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God never fails his children.
Do not seek for things to work
according to your desires; or
for your circumstances to be
arranged according to your
earthly will. But have faith that
God is leading you on the path
to ultimate happiness.
He is the Lord of Universe. He enters into people's hearts and changes their thoughts.
All changes taking place now are due to a simple motion of the His finger. Wherever He
goes, He puts new consciousness in people and brings spiritual change.
---Teachings of Babaji
Babaji (Haidakhan Wale Baba) lived in the foothills of the Himalayas, in the
Kumaon region of India. He was acknowledged as Shiva Mahavatar Babaji,
the eternal manifestation of God in human form. He was seen from 1970 to 1984.
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and absolutely, God's promise is truth.
---from the Quran 10:55
Everything is linked with everything else down to the lowest ring on the chain,
and the true essence of God is above as well as below, in the heavens and on
the earth, and nothing exists outside Him.
--from the Talmud
(a record of rabbinic discussions which pertain to Jewish law, ethics, customs and history)
I keep the Lord always before me; because he is at my right hand, I shall not be moved.