Through the grace of God alone, the desire for nonduality arises in wise men to save them from great fear.
All is verily the absolute Self, Distinction and nondistinction do not exist.
The essence and the whole of Vedanta is this Knowledge, this supreme knowledge: that I am by nature the formless, all pervasive Self.
I indeed am immutable and infinite and of the form of pure Intelligence. I do not know how or in relation to whom Joy and Sorrow exist.
Thus you are One. Why then do you not understand that you are the unchangeable One, equally perceived in all? O Mighty One, how can you, who are ever-shining, unrestricted, think of day and night?