiest cities on earth, one can still be lonely. So indulge me leave a message.

-Dave

47 responses to “About Dave

  1. Dave,
    Great blog. You always have something original to say about any topic.
    Lots of blessings on your inner journey.

    Farnoush

  2. a’asalam aleykum Dave.
    I like to hear/read people’s stories too. There’s something so rewarding from being the cause of a smile on a person’s face. Especially if they’d been sad or withdrawn before. If I make one person smile each day it makes me happy. Everything else is gravy.

    Allah sent me on my path and I just follow his lead. InshaAllah I’m getting the signals right. Although I’ve gone against the red light a few times.

    Nice to meet you. Found you through Condron.us this morning but also have seen you on AlphaInventions.

    Dee
    http://iadiedee.wordpress.com

    • I find your site so beautiful. Yours is a beautiful family! I pray that good times visit you more often :-) . Feel free to make yourself at home here

  3. I live far away, on the end of the world and even I am constantly surrounded by wolfs I never lost my hope….

    I believe that some words touch our souls and now through reading yours I feel that you open my mind and take out the hidden inside feelings.
    Thank you for the way you gave me tranquility and consolation.

    I will join your caravan of dream…. and will follow it… hope you don’t mind…

    “…And the lily, how passionately
    It needs some wild darling!…”

    breath into me…

    thank you
    Atiya

  4. I find your website to be the most interesting and relaxing sites i’ve had the please of stepping into. I am borrowing your quote of “the dog may bark, but the caravan moves on.” It fit my day rather well… Thanks, I will be a frequent visitor.

  5. Dave… I have been reading your writings on your blog http://caravanofdreams.wordpress.com
    and in coming times I would be posting my comments on related topics! It is great that you are doing selfless service that definitely gives meaning to life… our inner quest!

    I welcome you to my websites on the net that deal with every topic related to spirituality, religion, Hinduism… even big bang-

    http://www.godrealized.com
    http://www.godrealized.org

  6. Thank you, Dave, for practicing this generosity and this service. Your posts have helped my Remembrance. Ya Haqq!

    • Geoffrey,

      It is a pleasure to have you here. Concerning generosity and service all I can say is Alhamdilulah. Geoffrey, have you heard the story of Nasruh in the Masnavi ?

      Dave

  7. Hi Dave…. I second all these people above (pun intended!)…..really nice i stumbled upon this blog. Blessed be!

  8. PDRTJS_settings_1531382_page_2 = { “id” : “1531382”, “unique_id” : “wp-page-2″, “title” : “About+Dave”, “item_id” : “_page_2″, “permalink” : “http%3A%2F%2Fcaravanofdreams.wordpress.com%2Fabout%2F” }I love people hands down. Everyone has a story to tell and I would like to hear them all. I really feel if you cannot connect with you fellow man than you are not worth your salt. It is with great humility that I approach each and every person. I feel that nothing is random and that each of our lives is wonderful evolving story. Each of us or rather each of our stories are part of a wonderful tapestry of creation. Though a scientist by day I am writer ( I can hear the snickering and sneers) by night or whenever I find myself hit with inspiration. I am also a Nimatullahi Darvish.
    +1

    • Chaiwala,

      It is I who should thank You for reading my blog :-) I look forward to seeing you more around these parts.

      Dave

    • Rajan,

      Welcome I really appreciate your comment!!!! I look forward to seeing you around these parts.

      Best wishes
      Dave

  9. I came across your website via article from
    llewellyn van lee.
    lovely website.
    thank you
    keep up, there are friends around you
    love gisela

  10. lovely lovely lovely.
    you write about everything i love too.
    I was just looking for a pic of joan of arc and stumbled across your blog.
    reading it was a sweet and synchronistic diversion in my day.
    feel like i just met a kindred spirit.
    hello dave. nice to meet you. think i’ll follow your blog.
    blessings.

  11. Hi Dave

    i really like the generosity and spirit of tea in the khanegah. I brought this to my work, and maintain a tea cart everyone in the office can use. Other staff invite the people they are working with to have tea. I love seeing this ripple out into the world.

    Renee

  12. Hello Dave,

    I stumbled onto your blog by accident, or so the mind says. I just browsed quickly and read only few posts but it looks wonderful so far! My best wishes to you on your journey, I’ll be adding your blog to my blogroll, if you don’t mind.

    Peace and Love.

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  14. From A Shropshire Lad, by A. E. Houseman

    From far, from eve and morning
    And yon twelve-winded sky,
    The stuff of life to knit me
    Blew hither: here am I.

    Now—for a breath I tarry
    Nor yet disperse apart—
    Take my hand quick and tell me,
    What have you in your heart.

    Speak now, and I will answer;
    How shall I help you, say;
    Ere to the wind’s twelve quarters
    I take my endless way.

  15. Dave, thank you for your beautiful postings!
    Here’s the spiritual song-prayer that led me to your cyber sanctuary… Enjoy, and may the blessings be!

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