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The Organs of t h e Sensesn of July 3rd, 1923. : afterwards Sr. : t h e l a s t sentence of t h e answer was omitted Question: Can there be 1ove without understanding? Answer: I f love has reached perfection, it will obtain16 all these17 three powers. When love becomes power, love113 becomes understanding. The nature of love is as the nature of water hiddentg in the depth of the earth. 22 When one digs deep enough, one23 finds water. h 4 a 1 - 1 lose ~ ~ ~ patience, trust and hope; they have touched the mud25 and not reached the26 water.
2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. A t a l a t e r date Sk. added: I1p. 177 The Unity of Religious Ideals1' in t h e margin of her sh. hwr. rves worship is a human being, -a-lo the person from whose heart the essence of reason, ~ u d d h i ,has risen as a spring. By this knowledge he recognizes the possibility11 of attainin toI2 that bliss for every soul, whatever be his grade of evolution, trusting$' thati4 the innermost being of every soul is divine. The honey of life is hope. I5in life, that knowledge is of to attain the divine bliss which is attain no use.
From1* added a hen lo he was given in15 the. care of Yashoda, who brought him up as his guardian mother. This i s symbolical of the earthly parents, who are the guardians, the real Father and16 Mother being Cod. 17 And the meaning is that wisdom is butter of the whole life. When thelg life i s churned through a wheel, then out of that comes butter: wisdom is gained by it. He was stealing it, which means, wherever he found wisdom he 20learned it, from everybody's experience he benefited. 20 Plainly speaking there are two ways of learning wisdom.