Frasi di Prem Rawat
Data di nascita: 10. Dicembre 1957
Prem Rawat è oratore.
Frasi Prem Rawat
„Io ho questo sogno, che ogni civiltà, che tutte le persone del mondo vivano in pace. A coloro che mi dicono che forse è un ideale irraggiungibile. Io rispondo: "Se anche fosse così, è l'unico ideale che valga la pena perseguire". (all'Università di Salamanca, Spagna, 30 giugno 2003) Fonte ulteriore?“
„La vita è un viaggio. Siamo passeggeri di un treno chiamato vita, e viviamo in un momento chiamato adesso. Il viaggio della vita è così bello da non aver bisogno di una destinazione.“
articolo in The Time of India, 2004
„Tutti parliamo di pace, ma ci sono moltissime interpretazioni sulla parola pace. La sete di pace è in noi, e sta a noi avere rispetto e comprensione di cosa significhi ogni momento in cui siamo vivi. Abbiamo svenduto la pace in nome del benessere, ma la formula giusta è sempre stata: 'prima la pace e poi il benessere'. (Senato della Repubblica, Sala Zuccari, Palazzo Giustiniani, Roma, 27 aprile 2007) Fonte ulteriore?“
„You’re the captain. Get over the helm and start steering. Take control. There’s something going on here you can he a part of. You don’t have to see this thing run up on coral reefs, one time after another after another after another. This one is all yours. You’ve got it. And the clock is running. And it’s going to stop, invariably. But right now, you’re alive. Enjoy. Enjoy this existence. Enjoy this love. It is the deed of incredible compassion that you are here on the face of this earth. You have invested in many things. Maybe won, maybe lost. Maybe it’s time to invest in life because what you invest here will always he yours.“
Montreal, Quebec, Canada, March 6, 1988
„This peace is not the absence of anything. Real peace is the presence of something beautiful. Both peace and the thirst for it have been in the heart of every human being in every century and every civilization.“
Address to faculty, students and guests at Harvard University's Sanders Theater (August 2004)
„To live this life, my friends, you have to have a genuine passion. Nothing artificial. To live this life, to love this life, you have to have a genuine passion. People think Kabir was so wonderful because he was uneducated and yet he said all these wonderful things. Do you think it would have been different had Kabir gone to Yale and Oxford? If so, you missed the point. The point isn't whether he was educated or not, because, in the truest sense, he was very educated. More educated than most people. The point is that passion. Maybe you won't be able to write like Kabir, but you can feel the same passion. Passion is the point. That love is the point. That feeling is the point. That is achievable by everyone sitting in this hall, and in the city of London, and on this planet Earth. That passion. That love. That awakening. That joy.“
London, United Kingdom, Jun 13, 1998
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„I am just an ordinary human being, with two legs, two eyes, and I work, and I voluntary put myself here so that I can reveal this Knowledge to people, I think because people need it. People have forgotten what this Knowledge is. And I am just teaching them perfectness, and that’s why they called me Perfect Master. And as a matter of fact, I am Perfect Master because I can reveal them this peace. Not saying that I am bodily perfect. I’m not saying I’m... I am perfect because of this reason or that reason, but simply one reason: because I can reveal them this Knowledge, which is perfect.“
London, UK 13 July, 1973
„Q: What would you say to Bin Laden and George Bush?
A: I have to look at them as human beings. What one person had done for the world, is terrible, but for my perspective … if it was morning I would say "good morning" and if it was afternoon I would say, "good afternoon"
A: That's all. It is not my place to judge them.
Q: Thank you very much, Maharaji.“
"In Conversation", TV interview by Rajiv Mehrotra, Doordarshan Television News, India, 3 March 2006.
„I need my anchor because without the anchor, the boat will drift away. I need stability in my life. I need that one place that I can call home. In that home, it feels good. I can rest. I can take off my shoes. I can rest my weary body. We all also have a home within that feels good, where we can rest. For those few minutes, we can close the door and we can say to the world, 'Stand by.' For those few minutes, we can be where we want to be and love that feeling. And in those few minutes, we can look at our Creator and say, 'Thank you for this life. Thank you for what you have given me.“
And feel the thankfulness fill us.
Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire, Africa July 31, 1989
„People think God is a man. People think God has got ears, nose, teeth and he rises daily in the morning, brushes his teeth and washes his mouth. And he is an old man and he has a beard. All these things people think. But no, God is energy. God is perfect and pure energy.“
Central Hall, Westminster, London, UK, November 2, 1971
„Dear premies, I guess this is the last night of this festival, of this Guru Puja and really, what have we understood? Really, in one way, what can we understand? What is there to understand? And it's just like sometimes you just feel, Understand? When I use the word understand … But there is nothing to understand! And if there is something to understand, there is only one thing to understand, and that is to surrender!“
The essence of everything., Dortmund Germany October 1, 1978, published by the DLM in The Golden Age No 51, February 1979
„That feeling of surrender is there, has to be there. We all want that. We all want to let go. And in that feeling alone… Maybe you call it peace. Maybe you call it satisfaction. Maybe you call it anything. But it’s a feeling of “let go,” when the whole world becomes that tranquil world that’s liveable.“
Holi Festival, Miami, Florida, USA, April 8, 1979
„The greatest problem all around the world today, whether in America, Japan, China, Russia, India or anywhere else in the world, is that people are not in peace. People want peace. Today, if two people fight, the government is supposed to settle them down. But when governments fight, who is going to settle them down? The only one who can settle the governments down is the Perfect Master, the incarnation of God Himself, who comes to Earth to save mankind.“
Tokyo, Japan, October 3, 1972 (And it is Divine, July 1973)
„This whole sphere, this whole world of Knowledge and the Master and, practicing, and devotion, and participation and all that— This is traditionally in India is called the path of devotion, bhakti marg. All the Masters came from this. All the Sikh gurus came from this. All the Masters you talked about came from this. It is regarded as the highest path, inclusive of Buddha— Because any time, any time there is a Master, wants to talk about a living thing, boomf. That's where they find themselves. And, amazingly, enough, it is not called the path of enlightenment, and it is not called the path of Knowledge, and it is not called the path of service, and all of those things, inclusive, it is then given the name. And the name is devotion.“
Origine: No Apprehension broadcasted in March 2002, recording date unknown
„God made the mind but He never made a stoplight. And when He saw that 'There is no stop in this mind which I have made,' He was very sorry. He had to take a form. The form of Guru is nobody but Himself, the whole that you want to see. The whole power is now in the form of a body. That is the body which is the 'Supremest' of all, and its duties, works are not like those of humanity.“
(responding to a question about the word satguru), Alta Loma Terrace Satsang, 1971 - reproduced from Elan Vital magazine, vol. II, issue 1
„For all of us who are alive, life is the real issue. Yet so often we judge our existence by the things that happen to us—by whether things are going our way or not. Sometimes we feel strong—strong enough to dictate our future. Sometimes we feel that we can make things happen. Then there are times when we feel totally helpless. But through all the dramas and bumps, there is life. There is the very powerful, very existence of every single human being.“
Toronto, Ontario, Canada May 27, 1994