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Meher Baba



Spiritual quotes of Meher Baba

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L ife is a series of experiences which need innumerable forms. Death is an interval in that one long life.




Hinduism 5643 | 







L ong for what is real. You will then have no time for worrying over what may never happen.




Hinduism 5633 | 







I n a virtuous life, evil is suppressed and good surfaces; but the evil is still there. The bad sanskaras remain and have to be worked out, if not in this life then in the next or the one after. In the spiritual life, both good and bad sanskaras express themselves, and both get nullified.




Hinduism 5613 | 







T he apparent is not real. Under many of life’s complicated problems are hidden some of the simplest truths which the veil of ignorance obscures from human vision.




Hinduism 5589 | 







E veryone, no matter how depraved, can gradually become better and better until he becomes the best example for all mankind. There is always hope for everyone; none is utterly lost, and none need despair. It remains true, however, that the way to Divinity lies through the renunciation of evil in favor of good.




Hinduism 5566 | 







P eople must give and then receive. First give and then you will have all. But instead, people want to first have all and then think of giving. This is not the right way.




Hinduism 5556 | 







O nce you open your wings to fly, you must fly straight like the swan. Do not flit from tree to tree like the sparrow, or many things will distract you on the way, and the journey is long.




Hinduism 5541 | 







I n order to appreciate truth, approach it through itself, without any game of hide and seek.




Hinduism 5535 | 







H ow does a person know that he has realized God? It is automatic. You are a human being. Do you ever think to yourself, `Am I a human being?´You do not ask yourself this because you are a human being. In the same way, once a man realizes God, he spontaneously knows that he is God. He has the full experience of it by personal experience.




Hinduism 5504 | 







W hat is the meaning of God-Realization? It means to become one with God. By thinking and imagining, one can never become one with God. Union is possible only after the death of thoughts and imagination — the mind must die.




Hinduism 5492 | 







D istance between a drop here and a drop there in the ocean makes no difference to each drop’s relation to the ocean.




Hinduism 5487 | 







R emain in a good mood and be cheerful, despite your reeling brain.




Hinduism 5476 | 







W e can never have any vigorous world culture by merely piling together certain isolated elements, selected from the present diversity of culture; that way, we shall only succeed in getting a patchwork of little vitality. A hodge-podge of collected ideas can never be a substitute for a direct and fresh perception of the Goal. The new world-culture will have to emerge from an integral vision of the Truth independent of existing traditions and not from the laborious process of selection and compilation of conserved values.




Hinduism 5462 | 







M erely to say ‘I want to see God’ or ‘I want to realize God’ is similar to an ant saying ‘I want to become an elephant!’ Mere words have nothing in them; the heart must thirst to seek God.




Hinduism 5454 | 







T he universe is the outcome of imagination, so why try to acquire knowledge of the imaginative universe, instead of plumbing the depths of your real Self?




Hinduism 5449 | 





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