Gary’s conversation with God

“God, I wish to tell You a secret. Tell me that You won’t tell it to anyone.”

“Yes, Gary, I promise to you that I will not tell a thing to anybody about your secret.”

“Sure? Will You keep Your Promise?”

“Absolutely.”

“God, my Guru has told me that in my last life I was the father of my grandfather, and that is why my grandfather and I love each other so much. God, can You tell me like my Guru, who I was in my last life?”

“Your Guru has already told you about that. Since I have to tell you the same thing, I shall get no credit from you. I wish to surprise you by telling you about your future. I wish to tell you that you will become a very good friend of your Guru’s. He will be your best friend on earth.”

“Will he be my best friend?”

“Yes, he will.”

“God, You have told me such a nice thing. I thank You not once, but one hundred times.”

Sri Chinmoy, Children's conversations with God.First published by Agni Press in 1971.

This is the 6th book that Sri Chinmoy has written since he came to the West, in 1964.

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