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Ayesha Nur: Sufi and Candlemaker

Posted: March 4th, 2011 | Filed under: feature, great face, home, sufi | 4 Comments »

I met Ayesha Nur through my good friend Diana Stewart. Ayesha lives in Sterling Court. (Actually, let’s be honest — who in Nashville has not lived in Sterling Court at least once in their life? I lived in, I think, E-2, years ago. Before that, Beth Middleworth lived in my apartment, and also Virginia Team before Beth. Sterling Court is like some kind of rite of passage). Anyway, Ayesha ran a retail store above my friend Jenn Casale, over in East Nashville for awhile, but now, she sells her candles out of her apartment. Her apartment is like a museum — a tribute to all her travels around the world.

4 Comments on “Ayesha Nur: Sufi and Candlemaker”

  1. 1 kristin said at 6:48 am on March 5th, 2011:

    I love these. And I lived in Sterling Court twice: once married, and once divorced. Two very different experiences, but the Sterling is always there.

  2. 2 Anne N. said at 6:35 pm on March 8th, 2011:

    The lovely Ayesha is a always a bright face and sweet friend at the farmers’ markets. You have captured her so beautifully! And yes, I too once lived in Sterling Court – played in the little walled garden as a child.

  3. 3 Mitzi M. said at 10:37 am on March 10th, 2011:

    Awesome pictures. Love these!

  4. 4 Bill P. said at 2:43 pm on April 11th, 2011:

    simply amazing work…