|December 30, 2004 |
Fulton, MO: Ghanshyambhai's home
In a letter to Jashbhai Saheb and other students in Vidyanagar (Patra Sanjivani letter 28), Kakaji quoted what Rudyard Kipling (1907 Nobel Prize Winner for Literature) had stated in a commencement ceremony for graduate students at McGill University: "You are most concerned about money, power, position, and glory. The whole world is deeply interested in these things. But you will come across some person, somewhere, who has no concern for these precious and cherished worldly things of yours. Then you will feel and experience how poor and how miserable you are before him." In this way Kakaji directed students to Yogi Bapa and urged them to discover true wealth.