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4: Nasr: Nasr tells us that “Calligraphy is the basic art of creation of points and lines in an endless variety of forms and rhythms which never cease to bring about recollection of the Primordial Act of the Divine Pen for those who are capable of contemplating in forms the trace of the Formless.” He is inviting us to see calligraphy as an expression of creation, as a sacred act reminiscent of the original and ongoing act of Creation. What does this mean to you? How can you relate to this idea? This short video clip may help:

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