Guilt and fault are like hooks:
Once they are there
More guilt is thrown on them
Problem of generalization…
God is described as the one supreme being, the unmanifest-manifested, the eternal verity, the conscious spirit pervading all forms that emanate from Him – He upholding all creation, but is immanent in every form.
God is nameless, absolute, but when He wished to become from one to many, His power came into expression. That power is known as Naam in the terms of the Masters. It is also known as Shabd, as Kalma, as Word, and other names. That power is the creator of all things, it is controlling all things.
God is an ocean of all consciousness. We are of the same essence as that of God: a drop of the ocean of all consciousness.
Sant Kirpal Singh
When we deeply regret our sins with our tears
It is Christ who washes them away
He provides us a new beginning
Gives us strength and courage
His biblical Word: resonates like an echo
“From now on sin no more…”
Old dresses are putt off
Replaced by clean clothes
The lie changes to the truth
The dirt gradually to cleanliness
A process of consciousness
Distinction between right and wrong
In everyday life, we should sieve:
Separating the bad from the good
How much dirt is there still left
That we do not see yet…?
To recognize oneself
To make us visible
What and how we really are
“Every saint has his past
And every sinner his future…”
Is the purpose of life
To be happy or/and sad?
Or is it to be neutrally happy
Detached from the tentacles of the mind?
To detach us from I and mine
To surrender to Him and His?
To walk in the will of God
To become One with Him?
As long there is I and mine
We are separated from the Ocean of Oneness…
Then we only sit in the boat
Of happiness and sadness rotating…
The boat of I and mine…