When a religion wants to extend its influence, it has to resort to vilification of other religions and exaggeration of its own excellence. Pomp and publicity become more important than practice and faith. But Sai wants that the votaries of each religion must cultivate faith in its own excellence and realize their validity by their own intense practice. That is the Sai religion, the religion that feeds and fosters all religions and emphasizes their common Greatness. Take up this religion, boldly and joyfully.
(SSS Vol XIII - Chap 23)