Saturday, August 1, 2009

Baba on the manned Moon Flight



"Now men are planning to go to the Moon. And the first to get there will plant his nation's flag on it, and that nation will declare: 'It is mine.' But another nation will dispute the claim, and they will fight here on this Earth for possession of that Moon. And whoever goes there, what will he find? Nothing but himself. And if people go on to Venus, they will still find nothing but themselves. Whether men soar to outer space or dive to the bottom of the deepest ocean, they will find themselves as they are, unchanged, because they will not have forgotten themselves nor remembered to exercise the charity of forgiveness." (Meherazad, 31 August 1962)


Click image to enlarge and get the full impact of the feeling of man finding only himself


"And whoever goes there, what will he find? Nothing but himself."

See also: Fighting for Possession of the Moon.

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