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Finding God – Selections From “All Men are Brothers” by Mahatma Gandhi Ji (vegetarian), Part 1 of 2

2023-12-13
Lingua:English
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In his book, “All Men Are Brothers,” Mahatma Gandhi Ji humbly reflects on his own life and inner realizations as a way to illustrate the unity of our global spiritual family. In one passage, he describes faith as a Divine principle within us all, regardless of religion: “It is faith that steers us through stormy seas, faith that moves mountains and faith that jumps across the ocean. That faith is nothing but a living, wide-awake consciousness of God within. He who has achieved that faith wants nothing. Bodily diseased, he is spiritually healthy; physically poor, he rolls in spiritual riches.”

Chapter 2 Religion and Truth

“Man’s ultimate aim is the realization of God, and all his activities, political, social and religious, have to be guided by the ultimate aim of the vision of God. The immediate service of all human beings becomes a necessary part of the endeavor simply because the only way to find God is to see Him in His creation and be one with it. This can only be done by service of all.”

“When we pray to the Law we simply yearn after knowing the Law and obeying it. We become what we yearn after. Hence the necessity for prayer. Though our present life is governed by our past, our future must by that very law of cause and effect be affected by what we do now.”

“Those who believe in God’s guidance just do the best they can and never worry. The Sun has never been known to suffer from overstrain and yet who slaves with such unexampled regularity as he! […] Suffice it for us that we have his brilliant example in the matter of tireless energy. If we completely surrender to His will and really become ciphers, we too voluntarily give up the right of choice and then we need no wear and tear. […]”

“To seek God one need not go on a pilgrimage or light lamps and burn incense before or anoint the image of the deity or paint it with red vermilion. For He resides in our hearts. If we could completely obliterate in us the consciousness of our physical body, we would see Him face to face.”
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