„Love is our true essence. This love does not have any limitations of caste, creed, colour or religion. We are all beads strung on the same thread of love. Awaken that unity and spread the message of love and service.“

http://www.amritavarsham.org/ Frontpage of an official website
Love
Variante: Love is our true essence. This love does not have any limitations of caste, creed, colour or religion. We are all beads strung on the same thread of love. Awaken that unity and spread the message of love and service.

Amritanandamayi Foto
Amritanandamayi
indischer Avatar-Guru 1953

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