Belief, trust and faith are all illusory phenomena if not based on conviction through personal experience. Ignorant persons seek to point out the faults and weaknesses in others instead of finding them in themselves. And for some, to criticise Truth is their life’s work, for when they fail to gain it, they grow despondent and turn against it.
The apparent is not real. Under many a life’s complicated problems are hidden some of the simplest truths, which the veil of ignorance obscures from human vision.
Do not bother about believing in me. Be prepared to believe in your own self. Have faith in your own capacity for longing for Truth. Only then will you know Truth in its pure and infinite simplicity.
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