True Politics: Servants Everywhere

ADI DA SAMRAJ: No individual should live as the superior, or the inferior, or even the equal, of all others. Rather, each should live as the intimate servant of others through love. The true politics of human relationships is the politics of servants everywhere–everyone serving, and every one served.
In the Way of the Heart, there is no superior person by virtue of experience, because experience is not the process of Satsang with Me. Satsang with Me is a sacred Condition into Which all My devotees enter and in Which all enjoy the same privilege and responsibility. 
Therefore, it is your responsibility to love and to be free and to break down the cult of experience, whether you have been My devotee for years or for three and a half days
The Way of the Heart is the Way of life in which you lose face in each moment, in which you are My serving devotee, the servant of the Divine Person, dependent upon the Service of the Divine Person. 


Unless such a literal and conscious and Ecstatic 
and face-losing affair appears in every moment as your life, 
you are not doing sadhana in the Way of the Heart.
My Work is with all My devotees. They are all necessary participants, not just the most advanced, or the most mature, the renunciates. All. I Love all My devotees, and I accept and embrace them all in the particularity of their practice of the Way of the Heart.
You must love one another, have compassion for your limitations and the limitations of others, and forget about the fact that you are not perfect, and neither is anyone else. 
There need not be perfection on Earth for Happiness Itself to Exist. All that is necessary is your Communion with Me, with That Which Is Inherently Perfect.


Avatar Adi Da Samraj
Excerpts from “The Incarnation of Love”
1993


©2010 ASA
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