GLEANINGS FOUND HERE AND THERE:
We must not consider any soul as barren or deprived. Our duty lies in educating souls so that the Sun of the bestowals of God shall become resplendent in them, and this is possible through the power of the oneness of humanity.
The more love is expressed among mankind and the stronger the power of unity, the greater will be this reflection and revelation, for the greatest bestowal of God is love.
Love is the source of all the bestowals of God. Until love takes possession of the heart, no other divine bounty can be revealed in it.
The mind likes to feel that it knows, that it’s right, that what it has to say and feel is Truth–with a capital T.
But that’s not how the Soul works.
It comes to us in our deepest moments of silence.
Reflection, awareness — and the innermost awakening of self-realization.
These are moments where the mind dissolves.
And there is only presence.
~ Bairavee Balasubramaniam
Neither our violence nor our transcendence is a moral or ethical matter of religion, but rather an issue of biology. We actually contain a built-in ability to rise above restriction, incapacity, or limitation and, as a result of this ability, possess a vital adaptive spirit that we have not yet fully accessed. While this ability can lead us to transcendence, paradoxically it can lead also to violence; our longing for transcendence arises from our intuitive sensing of this adaptive potential and our violence arises from our failure to develop it.
~ Joseph Chilton Pearce, The Biology of Transcendence
When I pray, coincidences happen, and when I don’t, they don’t.
~ William Temple