"To the Infinite"
-- from a poem by Swami Vivekananda
"To the infinite born heir art thou. Within thy heart swells the ocean of
the unbounded love. From highest Brahman to the worm all things with love
are interfused. Friend offer body, mind and soul in constant worship at
their feet. Thy God is here before thee now, revealed in all these myriad
forms. Rejecting these where seekest thou his presence. He who freely shares
his love with every living thing proffers true service unto God. After long
searches here and there, in temples and churches, in earths and in heavens,
at last you come back completing the circle from where you started to your
own soul and find that he for whom you have been seeking all over the world,
for whom you have been weeping and praying in temples and churches, on whom
you were looking at the mystery of mysteries shrouded in the clouds, is your
own self, the nearest of the near the reality of your life body and soul.
After long searches here and there in temples and churches in earths and in
heavens at last you come back completing the circle from where you started
to your own soul to your own soul. To the infinite born heir art thou."