136. Scarcity of Knowledge

I do not know where I came from and I do not know where my di nation lies. Such knowledge which does not have a fear of lo something and does not have a fear of getting something is, in fact, knowledge at all. If our scarcity of knowledge is so great, then would we be able to go deep into the ocean of reality? To possess knowledge, it is necessary to know where we were before our birth where we go after our death.




What is the universe? It is a point, and this point is a divine light, and the divine light is itself a light.

Every point is the imprint of luminescence (Tajalli). When this imprint transforms itself into the divine light then it becomes Aura (Jism-e-Misali). The display of the Aura is the physical body.

The physical body is built up as a structure of bones, flesh, and muscle. The skin is a kind of plaster and color on this building. The life of the human being who is made up of veins, arteries, nerves, bones, and flesh, is nothing except senses.