"...However, this deepening sense of religion, this more perfect submission to the divine will in all things, affects only those of higher intelligence who have breadth of view enough to comprehend the vastness of the universe and the littleness of man. Small minds cannot grasp great ideas; to their narrow comprehension, their purblind vision, nothing seems really great and important but themselves. Such minds hardly rise to religion at all. They are indeed, drilled by their betters into an outward conformity with its precepts and a verbal profession of its tenets; but at heart they cling to their old magical superstitions, which may be discountenanced and forbidden, but cannot be eradicated by religion, so long as they have their roots deep down in the mental framework and constitution of the great majority of mankind."
- Mr. Karamchamjani "Shanti Saden" Road 36 Bandra Bombay - 50 India
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