Black Spirituality Religion : Knowledge is more important than miracle.

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  1. dattaswami1

    dattaswami1 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Knowledge is more important than miracle.

    Knowledge is more important than miracle. The miracle gives only information about the concept of unimaginable power which is wonderful. When the imagination fails the wonder is generated Maya means wonderful and there by it means unimaginable. By this Maya, the possessor of Maya (Mayin) is inferred. Thus, miracle gives the inference of the existence of unimaginable God. But this alone is not sufficient. Knowledge consists of three components.

    One is God (goal), the second is the soul (traveler) and the third is the path to please God. These three items (Triputi) forms the whole structure of knowledge. The soul cannot get the grace of the Lord unless the three components are perfectly realized. In miracle, you have understood only about the existence of unimaginable God, who can never be worshipped or served. Therefore, the real form of God is also not known even in that one component known by miracle.

    The knowledge gives the real form of God as human incarnation. By the knowledge you can know that your self is not God already. By the knowledge only you can know that the practical sacrifice is only path to please the God. Therefore the miracle is useful to just enlighten one aspect of one component (God) only. For atheists only these miracles are necessary who do not believe even in the basic existence of God.

    At the Lotus Feet of His Holiness Sri Dattaswami

    Anil Antony

    Universal Spirituality for World Peace
  2. Angela22

    Angela22 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    What's most important is faith and belief; for these lead unto knowledge of the Father and the Son. Having faith in the One who sacrificed His body for our iniquity, and belief in the One who was resurrected from the dead, so that salvation may be ours and redemption not far is what any and all who seek wisdom must hold.