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81: O My Servant! The Basest Of Men Are They That Yield No Fruit
O MY SERVANT! The basest of men are they that yield n...

O My Well-beloved! Thou Hast Breathed Thy
O My Well-Beloved! Thou hast breathed Thy Breath into...

Praised Be Thou, O Lord My God! Thou Beholdest
Praised be Thou, O Lord my God! Thou beholdest my per...

We, Verily, Have Come For Your Sakes, And Have Borne
WE, verily, have come for your sakes, and have borne ...

How can one increase in faith? You must strive. A ...

These people, however, have turned aside from all this a...

I Know Not, O My God, What The Fire Is Which
I know not, O my God, what the Fire is which Thou did...


And should the servant ascend to even loftier heights, quit this
mortal world of dust, and seek to ascend unto the celestial abode, he will
then pass from this city into the City of Absolute Nothingness, that is,
of dying to self and living in God. In this station, this most exalted
habitation, this journey of utter self-effacement, the wayfarer forgetteth
his soul, spirit, body, and very being, immerseth himself in the sea of
nothingness, and liveth on earth as one unworthy of mention. Nor will one
find any sign of his existence, for he hath vanished from the realm of the
visible and attained unto the heights of self-abnegation.

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