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By Sundar Singh

ISBN-10: 0874869986

ISBN-13: 9780874869989

Whilst Sundar Singh disappeared within the Himalayas in 1929, the area mourned. His 23-year pilgrimage as a sadhu had led him via at the least 20 nations on 4 continents. He had profoundly motivated tens of millions of individuals. even though highly renowned in India and Europe in the course of his lifetime, Sundar Singh's writings haven't been available to readers within the English-speaking global for many years. With "Wisdom of the Sadhu", a suite of anecdotes, sayings, parables, and meditations, his spirit has been introduced alive for a brand new iteration. Couched as they're in a rather Indian idiom, his teachings probe the essence of the Gospels with strange freshness and supply insights of serious worth.

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Whilst Sundar Singh disappeared within the Himalayas in 1929, the realm mourned. His 23-year pilgrimage as a sadhu had led him via a minimum of 20 international locations on 4 continents. He had profoundly inspired tens of millions of individuals. even though highly renowned in India and Europe in the course of his lifetime, Sundar Singh's writings haven't been on hand to readers within the English-speaking international for many years.

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Some claim that God is unknowable, but this is ut­ ter nonsense. Such an assertion can only be made on the basis of some kind of limited knowledge of God. If God is completely beyond our knowing, how can we know that he is unknowable? Seeker: Can no one prove to me whether God exists, so that I can know the truth? com  darshana Sadhu: God has no need or desire for anyone to prove his existence. Our arguments are feeble, our minds limited. God could have provided proofs con­ vincing enough, way beyond anything we could imagine.

Such a thought says nothing about the exist­ ence or non-existence of God, but only about the skeptic’s own spiritual blindness and inability to rec­ ognize God. Indeed, atheists deny the existence of God altogether, but they cannot prove their claim that God does not exist. Even if we assume for the sake of argument that they are correct, we would only further the cause of ignorance, not the cause of truth, because what could be a greater waste of time than to try and prove the non-existence of something that doesn’t even exist?

But the child answered: “No! No! My mother has better food than these mangoes and her love is far sweeter than all these flowers. ” When his mother heard these words, she rushed out, embraced him, and smothered him with kisses. At that moment, the garden became a paradise. This world is like a great garden full of wonderful and beautiful flowers, but we cannot find true joy in it until we meet God.

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