(Dec. 1962) Divine love is the gift of God to man. It can be compared with the grace of the Sadguru which enables man to realize God in a flash. The true lover of God (Mard-e-Khuda) is he whose whole life has become like dust. The agony of love is so dear to him that, although it burns him to ashes, he will not part with it for anything. Although it may make him an outcast from society, a stranger to sleep, hunger and comfort, he prizes this blissful torture above all things in creation. Only God can implant this divine love in the human heart.
The lover continually burns within himself in the fire of divine love. But the wonder is, that despite leading such a life of consummation, the real lover keeps it hidden within himself as an invaluable treasure. He does not want to give it up. His burning within is blissful, although in its fire he ultimately becomes the very dust.
Even such heroes do not obtain my grace. Out of millions, only a rare one gets this nazar, this grace. This path is not for the weak and the faint-hearted! Where even the Mard-e-Khuda is unsuccessful in gaining my grace, what to say of you people here? My nazar is always there on all of you, but it is an entirely different nazar, a different grace from the grace which makes one realize the Self in a fraction of a second.
Lord Meher, American ed., Bhau Kalchuri, Vol. 18, pp. 6064 – 6066.