Simplicity cannot be found unless one is free inwardly
  
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”Simplicity cannot be found unless one is free inwardly - 24 July 1949
• Only when the mind and heart are really simple is one able to solve the many problems that confront us.
• A religious man is he who is inwardly simple.
• Q: I have been a member of various religious organizations but you have
destroyed them all. I am utterly bored and work because hunger forces me to
it. I am afraid to commit suicide. What on earth am I to do?
• Q: What have you to say to a person who, in quiet moments, sees the truth of
what you say, who has a longing to keep awake but who finds himself repeatedly lost in a sea of impulse and small desires?”
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