„The Source is God, who is all Love.“

—  Sri Chinmoy, The Wings of Joy (1997), Context: Life is nothing but the expansion of love. We can cultivate divine love by entering into the Source. The Source is God, who is all Love.
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Sri Chinmoy
Indiano espiritual professor, filósofo e guru 1931 - 2007

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