Sun Tzu (which means Master Sun) and Maulana Rumi were two of the most influential thinkers in our planet’s recent history.

Sun Tzu was a Chinese military general strategist who lived in the 6th century BC. His book, the Art of War, is one of the most studied and influential military treatises in the world.

Rumi was an Islamic scholar, poet and mystic who lived in the 13th century AD. His poems, which are known for their beauty, wisdom, and spiritual depth, have been translated into dozens of languages and are read by people all over the world.

My book explores some of the similarities and differences between the teachings of Sun Tzu and Rumi through the Art of War. It shows how both men were concerned with the nature of conflict and how to achieve victory. However, they approached these issues from very different perspectives.

Sun Tzu was a realist who believed that war was a necessary evil that should be used only as a last resort. Rumi, on the other hand, was a pacifist who believed that conflict could be resolved through love and understanding.

This book is a valuable resource for anyone interested in the history of military strategy, the philosophy of war, or the spiritual teachings of Rumi. It provides a unique perspective on two of the most important thinkers in history.

I hope you enjoy reading this book as much as I enjoyed writing it.

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