Lose self, Find Self—True Wonder

by Ahamed Muhaiyaddeen

"If for example a man should come heavily burdened with goods then there must be someone to help him unload the goods, so that the assistance of someone else is imperative. But if a person should come unburdened without any goods, then there is no necessity for a helper to unload the goods. It is only when a heavy burden is carried on the head that one finds it most difficult to sit down or stand straight, or bend or walk, or do anything, so that the assistance of someone is solicited to unload the . . .


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