“God does not listen to the language of the tongue, or of the mind, but He responds to the language of the heart. The language of the heart is the song of love for the Beloved.
When the heart weeps for the Beloved’s union and the mind suffers the pangs of separation, then the Beloved’s response is the final embrace into Oneness.
This means to love God one has to keep Him present and never be absent from Him.
This means while doing all duties, doing all deeds, while thinking all thoughts and speaking all words, we have always to have His remembrance, remembering Him as the background to everyone and everything.
This means in every little thing, good or bad both, we should remember Him and then all responsibility rests with Him.”
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