By M. R. Bawa Muhaiyaddeen
Real love, Forgiveness, Cultivating the center, and everlasting Youth;comprise a suite of discourses that provide a glimpse into many of the wonders of God. the character and secret of God s love is defined a love that doesn't holiday or fail, an never-ending, unfathomable love with out situation or attachment. within the bankruptcy titled Forgiveness, M.R. Bawa Muhaiyaddeen (Ral), explains that God doesn't punish us or forsake us, yet treats us with unlimited endurance, and keeps to forgive the faults we dedicate out of lack of expertise, until eventually the final breath.
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Diskan thought it must be dead, or close to it. The furred one got to its feet, giving a little cry of pain when a front paw touched the ground. But it moved in spite of its injuries to the side of the dead thing, sniffing at the upturned snout and then at its throat—as if it, too, were undecided as to what had put an end to the peril. Diskan retrieved his club-spear before he ventured to approach the body. He had to struggle against revulsion before he could touch that unwholesome corpse. At the point where his weapon had thudded home on the neck, his fingers found a softened area.
He opened his bag of rations. To offer its contents to the busy furred ones would be to exhaust his provisions in perhaps one meal, but he hesitated as he picked out a tube, glancing at the wounded one. His concern was unnecessary. A head, held high because of a wriggling silver thing gripped in the mouth, appeared in the firelight. The captive was tossed down before the patient, who, with a thump of the paw, stilled the offering and then proceeded to dine. Diskan ate, fed the fire, and watched the comings and goings of the furred ones.
The why Diskan could not tell—for some long vanished aircraft, for communication between distant points of land? But it was very old, and it was the work of intelligence. So, it could be that he was not alone, that more than his animal visitor had once moved with purpose along this rocky spine. Diskan walked around the column. In a patch of snow on the other side was a single clawed footprint, a signature and a signpost. And beyond, as timeworn as the columns, were the traces of a way, cut here and there through the rock, leading along the crest of the heights.