JK Meditation - Page: 36
- One must be alone, but this aloneness is not isolation.
This aloneness implies freedom from the world of greed, hate and violence with all its subtle ways, and from aching loneliness and despair.
To be alone is to be an outsider who does not belong to any religion or nation, to any belief or dogma.
It is this aloneness that comes upon an innocency that has never been touched by the mischief of man.
It is innocency that can live in the world, with all its turmoil, and yet not be of it.
It is not clothed in any particular garb.
The flowering of goodness does not lie along any path, for there is no path to truth.