There is a divine sequence running throughout the universe. Within andabove and below the human will incessantly works the Divine will. Tocome into harmony with it and thereby with all the higher laws andforces, to come then into league and to work in conjunction with them,in order that they can work in league and in conjunction with us, is tocome into the chain of this wonderful sequence. This is the secret ofall success. This is to come into the possession of unknown riches,into the realization of undreamed-of powers.
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Here one may often find merry groups of children at play. Here many times tired and weary looking men and women come, and somehow, when they go their faces wear a different expression,--the burden seems to be lifted; and now and then I have heard them when leaving, sometimes in a faint murmur, as if uttering a benediction, say, "God bless our brother-friend." Many speak of this spot as the Garden of God. My friend calls it his Soul Garden, and he spends many hours in quiet here. Often have I seen him after the others have gone, walking to and fro, or sitting quietly in the clear moonlight on an old rustic bench, drinking in the perfume of the wild flowers. He is a man of a beautifully simple nature. He says that here the real things of life come to him, and that here his greatest and most successful plans, many times as by a flash of inspiration, suggest themselves to him.
Everything in the immediate vicinity seems to breathe a spirit of kindliness, comfort, good-will, and good
Beautiful book. Every sentence makes perfect sense. One of the few books which can change one's perspective about life and pave the way towards the highest truth.
It will someday be said of power and truth that it takes us over faster the more we step into its full meaning by observing the struggle with so little of our faith ,denial and innocence.
In Tune With The Infinite is more a following in spiritual qualities than what we might consider most books to be. It's an obvious look into divine intervention by someone who carried the banner and was not put off by the music of life.