Qualifications of the Aspirant: Readiness to Serve — Life as integral whole

For the aspirant who is eager to serve without any desire for recognition and credit, everything that thwarts or perverts the release of a full life is worthy of attention, irrespective of whether it is great or small in the opinion of the world. Just as the building up or the collapse of empires has a place in the flow of universal life, the fleeting moments of sadness also have their own place in it. The importance of the one should not be measured in terms of the other, and the claims of the one should not be ignored for the claims of the other. The aspirant looks at life as an integral whole, without allowing any part to monopolize his attention at the cost of others.

-Discourses 7th Ed. p363


Your duty is to keep Me constantly with you throughout your thoughts, speech, and actions.
(www.lordmeher.org, p3417)

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