Love is the greatest mystery in life. I mean, to love is quite natural but our life is not quite so natural. We identify ourselves with the ego but the ego cannot love at all. …

Peace is the natural state of mind,
lack of peace the normal state.
The whole art of living consists
in making the natural more normal. …

On my departure I want it said:
Don’t make too much fuss about this. I’m fine.
So are you.
No matter what we seem to experience here none of it is real. …

The world does not exist outside my own mind. What appears to me as a world is at every moment the faithful representation of my thoughts. This goes as far as imagining myself here in a mortal body. …

Seeing fear as the enemy will keep it very much alive. It’s like fighting the ego and thereby only reinforcing it because fighting is nothing but ego. …

The more I fear or hate something,
the more I attract it.
The more I try to get rid of anything,
the more I get involved with it.
This is how hell works. …

Is there anyone around today, not an infant anymore, who is not living in the past? I never see what is now. My perception is exclusively based on thoughts of the past. …

I don’t have to earn God’s Love because not for a moment would it be possible to exist apart from Love. …

In stillness we awaken from the dream of restlessness.
A noisy mind is fast asleep, not aware of anything, completely caught up in the chaotic dream world of its own making. …

Whatever I have truly loved in time
is now part of me forever.
Love is the only reality, and
Love’s creations are eternal. …