Dukh Mein Simran Sab Kare, Sukh Mein Kare Na Koye
Jo Sukh Mein Simran Kare, Tau Dukh Kahe Ko Hoye

[In anguish everyone prays to Him, in Comfort  none do
To one who to  prays even in happy times, how sorrow could ever touch
–Sant Kabir]


There is always some madness in love. But there is also always some reason in madness.


Sayeen Itna Deejiye, Ja Mein Kutumb Samaye
Main Bhi Bhookha Na Rahun, Sadhu Na Bhookha Jaye

[Give so much, O Lord, sufficient to fulfill the needs of my Family
I too should not starve, nor the visiting mendicant go unfed]

Sant Kabir Das


     The habitual silence  of Sri Yukteswar was caused by his deep perceptions of the infinite.  No time remained for the interminable  “revelations” that occupy the days of teachers without Self-realization.  A saying from the 
Hindu scriptures is as follows:  
“In shallow men the fish of little thoughts cause much commotion.  In oceanic minds the whales of inspiration make hardly a ruffle.
–Paramahansa Yogananda, “Autobiography of a Yogi”

When I was, Hari (God) was not, now Hari is and I am no more: All darkness vanished, when I saw the Lamp within my heart. The effulgence of the Supreme Being is beyond the imagination: In effable is His beauty, to see it is the only `proof.’ Him whom I went out to seek, I found just where I was: He now has become myself whom before I called `Another.’

Sant Kabir Das

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