The absolute is in itself indefinable by reason, ineffable to the speech; it has to be approached through experience.
Action solves the difficulties which action creates. Inaction can only paralyse and delay.
To be in full union with the Divine is the final aim.
The nearer we get to the absolute Ananda, the greater becomes our joy in man and the universe.
The artificiality of much in human life is the cause of its most deepseated maladies; it is not faithful to itself or sincere with Nature and therefore it stumbles and suffers.