A great sage once told me that not one in twenty million in this world believe in God. I asked why, and he told me, "Suppose there is a thief in this room, and he gets to know there is a mass of gold in the next room, and only a very thin partition between the two rooms; what will be the condition of that thief ? " I answered, "He will not be able to sleep at all; his brain will be actively thinking of some means of getting at the gold, and he will think of nothing else." Then he replied, "Do you believe that a man could believe in God and not go mad to get him? If a man sincerely believes that there is that immense, infinite mine of Bliss, and that It can be reached, would not that man go mad in his struggle to reach it?"
Belief in God - Famous Quotes, Philosophy by Vivekananda
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