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  • Hardcover
  • 148 pages
  • Bridge to the Soul: Journeys Into the Music and Silence of the Heart
  • Rumi
  • English
  • 07 September 2018
  • 0061338168

10 thoughts on “Bridge to the Soul: Journeys Into the Music and Silence of the Heart

  1. Mutasim Billah Mutasim Billah says:

    Be clear like a mirror reflecting nothing Be clean of pictures and the worry that comes with images Gaze into what is not ashamed or afraid of any truth Contain all human faces in your own without any judgment of them Be pure emptiness What is inside that you ask Silence is all I can say Lovers have some secrets that they keep Jal l ad D n Muhammad R m 30 September 1207 17 December 1273At the proposal of the Permanent Delegations of Afghanistan, Be clear like a mirror reflecting nothing Be clean of pictures and the worry that comes with images Gaze into what is not ashamed or afraid of any truth Contain all human faces in your own without any judgment of them Be pure emptiness What is inside that you ask Silence is all I can say Lovers have some secrets that they keep Jal l ad D n Muhammad R m 30 September 1207 17 December 1273At the proposal of the Permanent Delegations of Afghanistan, Iran, and Turkey, and as approved by its Executive Board and General Conference in conformity with its mission of constructing in the minds of men the defences of peace , UNESCO was associated with the celebration, in 2007, of the eight hundredth anniversary of Rumi s birth The commemoration at UNESCO itself took place on 6 September 2007 UNESCO issued a medal in Rumi s name in the hope that it would prove an encouragement to those who are engaged in research on and dissemination of Rumi s ideas and ideals, which would, in turn, enhance the diffusion of the ideals of UNESCO.To commemorate the occasion, HarperCollins released Bridge to the Soul, a compilation of Rumi s poetry by Coleman Barks, a lifelong interpreter and champion of Rumi s works The compilation consists of 90 of Rumi s poems The bridge in the title is a reference to the Khajou Bridge in Isphahan, Iran, which Barks visited with Robert Bly in May of 2006 a trip that in many ways prompted this book The soul bridge also suggests Rumi himself, who crosses cultures and religions and brings us all together to listen to his words, regardless of origin or creed Khajou Bridge Mevlana Museum, the shrine of Rumi


  2. Julie Julie says:

    A former spiritual teacher of mine contacted me earlier this spring, to ask if I wanted to join her 9 week Rumi and Mystical Poetry intensive, using Coleman Barks Bridge to the Soul as a guide.I bought the precious little hardcover that fits so perfectly in the human hand and thought how can I commit to a 9 week class I m a mother of three and, while one IS fully formed, the other two are like those little creatures from Dr Seuss s Hop on Pop Remember Day, Play We play all day A former spiritual teacher of mine contacted me earlier this spring, to ask if I wanted to join her 9 week Rumi and Mystical Poetry intensive, using Coleman Barks Bridge to the Soul as a guide.I bought the precious little hardcover that fits so perfectly in the human hand and thought how can I commit to a 9 week class I m a mother of three and, while one IS fully formed, the other two are like those little creatures from Dr Seuss s Hop on Pop Remember Day, Play We play all day Night, Fight We fight all night Anyway, I m tired, I m busy, and I thought I couldn t make time for Rumi But what a mistake, to think I couldn t make time for Rumi.People, we all need to make time for Rumi So, I begged the family, made it happen, and sometimes, on the day of the class, I had to prepare the entire day to make the 2 hour evening class work But it worked We started with Coleman Barks Introduction, where he quotes Nietzsche, What is great in man is that he is a bridge, and not a goal And adds, A human being is a going across A human being is a going across Oh, dear God, can you dream up a sentencedelicious And then we jumped in to Rumi And what can I do here but tell you that as we finished the class each evening and I walked out to my car with a full panoramic view of the Rocky Mountains in the background, I felt as happy as a young bride I smiled the entire drive home, feeling that Everything around me was One That, if I worked at it, I could find my way to love all of Humanity That, though I sometimes feel I am one hot mess, my soul is perfect.By morning, it was harder to hold on to the spell that Rumi cast, but when I felt my grasp slipping, I would open the book again, hungry forof that experience of One It is obviously a work in progress, a lifetime commitment, but this journey begins with the simple act of reading one of Rumi s poems.I could not begin to include my favorite passages in this review Honestly, I would just be re writing the entire book But I would like to finish here with Rumi s words, rather than mine We tremble like leaves about to let go.There is no avoiding pain,or feeling exiled, or the taste of dust.But also we have a green winged longingfor the sweetness of the friend 32 Root like a lotus, plunging deep in the mud,that does not mind a death wind in its leaves.Wait, for I am waiting, too 109


  3. Kimber Kimber says:

    Gold.


  4. Stephanie Kapllani Stephanie Kapllani says:

    Although it was hard for me to understand what he is saying in a lot of his poems, they are really beautiful I really like this one called Secret Places Lovers find secret placesinside this violent worldwhere they make transactions with beauty.Reason says, Nonsense.I have walked and measured the walls here There are no places like that.Love says, There are.Reason sets up a marketand begins doing business.Love hashidden work.Hallaj steps away from the pulpitand climbs the stairs of the Although it was hard for me to understand what he is saying in a lot of his poems, they are really beautiful I really like this one called Secret Places Lovers find secret placesinside this violent worldwhere they make transactions with beauty.Reason says, Nonsense.I have walked and measured the walls here There are no places like that.Love says, There are.Reason sets up a marketand begins doing business.Love hashidden work.Hallaj steps away from the pulpitand climbs the stairs of the gallows.Lovers feel a truth inside themselvesthat rational people keep denying.It is reasonable to say, Surrenderis just an idea that keeps peoplefrom leading their lives.Love responds, No This thinking is what is dangerous.Using language obscureswhat Shams come to give.Every day the sun risesout of low word cloudsinto burning silence


  5. Sandra Miksa Sandra Miksa says:

    I like how the translator touched upon bridges to demonstrate Rumi s poetry as a bridge to the soul A bridge filled with echoes of silence and well being To let in the Shams As for the Ruminator poems themselves, there has been something lost in translation is my belief Irregardless, I enjoyed most of the poems but only a select few touched me One of my favorite lines is We must die to become true human beings.


  6. Skylar Burris Skylar Burris says:

    The Essential Rumi and The Soul of Rumi are both better collections of poems than this one here we seem to be getting to the dregs of Rumi, yet even Rumi s dregs are superior to the cream of many poets There were several poems in this collection that moved me deeply, and some that had no effect at all Though not the best selection of Rumi s verses, this book is still well worth reading In the introduction, Coleman Barks tells of how members of diverse religions Hindus, Christians, Musli The Essential Rumi and The Soul of Rumi are both better collections of poems than this one here we seem to be getting to the dregs of Rumi, yet even Rumi s dregs are superior to the cream of many poets There were several poems in this collection that moved me deeply, and some that had no effect at all Though not the best selection of Rumi s verses, this book is still well worth reading In the introduction, Coleman Barks tells of how members of diverse religions Hindus, Christians, Muslims, and Jews attended Rumi s funeral When asked why, they said, He strengthens us where we are That is how I feel about Rumi s poetry though not a Christian himself, he strengthens me AS a Christian his poetry often speaks to me in a spiritual way and moves me in a way I am rarely moved While I like Coleman Barks translations of Rumi, and I am glad he has dug up somepoems to offer us, I could have done without his introduction to this volume First he went on in too much detail about a particular bridge, and then he went off onto a political schpiel that involved comparing Iran s government to that of the United States yes, true, Iran is oppressive, but, hey, look at us Then he did some self congratulatory backslapping for the one Bush bash he couldn t resist making publicly in Iran While I am certainly no political fan of Bush, I could do without all the self righteous academics and celebrities focusing with single vision on the flaws in their own country while yucking it up with the tyrants of other countries There s no need to feel self satisfied about a Bush slap while visiting a nation whose regime feeds the people a steady diet of anti Americanism Hey, here s some interesting facts Americans may not know about Iran, courtesy of Coleman Barks Tehran has no ghettos what a pleasant, poverty free land , wonderfully cheap gas, and people who never act like they hate Americans even though they really, truly should The introduction aside, I, of course, enjoyed Rumi s poems


  7. metaphor metaphor says:

    Lovers find secret placesinside this violent worldwhere they make transactionswith beauty.Reason says, Nonsense.I have walked and measured the walls here.There are no places like that.Love says, There are.


  8. Keith Keith says:

    Essentially magicalA series of 90 poems, translated from Persian, by an obvious free thinker Interesting that there are no religious barriers within the poems no indication of one religion being superior to another, bearing in mind the poems are over 800 years old What a shame that this ideal no longer seems to exist in our so called advanced world In modern parlance, Rumi s philosophy is live and let live.There are many poems that resonate with me, but this is my favourite No Expectatio Essentially magicalA series of 90 poems, translated from Persian, by an obvious free thinker Interesting that there are no religious barriers within the poems no indication of one religion being superior to another, bearing in mind the poems are over 800 years old What a shame that this ideal no longer seems to exist in our so called advanced world In modern parlance, Rumi s philosophy is live and let live.There are many poems that resonate with me, but this is my favourite No Expectations A spirit that lives in this world and does not wear the shirt of love, such an existence is a deep disgrace Be foolishly in love, because love is all there is There is no way into presence except through a love exchange If someone asks, But what is love Answer dissolving the will True freedom comes to those who have escaped the questions of freewill and fate Love is an emperor The two worlds play across him He barely notices their tumbling game Love and lover live in eternity Other desires are substitutes for that way of being How long do you lay embracing a corpse Love rather the soul, which cannot be held Anything born in spring dies in the fall, but love is not seasonal With wine pressed from grapes, expect a hangover But this love path has no expectations You are uneasy riding the body Dismount Travel lighter Wings will be given Be clear like a mirror reflecting nothing Be clean of pictures and the worry that comes with images Gaze into what is not ashamed or afraid of any truth Contain all human faces in your own without any judgment of them Be pure emptiness What is inside that You ask Silence is all I can say Lovers have some secrets that they keep Rumi Bridge to the Soul


  9. Mark Mark says:

    I was listening to a podcast on Speaking of Faith, an interview with a woman expert on Rumi, I was listening to her read one of the poems on birds while birds were flying over the James River, one of those you had to be there moments , went right out when I got home to get the book she recommended I m reading a poem each day and I m still trying to get into it, we ll see.


  10. Sue Sue says:

    Beautiful poetry, some of it is very hard to interpret, even though the translation is good It s just so hard for me to believe Rumi s love for Shams wasn t physical instead of religious But that aside, the poems work either way I always have to take my time when reading Rumi His poems are to be savored This new collection for his 800th anniversary is a jewel.


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Bridge to the Soul: Journeys Into the Music and Silence of the Heart❰Epub❯ ❥ Bridge to the Soul: Journeys Into the Music and Silence of the Heart Author Rumi – Polishdarling.co.uk is the Year of Rumi, and who better than Coleman Barks, Rumi s unlikely, supremely passionate ambassador, to mark the milestone of this great poet s th birthday Barks, who was recently awarded an hon is the Year of the Soul: MOBI î Rumi, and who better than Coleman Barks, Rumi s unlikely, supremely passionate ambassador, to mark the milestone of this great poet s th birthday Barks, who was recently awarded an honorary doctorate in Persian language and literature by the University of Tehran for his thirty years of translating Rumi, has collected and translated ninety new poems, most of them never published before in any form The result is this beautiful edition titled Rumi Bridge to the Soul The bridge in the title is a reference to the Khajou Bridge to Kindle - Bridge in Isphahan, Iran, which Barks visited with Robert Bly in May ofa trip that in many ways prompted this book The soul bridge also suggests Rumi himself, who crosses cultures and religions and brings us all together to listen to his words, regardless of origin or creed Open this book and let Rumi s poetry carry you into the interior silence and joy of the spirit, the place that unites conscious knowing with a deeper, soulful understanding.


About the Author: Rumi

Jal l ad D the Soul: MOBI î n Muhammad R m also known as Jal l ad D n Muhammad Balkh , Mevl n Mawl n , our master , Mevlev Mawlaw , my master andpopularly simply as Rumi was a th century Persian poet, jurist, Islamic scholar, theologian and Sufi mystic who lived in Konya, a city of Ottoman Empire Today s Turkey His poems have been widely translated into many of the world s languages, and he has been described as the most popular poet and the best selling poet in the United Bridge to Kindle - StatesHis poetry has influenced Persian literature, but also Turkish, Ottoman Turkish, Azerbaijani, Punjabi, Hindi, and Urdu, as well as the literature of some other Turkic, Iranian, and Indo Aryan languages including Chagatai, Pashto, and BengaliDue to quarrels between different dynasties in Khor n, opposition to the Khwarizmid Shahs who were considered devious by his father, Bah ud D n W lad or fear of the impending Mongol cataclysm, his father decided to migrate westwards, eventually settling in the Anatolian city Konya, where he lived most of his life, composed one of the crowning to the Soul: eBook ✓ glories of Persian literature, and profoundly affected the culture of the areaWhen his father died, Rumi, aged , inherited his position as the head of an Islamic school One of Baha ud Din s students, Sayyed Burhan ud Din Muhaqqiq Termazi, continued to train Rumi in the Shariah as well as the Tariqa, especially that of Rumi s father For nine years, Rumi practised Sufism as a disciple of Burhan ud Din until the latter died in or Rumi s public life then began he became an Islamic Jurist, issuing fatwas and giving sermons in the mosques of Konya He also served as a Molvi Islamic teacher and taught his adherents in the madrassa During this period, Rumi also travelled to Damascus and is said to have spent four years thereIt was his meeting with the dervish Shams e Tabrizi on November that completely changed his life From an accomplished teacher and jurist, Rumi was transformed into an asceticOn the night of December , as Rumi and Shams were talking, Shams was called to the back door He went out, never to be seen again Rumi s love for, and his bereavement at the death of, Shams found their expression in an outpouring of lyric poems, Divan e Shams e Tabrizi He himself went out searching for Shams and journeyed again to DamascusRumi found another companion in Sala ud Din e Zarkub, a goldsmith After Salah ud Din s death, Rumi s scribe and favourite student, Hussam e Chalabi, assumed the role of Rumi s companion Hussam implored Rumi to writeRumi spent the next years of his life in Anatolia dictating the six volumes of this masterwork, the Masnavi, to HussamIn December , Rumi fell ill and died on the th of December in Konya.



10 thoughts on “Bridge to the Soul: Journeys Into the Music and Silence of the Heart

  1. Mutasim Billah Mutasim Billah says:

    Be clear like a mirror reflecting nothing Be clean of pictures and the worry that comes with images Gaze into what is not ashamed or afraid of any truth Contain all human faces in your own without any judgment of them Be pure emptiness What is inside that you ask Silence is all I can say Lovers have some secrets that they keep Jal l ad D n Muhammad R m 30 September 1207 17 December 1273At the proposal of the Permanent Delegations of Afghanistan, Be clear like a mirror reflecting nothing Be clean of pictures and the worry that comes with images Gaze into what is not ashamed or afraid of any truth Contain all human faces in your own without any judgment of them Be pure emptiness What is inside that you ask Silence is all I can say Lovers have some secrets that they keep Jal l ad D n Muhammad R m 30 September 1207 17 December 1273At the proposal of the Permanent Delegations of Afghanistan, Iran, and Turkey, and as approved by its Executive Board and General Conference in conformity with its mission of constructing in the minds of men the defences of peace , UNESCO was associated with the celebration, in 2007, of the eight hundredth anniversary of Rumi s birth The commemoration at UNESCO itself took place on 6 September 2007 UNESCO issued a medal in Rumi s name in the hope that it would prove an encouragement to those who are engaged in research on and dissemination of Rumi s ideas and ideals, which would, in turn, enhance the diffusion of the ideals of UNESCO.To commemorate the occasion, HarperCollins released Bridge to the Soul, a compilation of Rumi s poetry by Coleman Barks, a lifelong interpreter and champion of Rumi s works The compilation consists of 90 of Rumi s poems The bridge in the title is a reference to the Khajou Bridge in Isphahan, Iran, which Barks visited with Robert Bly in May of 2006 a trip that in many ways prompted this book The soul bridge also suggests Rumi himself, who crosses cultures and religions and brings us all together to listen to his words, regardless of origin or creed Khajou Bridge Mevlana Museum, the shrine of Rumi


  2. Julie Julie says:

    A former spiritual teacher of mine contacted me earlier this spring, to ask if I wanted to join her 9 week Rumi and Mystical Poetry intensive, using Coleman Barks Bridge to the Soul as a guide.I bought the precious little hardcover that fits so perfectly in the human hand and thought how can I commit to a 9 week class I m a mother of three and, while one IS fully formed, the other two are like those little creatures from Dr Seuss s Hop on Pop Remember Day, Play We play all day A former spiritual teacher of mine contacted me earlier this spring, to ask if I wanted to join her 9 week Rumi and Mystical Poetry intensive, using Coleman Barks Bridge to the Soul as a guide.I bought the precious little hardcover that fits so perfectly in the human hand and thought how can I commit to a 9 week class I m a mother of three and, while one IS fully formed, the other two are like those little creatures from Dr Seuss s Hop on Pop Remember Day, Play We play all day Night, Fight We fight all night Anyway, I m tired, I m busy, and I thought I couldn t make time for Rumi But what a mistake, to think I couldn t make time for Rumi.People, we all need to make time for Rumi So, I begged the family, made it happen, and sometimes, on the day of the class, I had to prepare the entire day to make the 2 hour evening class work But it worked We started with Coleman Barks Introduction, where he quotes Nietzsche, What is great in man is that he is a bridge, and not a goal And adds, A human being is a going across A human being is a going across Oh, dear God, can you dream up a sentencedelicious And then we jumped in to Rumi And what can I do here but tell you that as we finished the class each evening and I walked out to my car with a full panoramic view of the Rocky Mountains in the background, I felt as happy as a young bride I smiled the entire drive home, feeling that Everything around me was One That, if I worked at it, I could find my way to love all of Humanity That, though I sometimes feel I am one hot mess, my soul is perfect.By morning, it was harder to hold on to the spell that Rumi cast, but when I felt my grasp slipping, I would open the book again, hungry forof that experience of One It is obviously a work in progress, a lifetime commitment, but this journey begins with the simple act of reading one of Rumi s poems.I could not begin to include my favorite passages in this review Honestly, I would just be re writing the entire book But I would like to finish here with Rumi s words, rather than mine We tremble like leaves about to let go.There is no avoiding pain,or feeling exiled, or the taste of dust.But also we have a green winged longingfor the sweetness of the friend 32 Root like a lotus, plunging deep in the mud,that does not mind a death wind in its leaves.Wait, for I am waiting, too 109


  3. Kimber Kimber says:

    Gold.


  4. Stephanie Kapllani Stephanie Kapllani says:

    Although it was hard for me to understand what he is saying in a lot of his poems, they are really beautiful I really like this one called Secret Places Lovers find secret placesinside this violent worldwhere they make transactions with beauty.Reason says, Nonsense.I have walked and measured the walls here There are no places like that.Love says, There are.Reason sets up a marketand begins doing business.Love hashidden work.Hallaj steps away from the pulpitand climbs the stairs of the Although it was hard for me to understand what he is saying in a lot of his poems, they are really beautiful I really like this one called Secret Places Lovers find secret placesinside this violent worldwhere they make transactions with beauty.Reason says, Nonsense.I have walked and measured the walls here There are no places like that.Love says, There are.Reason sets up a marketand begins doing business.Love hashidden work.Hallaj steps away from the pulpitand climbs the stairs of the gallows.Lovers feel a truth inside themselvesthat rational people keep denying.It is reasonable to say, Surrenderis just an idea that keeps peoplefrom leading their lives.Love responds, No This thinking is what is dangerous.Using language obscureswhat Shams come to give.Every day the sun risesout of low word cloudsinto burning silence


  5. Sandra Miksa Sandra Miksa says:

    I like how the translator touched upon bridges to demonstrate Rumi s poetry as a bridge to the soul A bridge filled with echoes of silence and well being To let in the Shams As for the Ruminator poems themselves, there has been something lost in translation is my belief Irregardless, I enjoyed most of the poems but only a select few touched me One of my favorite lines is We must die to become true human beings.


  6. Skylar Burris Skylar Burris says:

    The Essential Rumi and The Soul of Rumi are both better collections of poems than this one here we seem to be getting to the dregs of Rumi, yet even Rumi s dregs are superior to the cream of many poets There were several poems in this collection that moved me deeply, and some that had no effect at all Though not the best selection of Rumi s verses, this book is still well worth reading In the introduction, Coleman Barks tells of how members of diverse religions Hindus, Christians, Musli The Essential Rumi and The Soul of Rumi are both better collections of poems than this one here we seem to be getting to the dregs of Rumi, yet even Rumi s dregs are superior to the cream of many poets There were several poems in this collection that moved me deeply, and some that had no effect at all Though not the best selection of Rumi s verses, this book is still well worth reading In the introduction, Coleman Barks tells of how members of diverse religions Hindus, Christians, Muslims, and Jews attended Rumi s funeral When asked why, they said, He strengthens us where we are That is how I feel about Rumi s poetry though not a Christian himself, he strengthens me AS a Christian his poetry often speaks to me in a spiritual way and moves me in a way I am rarely moved While I like Coleman Barks translations of Rumi, and I am glad he has dug up somepoems to offer us, I could have done without his introduction to this volume First he went on in too much detail about a particular bridge, and then he went off onto a political schpiel that involved comparing Iran s government to that of the United States yes, true, Iran is oppressive, but, hey, look at us Then he did some self congratulatory backslapping for the one Bush bash he couldn t resist making publicly in Iran While I am certainly no political fan of Bush, I could do without all the self righteous academics and celebrities focusing with single vision on the flaws in their own country while yucking it up with the tyrants of other countries There s no need to feel self satisfied about a Bush slap while visiting a nation whose regime feeds the people a steady diet of anti Americanism Hey, here s some interesting facts Americans may not know about Iran, courtesy of Coleman Barks Tehran has no ghettos what a pleasant, poverty free land , wonderfully cheap gas, and people who never act like they hate Americans even though they really, truly should The introduction aside, I, of course, enjoyed Rumi s poems


  7. metaphor metaphor says:

    Lovers find secret placesinside this violent worldwhere they make transactionswith beauty.Reason says, Nonsense.I have walked and measured the walls here.There are no places like that.Love says, There are.


  8. Keith Keith says:

    Essentially magicalA series of 90 poems, translated from Persian, by an obvious free thinker Interesting that there are no religious barriers within the poems no indication of one religion being superior to another, bearing in mind the poems are over 800 years old What a shame that this ideal no longer seems to exist in our so called advanced world In modern parlance, Rumi s philosophy is live and let live.There are many poems that resonate with me, but this is my favourite No Expectatio Essentially magicalA series of 90 poems, translated from Persian, by an obvious free thinker Interesting that there are no religious barriers within the poems no indication of one religion being superior to another, bearing in mind the poems are over 800 years old What a shame that this ideal no longer seems to exist in our so called advanced world In modern parlance, Rumi s philosophy is live and let live.There are many poems that resonate with me, but this is my favourite No Expectations A spirit that lives in this world and does not wear the shirt of love, such an existence is a deep disgrace Be foolishly in love, because love is all there is There is no way into presence except through a love exchange If someone asks, But what is love Answer dissolving the will True freedom comes to those who have escaped the questions of freewill and fate Love is an emperor The two worlds play across him He barely notices their tumbling game Love and lover live in eternity Other desires are substitutes for that way of being How long do you lay embracing a corpse Love rather the soul, which cannot be held Anything born in spring dies in the fall, but love is not seasonal With wine pressed from grapes, expect a hangover But this love path has no expectations You are uneasy riding the body Dismount Travel lighter Wings will be given Be clear like a mirror reflecting nothing Be clean of pictures and the worry that comes with images Gaze into what is not ashamed or afraid of any truth Contain all human faces in your own without any judgment of them Be pure emptiness What is inside that You ask Silence is all I can say Lovers have some secrets that they keep Rumi Bridge to the Soul


  9. Mark Mark says:

    I was listening to a podcast on Speaking of Faith, an interview with a woman expert on Rumi, I was listening to her read one of the poems on birds while birds were flying over the James River, one of those you had to be there moments , went right out when I got home to get the book she recommended I m reading a poem each day and I m still trying to get into it, we ll see.


  10. Sue Sue says:

    Beautiful poetry, some of it is very hard to interpret, even though the translation is good It s just so hard for me to believe Rumi s love for Shams wasn t physical instead of religious But that aside, the poems work either way I always have to take my time when reading Rumi His poems are to be savored This new collection for his 800th anniversary is a jewel.


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