The Parable of the Wise Man


        [...] A man was working in his wanted cornfield and he was harvesting the love of the singed grain. Through the step of his enlightening, a thought came and told him a re-calling, but not a hasten in searching…
        The sought place of the Enlightened Joy became troubled when the road that was bounding the field received the step of a passer-by who was in a hurry. What could that be in his step if his hasten is a starting for me? What could that be? This is how the new thought has came in the mind of that who was working in the field of the enlightening of his joy…
        As the step of the too-hasten man passes in front of him, the beloved man embraces the state of mind of the too-hasten man and told him from his field: "If you can embrace the Light with the Deed of your Glory, why is hasten in your step? Can you answer me?" 
        The love of the hasten man looked into the thinking of the man who was questioning and said: "The hasten is not wanted into my step, but, it is better to run now, not to ruin what I have build in time, and I shall come into my step at the enlightening of their searching...If they would want to be "straightened", the content of their living-again will be boundless, if they would not want to, I shall see...
        Have ears to hear the calling and the eyes will be blissful... 

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