“Fear means there is no love”

Fear acts as a thick curtain between the “I” and the “you.”…[I]t…nourishes deep distrust of the other [and] inevitably brings about a shrinking and withdrawal of consciousness, so as to exclude the being of another from the context of one’s own life. Therefore, not only other souls but God should be loved and not feared. (Discourse 7th Ed., p167)

Fear means there is no love, so think of Baba from the bottom of your heart. (As Only God Can Love, Drawin Shaw, p228)

The truly religious man is he who is God-loving and not God-fearing. (Treasures, p11)

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