Denial of your suffering is Maya

It requires great intelligence to admit one’s madness. The mad one, is usually going to be the last one to admit that he is mad. The mad one is more likely to say, “I am the divine blissful Atma.”

Spirituality is not the art of mugging up stuff from here and there. It is first of all a deep cry to not remain as one currently is or has become.

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