WORSHIP FROM THE HEART
The average man should follow his creed, whatever it be, in all sincerity, regardless of rewards to come and with only the aim and object of: "I want nothing but you (God)." But when I speak about following one's creed I mean that everyone should be free to base his worship on the religious ideals and methods that appeal to him most; and not that one would stop dead at believing or disbelieving in certain statements in a particular scripture about subjects that are generally beyond the sphere of the intellect. It is the act of worship from the heart, and not thoughts and beliefs, that counts in the religious province.
TREASURES, pp. 63-64, ed. Jane Haynes
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