Every purpose has a birth and death

July 28, 2013 Comments Off on Every purpose has a birth and death

Every purpose has a birth and death; therefore, God is beyond purpose.

Bowl of Saki, July 26, by Hazrat Inayat Khan

Commentary by Pir-o-Murshid Inayat Khan:

Then again it may be said, there is a purpose above each purpose, and there is again a purpose under each purpose; and yet beyond and beneath all purposes there is no purpose.

from  http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/I/I_I_2.htm

That which we call composition and decomposition and construction and destruction of things, all those are due to change, one thing turning into another. There is no such thing as death or real decomposition or destruction. It may be destruction of that particular object, but although that part which appeared in certain form or color has changed, it is not the true elements of the thing which have changed. Therefore birth and death, composing and decomposing form the constant changes in the appearance of things of life.

from  http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/archives/constancy.htm

The difference between the life known to the generality and the life which is unknown is that of illusion and reality. Man mocks at the idea if he be told that all this is illusion, until he dives deep and finds out by comparison that this life which is subject to birth and death and subject to changes is a life and yet no life. This life is like a bubble in the sea. The bubble is existent and yet in reality non-existent when compared with the sea. And yet we cannot say that the bubble is non-existent, for it merges in the same sea in which it once appeared; so nothing takes it away but its own source and its original being.

from  http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/XIII/XIII_21.htm

There is only one being, God, who is above birth and death; all else is subject to the law of birth and death.

from  http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/V/V_13.htm

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