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    #1

    Safi

    Here is a sentence which seems difficult to me.

    "He whom love has purified is merely 'pure'[Safi],but he whom the beloved has purified is Sufi."

    I think the core of first part of given sentences is:"He is merely pure". To which 'whom is indicating?To him or another person?Will you clarify the whole sentence so that I can easily understand this sentences.I also want some example of sentences related to the structure of this given sentences.

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    Re: Safi

    In both cases, "whom" is a relative pronoun referring to "he".

    What are "Safi" and "Sufi"?

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