having realized once for all the Truth, which is the goal of all life and the end of each and every religion, I have thereby transcended all religions; and to me, therefore, every religion is equally an approach for those who have yet to arrive at the same infinite and indivisible Ocean of love and knowledge, peace and bliss that now and again, here and there, continues rippling with selfless service and unsolicited sacrifice through the unflinching faith and sublime devotion of its lovers.
There can be no greater folly than for the wayfarers to quarrel over the pros and cons of this way or that, instead of remaining concentrated upon and concerned with one's own onward march along the path that one happens to be on.
One road may be steep, another full of pot holes, the third torn with raging rivers: similarly, one man may walk best, another may be a good runner, the third a fine swimmer; yet, in each case, the things that should really count are the destination and the actual progress that each individual makes. Why should one who can run like a hare come in the way of another who is more likely to succeed only with the speed of a snail?
Selfishness is the root cause of all troubles. It is all the more dangerous because, under the subtle influence of selfishness, the worst evils are apt to assume false colors of chivalry, sacrifice, nobility, service and even love.
In spite of sometimes turning into a beast with cruelty, anger and the lust of aggrandizement and subjugation, man can and often does cheat himself into believing that he yet remains a man, a patriot and so on.
Of all the forces that can best overcome all difficulties is the love that knows how to give without necessarily bargaining for a return. There is nothing that Love cannot achieve and there is nothing that love cannot sacrifice. There is nothing which is beyond Me and there is nothing without Me. Yet, I am and can always be captured with love.
Pure love is matchless in majesty, it has no parallel in power and there is no darkness it cannot dispel. It is the undying flame that has set all life aglow. All the same, it needs to be kindled and rekindled in the abysmal darkness of selfish thoughts, selfish words and selfish deeds in order to burst out in a mighty big spurt to serve as a beacon for those who may yet be groping in the darkness of selfishness, be it deep blue or all black.
The light of Love is not free from its fire of sacrifice. In fact, like heat and light, love and sacrifice, so to say, go hand in hand. The true spirit