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As written at PRASANTHI NILAYAM Today

10th January 2021 

All objects in nature are transitory. They attract man and delude him. The objects that are temporary in nature will give only momentary happiness. The Vedas speak about the principle of ritam. It symbolises the truth that is changeless. All worldly objects undergo change. When you develop ritam, you will be able to understand the changeless and eternal Divinity. You may question, "How can I have the vision of God?" Oh man! You don't need to search for God! Wherever you see, He is there. He is imbued in every object. You are unable to see Him because you are deluded by external appearances. In fact, you are God yourself. Hence, the Veda exhorts man to develop faith that, "I am God and God is none other than myself." Names and forms are many, but God is one. Sarvam khalvidam Brahma (verily all this is Brahman). Such unity in Divinity has to be realised. Satsang means experience of unity. (Divine Discourse, Mar 1, 2003)