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Pete Townshend believes he was a Sufi poet in previous birth! [US]:
'The Who' guitarist Pete Townshend is convinced that he was a Sufi poet in his last life, especially after he "found himself" through the course of a "Muslim mission". [...]

"I was attracted to his interest of the Persian poets, so I went off to Islam and read a lot of Sufi writing and became utterly convinced in some previous life I'd been a Sufi. It explained why I do all that turning, which is done in Islamic prayer, on stage, and the windmill thing with my arm," Townshend said.
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At 6:55 PM, Blogger Ryan Morman replied:

Where did you get this post? I'm quiet interested and haven't heard anything about it, but it may not surprise me.    



At 9:05 PM, Blogger eeksypeeksy replied:

It was in the Indian news. Just follow the link on the post title.

> but it may not surprise me.

You're not sure whether something surprises you?    



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