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To make life divine what is required an inner change not an outer one. Swami Chidananda

When man listens, God speaks. When man empties himself, God fills his entire being. When God enters man and fills man’s entire being, man is no more man, but becomes light itself.

To make life divine requires an inner change of location not an outer one.

Once dyed, a white cloth cannot change its colour. Meditation is like that. It is dyeing our entire personality in the color of divinity.

When your spirit begins to be like a bird, fluttering  against the bars of its cage, there comes into you an inner hunger. That is grace. It is the commencement of inner awakening.

Source - It's All One Man's Job By Sandra Heber-Percy