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expressing things; but the more such matters that are beyond its grasp are put into words and explained in details, the more inexplicable they become . . . An intellectual giant not imbued with the spark of love and not having the guidance of a Master can never have knowledge of the spiritual Path. But, however ignorant he may be, one who has either of these two things has every possibility of advancing rapidly towards God, the Goal of all life.

 

"The consciousness of those who leave their hold on all except their life of obedience to me, shall transcend all limitations including the limitations of the intellect.

 

If I Am What I Am

 

"If I am what I am, it is all the more natural for you not to be able to understand all that I wish to express, and why at all I say all that I say . . . It has been going on like this for thousands and thousands of years . . . If I am the Highest of the High, I know best why Jesus was crucified and why Mohammed was stoned . . . For all the so-called good and bad things said about them by the so-called good and bad world, people understand next to nothing about Christ and Mohammed, about Ram and Krishna, Zoroaster and Buddha, and about all the things that they said and did.

 

"For all its power of achievement in the gross sphere, the faculty of human knowledge has its limitations within the intellect. None is at fault therefore, just as a child is not held responsible for the things which are beyond the power of its understanding. But all things have their uses. A lullaby is as useful as a lecture. A thing does not cease to be useful simply because it is not within the grasp of one's understanding.

 

"Those who believe in me, yet feel like questioning my words and actions are weak in their convictions and belief in me. If you maintain a tight and lasting grip on my daaman you will remain with me on the highest of levels or the lowest, wherever I am, wherever I may be . . . Where the kite goes, its tail goes, as long as it sticks to the kite. So long as you keep your grip tight it matters little whether you are a saint or a sinner.

 

"This reminds me of an incident of my childhood . . . Once I stuck on to my kite, with what I thought was good gum, a strip of

 

 

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