Monday, March 12, 2007


Greatness is having never intended it. It is the humility of heart and mind that remains unchanged by public disdain. It is a discovery of something valuable within the deepest source of being, and which fearlessly expresses itself although inconvenient and unfashionable to do so. It is the inspiration of the truth within and yet apart from the individual, and it is the act of knowledge which distinguishes popular acclaim from the profound voice of the soul within which says: Well done, my good and faithful servant. Greatness is the unaided event of the truth because a soul has listened to God rather than to man. It is the integrity of truth which has granted the individual his or her own integrity without supplication or solicitation. It is the transformation from a self-acclaiming and self-blaming person into someone whose only loyalty and allegiance is to the truth itself and for the sake of love.

Greatness of soul and character is not what one aspires to. It is what occurs within the person who makes himself ready for the truth. Greatness is the simple goodness which knows love and truth as the two inseparable attributes of the Divine itself, and it is the voluntary submission to become a part of this manifestation of God Himself, not as a dogmatist but as a person freed of his own inclinations toward a doctrinaire attitude, and one who has chosen to become a spiritual cosmopolitan in the midst of a provincial world. Click here for more.

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