The culture of Bharat has marked out guidelines for achieving eternal bliss, which is the consummation of all sweetness, all joy and fulfilment of all desires. But man is struggling to achieve petty things, paltry joys and low desires. When you seek God, you must not be misled into bypaths and mirages. The seeker after gold must cast away brass and other yellow metals that may distract him. Like the river which leaps over precipices, creeps through bush and briar, flows round hills, seeps throughs sand but keeps the goal (sea) always in view, man too must march untiringly toward God.
- Baba -