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Date Posted: 08:38
Author: seeker-20Jul02
Subject: Re: a question!
In reply to: Hendrik-20Jul02 's message, "Re: a question!" on 08:37

Even Vivekananda says the same thing. The personal aspect is included in the advatist idea of god. He also says that there is a certain sweetness in the personal aspect. He talks about Ramakrishna having realized the absolute impersonal spirit and yet dwelling in the personal just for experiencing the sweetness.

I recall reading this in "The complete works of Swami Vivekananda". Apologies for not being able to quote the exact lines.
-seeker.

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