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God's limit is nowhere! He who ignites the stars and the cells of flesh with mysterious life-effulgence can surely bring the luster of vision into your eyes." The master touched Ramu's forehead at the point between the eyebrows. "Keep your mind concentrated thee, an frequently chant the name of the prophet Rama for seven days. The splendor of the sun shall have a special dawn for you.' "Lo! In one week it was so. For the first time, Ramu beheld the fair face of nature." (47)

"By ignoble whips of pain man is driven at last into the Infinite Presence, whose beauty alone should lure him." (52)

"I have left a few paltry rupees, a few petty pleasures, for a cosmic empire of endless bliss. How then have I denied myself anything? I know the joy of sharing the treasure. Is tha a wacrifice? The shortsighted worldly folk are...

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