Masjid-i-Qartaba (Mosque of Cordoba)
“My visit to the Mosque has risen to such a height of feeling as I had never reached before”
The philosopher, Indian writer and politician Muhammad Iqbal (see bio here), visit the Mosque of Cordoba 1933. Such impact that creates, writing a long poem about his feelings during the visit to the temple. The video, somewhat leaden, have interesting pictures where the author is praying on a mat in front of the Mihrab, a document certainly interesting in these times of intolerance. The information in the video you can read the full poem (English) that speaks of life and death, Circle of days and of the eternal beauty and love, as the only rival to death urgent things.