Very Wise Words

Via Janak Geoffrey Neill

‎…Ravana replied, “Things that are bad for you seduce you easily; you run towards them impatiently. But things that are actually good for you, fail to attract you – you shun them creatively, finding powerful excuses to justify your procrastination. That is why I was impatient to abduct Sita but avoided meeting you, Ram. This is the wisdom of my life. My last words. I give it to you.”

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“The work of the spiritual teacher is…to bring together the soul and God. But what is taught to the one who seeks after truth? Nothing is taught. He is only shown how he should learn from God. For no man can ever teach spirituality; it is God alone who teaches it.” – Hazrat Inayat Khan

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One Response to Very Wise Words

  1. humdrum says:

    “no man can ever teach spirituality; it is God alone who teaches it.” – Hazrat Inayat Khan

    thanks

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