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Path of Love
Dear associates in the Path,
It gives me immense happiness to talk to you
all on this auspicious occasion of Basanth Panchami L.E.139. Pranahuti is something that has become part of our lives. Love of the Master is so intimate that most of us live through that all the time.
Our beloved Master said ‘Love Him who loves all’. I would like to share my meditations on this thought. Repetition may not be considered wrong when the subject matter is sublime. I am aware I shared some thoughts on this subject earlier: I remember to have read the following sentences that make me think about this subject yet again. "There are only four great questions in life: What is sacred? Of what is the spirit made? What is worth living for? What is worth dying for? The answer to all of them is the same: Only Love."
In Telugu, one of the richest languages spoken mainly in South India, there is a proverb ‘kaami kaanide moksha kaami kaadu’ meaning that one who does not know how to love cannot learn to love moksha or liberation. The point of concern for me has been whether there is any difference between loving persons or things to which we feel

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