As spiritual aspirants, what is the highest wealth we must acquire assiduously? Bhagawan lovingly explains to us today.
People are unable to perceive Divinity everywhere because of two defects: (1) They overlook their innumerable mistakes, (2) They magnify the minutest mistake of others. One can attain Divinity only when one stops hiding their mistakes and highlighting the faults of others. It is a great sin to search for others’ faults. Instead, look for your own. Consider your smallest defect as a great blunder and try to rectify the same. Ignore the faults in others however big they may be. Do not criticise others; instead, criticise and question yourself – Having been born as a human being, is this the way I should behave? The true spiritual practice lies in finding out one’s own mistakes and correcting them. It involves giving up evil tendencies and developing noble traits. That is ‘sa-dhana’ (spiritual practice). ‘Sa ‘ symbolises Divinity, which is the embodiment of all forms of wealth (dhana).
– Divine Discourse, Mar 12, 2002.