The Lord, it was said, punishes some and favours others. Let Me tell you, the Lord does neither. He is like the current in this electric wire. It rotates the fan and makes one’s life cooled; it operates the electric chair and makes one’s life shorter. It has no wish to allay the warmth of the atmosphere; it has no eagerness to kill. The Lord’s grace is like the wind that blows. Roll up your sails, and the boat lies limp and lame; unfurl them, and it moves faster and faster. It is like light: One person does good using the illumination; another executes an evil plan with its help. Have an “inner day” (let the light shine within like it is during the day) but an “outer night” (let the world outside be dark for you). The Vedas teach you this truth and impart the discipline needed to attain this fortune.