Seeking the Force That Drives Us Maria’s House, Northampton, Wellingborough (England)

Public Program. Northampton (UK), 17 July 1980. Our life’s journey is also like this. We don’t know how to find our way. We are traveling and we are seeking. The seeking is the force, which drives us sometimes crazy. We don’t know what to do. We have to seek something. We are not satisfied with what we have. So we go on seeking. [Now, And] what are we seeking? We have no idea as to what we have to seek, a thing that will give us satisfaction, the place which will stop our journey, our abode where we would rest. This urge within us is very evident in the modern time. It was never so [unclear: clear]. This is the first time you find so many people are seeking. And they are genuinely seeking. They feel that there is something lurking in their being, there is something that is missing in them. It is being said in the Scriptures, in all the Scriptures, whether Indian, Islamic or Biblical, that to be there you have to be born again. In Gita Shri Krishna says, “Those who see, can see. Those who cannot see, cannot see.” “Ya sha pashyati sa pashyati.” The one who cannot see cannot see. It’s a simple thing. But to a normal human being, we can’t understand that, “I can see everything. Why can’t I see? I see the colors, I see the room, I see everything.” Why it is said that those who can see can see Read More …