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... all things are of little profit to you until you realize that I am the One who saves those who trust in Me, and that outside of Me there is no worthwhile help, or any useful counsel or lasting remedy. Thomas A Kempis, Imitation of Christ, III.30.1
My most useful method is this simple attention, and a general passionate
regard to God, to whom I find myself attached with
greater sweetness and delight than that of an infant at the motherís breast; (...). Brother Lawrence, The Practice of the Presence of God, P.39.
Let us live and die with God. Suffering will be sweet and pleasant to us while we are with Him. (...) Let us be always with Him. Let us live and die in His presence. Brother Lawrence, The Practice of the Presence of God, P.50,60.
The world is a place where people are always coming and going. (...) The fear of death is born with man though this is the only thing that he knows is certain to happen to him. Attachment to material things makes man cling to life. When you chant the Name of the Divine, when you are one with the divine, you accept death. (...) You die without fear and by remembering the Name of God, your soul leaves the body free of that fear and attachment. Teachings of Babaji, P.41.
Meditate and realize this world is filled with the presence of God. Shvetashvatara Upanishad 1:12
God is the ultimate reality. Paul Tillich.
Last updated: 2003/01/02