“Eye cannot see IT, tongue cannot utter IT, mind cannot grasp IT.
There is no way to learn or teach IT.
IT is different from the known, beyond the unknown.
In this all the ancient masters agree.
That which makes the tongue speak but which cannot be spoken by the tongue – that alone is God, not what people worship.
That which makes the mind think but which cannot be thought by the mind - that alone is God, not what people worship.
That which makes the eye see but which cannot be seen by the eye - that alone is God, not what people worship.
That which makes the ear hear but cannot be heard by the ear - that alone is God, not what people worship.
If you think that you know God, you know very little; all you can now are ideas and images of God.
I do not know God, nor can I say that I don’t know IT.
If you understand the meaning of “I neither know nor don’t know” you understand God.
Those who realize that God cannot be known, truly know; those who claim that they know, know nothing.
The ignorant think that God can be grasped by the mind; the wise know IT beyond knowledge.
When you see that God acts through you at every moment, in every movement of mind or body, you attain true freedom.
When you realize the truth, and cling to nothing in the world, you enter eternal life.”