wanting discussion – and responding by relying on the other’s own direct experience – the greatest sage of all

Reblogging this…Thank you dearest George πŸ™πŸ€—

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Discussion is for those who say, β€œWhat I say is right, and what you say is wrong.” A sage never says such a thing hence, there is no discussion.

Bowl of Saki, May 24, by Hazrat Inayat Khan

Commentary by Hazrat Inayat Khan:

Once I was with a sage whom many people went to see. He pleased them all, and he was not fond of disputing or discussing, because to a sage there is nothing to discuss. Discussion is for those who say, β€˜What I say is right, and what you say is wrong.’ A sage never says such a thing; hence there is no discussion. But the world is always fighting and discussing and disputing.

Many would come and try to dispute with him, but he did his best to avoid dispute. I was very fond of listening to his way of dealing with inquirers. My friends wanted to…

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3 thoughts on “wanting discussion – and responding by relying on the other’s own direct experience – the greatest sage of all

  1. OH! I LOVE George, dear Krishna!!! Thank You!!! I’m off to read the rest! Sending HUGE hugs and so much Love Your way!!! πŸ€—β€οΈπŸ™πŸΌ

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