It is good for mankind, rather essential, to adhere to religious and moral principles and observe religious bindings. But for the spiritual Path, they are unnecessary.
According to the moral code of the world, one’s word or promise is considered by mankind to be sacred. But he who has gone beyond time, space, cause and effect is not limited by anything.
All those who care for name and fame and worldly success, fearing criticism and scandal, are only ordinary human beings. They want to preserve their prestige at any cost. Their ‘name’ alone matters to them, above money, life and everything else.
This whole world is an illusion, and a miracle is an illusion into illusion.
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