Simplicity in mind is a true aspirant’s trait,
Sharing his comforts with others he follows God’s dictate.
You cannot remove the thorns appeared on earth.
But if you put on the shoes, the thorns will fail to hurt you.
Never desire to be served.
Always remain eager to do the service.
The world in fact is aberration of mind.
Devote your full energy, effort and thoughts to purifying your life. You should try to reach that fearless state of self-fulfilment and bliss before death can claim you.
Provide others with happiness just as you desire it for yourself.
We look at the enchanting garden that is the world but rare is the one who gives a thought to its maker.
Discern life within life.
Practise simplicity. Avoid treachery.
Cleverness and deception will not work in His Court.
The teachings of saints open closed hearts.
The real miracle of the men of God is in their devotion. Saints do not purposely perform miracles.
Bodily comforts can never be complete.
In this little frame of mine
have I beheld Him—,
Him that sleeps in it and is yet out of it:
Such is His glory
Infinite and Wondrous.
He is called the Purusha
for He pervades the body and the world
and yet the Vedas do not reach Him,
for He is the Absolute Transcendental;
Let not the Vedas sing His glory, they
in their revelation
In whatever form I saw Him
I saw Him full and perfect
I know not How to sing His glory
For none knows except Him
The secret deep of His Being.
At one place He is the Creator
at another He is the Destroyer;
at one place He is a Master,
at another an humble servant.
At one place He is the doer
at another, the non-doer Transcendental,
at still another He spreads Himself
beyond the horizons that ring the world.
The WORD without form
manifests Himself in forms
infinite and countless.
He who has sought shelter of the Guru
alone shall see Him—his Self
—the Self that ever remains full
and indivisible pervades the full
bestowing blessedness on all;
Thus says Mangat.