There is suffering, yet there is One

I am not oblivious to the horrors of the world and I don’t understand why there needs to be so much suffering. Yet my intimate experience of the Mystery is so strong that I just have to admit, though I don’t understand this suffering, that it is all part of the One.  At the same time, I do my best to alleviate suffering in others and in myself.

One Comment on “There is suffering, yet there is One

  1. From my perspective running a charity in a poor part of the world, suffering tears at my heart often. But my experience as a Yogi bows to your wisdom, that everything ‘is as it is’. Humans create poverty and war. Your work, Swami Nishchalananda, to help us gain the wisdom to see that all are our sisters and brothers, is a profound step to create change.

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