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“Sir, what should I do to find God?” a student asked. The Master said:

“During every little period of leisure, plunge your mind into the infinite thought of Him. Talk to Him intimately; He is the nearest of the near, the dearest of the dear. Love Him as a miser loves money, as an ardent man loves his sweetheart, as a drowning person loves breath. When you yearn for God with intensity, He will come to you.”


A student complained to the Master that he could find no work. The guru said:

“Do not hold that destructive thought. As a part of the universe, you have an essential place in it. If necessary, shake up the world to find your work! Don’t give up and you will succeed.”


The Master had found it necessary to scold a disciple about a serious error. Later he said with a sigh:

“I wish to influence others only by love. I just wilt when I am forced to train them in other ways.”


A student was wavering between the path of renunciation and long-desired career. The Master said tenderly:

“All fulfillments you are seeking, and much more, are awaiting you in God.”

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