Paramahansa Yogananda was a sad person. For two reasons, the two sides of the same coin: he had something that he wanted to share, and it wasn’t shareable.
His words are simply his idea what made him the way he was, and the words did not communicate. Did not do for others what they, he thought, did for him.
So, slowly but surely, his words became a lie. Now, he himself wasn’t the way he said people should be: he had sadness, grieving, devastation move into his heart.
And greed… wanting. Wanting it to be different. Wanting that burning go away from his throat and his upper chest.
And then it all fell apart… and what remained is pretense.
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