Mumbai, Maah, 1948
Salutations with dispassion and utmost courteousness. As long as one has affection in such worldly events and ways that appear as a source of happiness out of delusion, till then, it is impossible for him to realize his own nature. And to even realize the greatness of satsang, as it should be, is impossible. As long as that worldly affection does not transform into spiritual affection, till then, it is certainly appropriate to put forth efforts repeatedly without any indolence. Knowing this statement to be undisputed in the past, present and future, I have written it without any desire.