My Daily Maxims
I have faith in my Master. As he has blessed me with the greatest gift of all – initiation, I will do my best to experience the power of simran and bhajan for myself.
I believe in my Master. As he is the helmsman of my life, if I should find myself perturbed, I promise to remind myself that my Master – my guardian and my protector – would want me to leave my worries to him to sort out.
I trust my Master. As he is doing all he can to help me reach him in Sach Khand, should I become upset by life’s slings and arrows, I will not only try to follow my Master’s example by remaining positive but will remind myself of the karmic divine law. I will smile and think, “Whatsoever is happening is due to my past actions. This is the way to pay off my karmic debt so I may join my Master as quickly as possible.”
My Master loves me. I am no poet, nor can I sing; in fact, I possess no unique talent. Only by doing what he asks, which is to meditate for two and a half hours each day, can I express my love and gratitude to him.