And yet I remember when we were on vacation just recently, we were just on the beach. And for Hansi, we would make the tunnels and castles and everything. And I was just playing in the sand, and I just took a fistful of sand and I said - I took it and I dropped it back on the beach and I said, "I just changed the whole universe, the whole structure of the universe. Universe is not going to be the same again." Marolyn was right next to me and she said, "Oh yeah, but that's always happening." And it's just like, if you shift one grain of sand from the beach, you've changed the whole structure of the universe. It's not the same. Because in that whole universe, where that one grain of sand used to be, it's not at the same place. And therefore, technically, or however you put it, you've changed the whole universe…

And yet, just as that one grain of sand has the capacity, just as that one grain has the capability of changing the structure of the entire universe, purpose, significance, we have some significance too. There is a significance attached to us, too, to why are we in this earth. Why are we in this world? Why are we here? Why are we present? Why are we breathing?

 

Guru Maharaj Ji Memorial Day, 5/28/78