Yunus Emre and Human
Yunus Emre is above all a person of heart. He is a lover of love. All he wants is everything that depends on love. It gives importance to the human heart first. He considers it a great sin to break the heart.
As mentioned above, Yunus Emre's general philosophy is about human and love, especially divine love. Nowadays, everybody becomes an apostle of democracy. They are called freedoms, they are called fundamental rights and law. Yunus Emre took care of this centuries ago.
Because, by saying "The created 'love is because of the creator," he says to all humanity that we must love all creatures, all things, in short everything that is created. People's identities and nationalities are not important, even their religion is not important to Yunus Emre. The important thing is that it was created and that there was a creator, that is, it was created by Almighty Allah. Human was created with dignity.
No matter how bad man is, no matter how much we do not want, let's create for your sake! ' We have to love for sake, and we must be loved for being a creature. In any case, Yunus Emre again explains what the purpose of the human being in the world should be by saying "Let's love and be loved, this world cannot be left to anyone".
Loving is the greatest blessing given to us by Almighty Allah. He says that he must not only love Allah Almighty, but also fall in love with him7. Already the main theme in his poems is in this direction. He also says that a person without love will be no different from wood. "For those who love truth, one word and the other are brothers and sisters" ... Because a person who knows himself knows his Lord. Can he know his Lord, who cannot recognize himself? Is it possible for those who are unaware and unaware of how and why they were created, to do their sacred duty properly? The purpose of reading is to know and recognize the right. This is why Yunus says in another couplet; "It is Yunus Emre, if there is a teacher, there is a thousand pilgrimages / to enter a glorious heart of all". So, one of the most important issues is a matter of heart. In fact, "Dürş eat the cauldron, a heart will win over / A heartfelt visit more than a hundred? ' The whole issue is knotted in the 'heart'. In human affairs, "heart" is essential, and "heart" is essential in reaching the Lord.
Yunus is a human being at the command, a person who knows how to be a servant to God. This person has a sparkling heart and a love that burns in his heart. Therefore, Yunus Emre sees "love" as the greatest virtue in the human heart. No loveless knowledge, no good servant; nor is he viewed with tolerance.
Another important feature that makes Yunus Emre stand out is that he personally applies the subjects and suggestions he deals with in his poems in his own life. Saying "love is born when religion is complete," suggests to adopt Islam's values of patience, conviction, tolerance, generosity, goodness and virtue.
From the Book of Human and Morals