Qualitative differences among masters, saints & mystics of our time. (2 min 21 sec)
Thich Nhat Hanh
1. All these revered individuals had human bodies, consumed food, and experienced sleep like ordinary people.
2. However, their exceptional nature was unmistakable to those who encountered them.
3. What were the distinctive qualities that people noticed while they were in physical form?
They realized their innate state as creations of God — pure love and oneness with All That Is.
They were entirely devoid of ego, uninterested in personal safety, wealth accumulation, or self-promotion.
Their profound contentment stemmed from wholeheartedly following divine guidance, allowing Love, Light, and Life to illuminate their path. Their thoughts, words, and actions seamlessly aligned with this guidance.
They willingly set aside personal agendas not as a sacrifice, but because they no longer desired them.
They discovered that allowing Love to guide their journey while relinquishing control was the most fulfilling way to live.
4. Alternatively, this one narrative can reflect your personal story or a version of it when you are deeply immersed in worldly pursuits.
In early Spring of 2011, life was abundant. My wife worked as a trauma nurse, and I was a heart surgeon. Eventually, I retired, affording me more time with our three children. We resided in a magnificent house in The Hamptons, luxury cars adorning our circular driveway. Our lifestyle exuded opulence, granting us access to exceptional education, healthcare, and a myriad of cultural and recreational activities. It was a dream come true—a paradise. However, everything changed abruptly, and our world was turned upside down. There were ensuing events altered our lives irreversibly...