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The House is On Fire: Selections from “The Light of Kirpal” by Sant Kirpal Singh Ji (vegetarian), Part 1 of 2

2022-12-21
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Sant Kirpal Singh Ji Maharaj (vegetarian) was a disciple of the well-known Master of Beas, Hazur Maharaj Sawan Singh Ji (vegetarian). This book, “The Light of Kirpal,” contains 87 question and answer sessions between Sant Kirpal Singh Ji (vegetarian) and His disciples from 1969 to 1971.

“We are, in fact, in a prison. The house (the ephemeral world) is on fire. Humans should not ask who has set fire to the house. It is better to get out of the house and then inquire. Instead of inquiring who lit the fire and why he lit it, come out; get out of this danger, this house. Transcend. Go into It. Then you’ll know many things.”

“[Humankind] will have to learn at a very high cost, in due course. They will come round, but at a very high cost, I tell you. These things lead where? To destruction. Don't you think so? In due course, when these things go on from day to day, more and more, they result in destruction. Too many conflicts will arise. It is growing more and more. Right understanding is the only remedy. Unless you come to that, there is no peace.”

“The only thing is, we say something and then do something else. That’s the trouble. If the governments really want peace, then where’s the trouble? They should avoid encroaching on the rights of others; live and let others live; make their country so advanced and peace-giving that everybody else would like to come there.”

Sant Kirpal Singh Ji answered: “This is hope: there are Saints, of course. Those who turn their faces to Him, who stand at His door... But I’m talking of the general state of affairs. The trend in which it is going will end in disaster, headlong down daily. They speak of peace, they speak with their lips, but they act otherwise. ‘Mohammedan countries form an alliance.’ ‘All Christian countries form an alliance.’ There’s trouble going on everywhere. […] If we think we are all one, then where is the trouble? Right understanding is required; there’s no other remedy; and His Grace. This is what the Masters did in the past. They went out and gave people right understanding and also ‘wake up.’”
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