A meditative mind is silent. It is not the silence
which thought can conceive of; it is not the silence
of a still evening; it is the silence when
thought—with all its images, its words and
perceptions—has entirely ceased.
This meditative mind is the religious mind—the
religion that is not touched by the church,
the temples or by chants.
The religious mind is the explosion of love.
It is this love that knows no separation.
To it, far is near.
It is not the one or the many, but rather that state
of love in which all division ceases.
Like beauty, it is not of the measure of words.
From this silence alone the meditative mind acts.
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