I felt honored to be allowed to witness what is a spiritual practice for the Sunni Muslims who pursue this form of worship and devotion. It was especially moving having been to the mausoleum of Mevlana (I've known of him as the poet Rumi) in Konya and learned more about the dervish community and their practices.
For those who would just watch it and see men turning in circles without appreciating the bigger picture of what they are truly doing, their philosophy, and their history, this probably isn't for you.
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