Divine sight has no distinction of high and low


When a man is in the plains he sees the lowly grass and the mighty pine-tree and says, ‘How big is the tree and how small is the grass!’ But when he ascends the mountain and looks from its high peak to the plain below, the mighty pine-tree and the lowly grass blend into one indistinct mass of green verdure. So in the sight of worldly men there are differences of rank and position, but when the Divine sight is opened there remains no distinction of high and low. – Swami Ramkrushna Paramhansa



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Post


© 2017. Vedic Upasna. All rights reserved. Origin IT Solution