We pray and we meditate.
We pray for our protection. We meditate on God’s Perfection.
We pray to become divinely great and supremely good. We meditate to realise who we eternally are.
We pray so that we can see the beauty and the divinity of the higher worlds. We meditate so that we can receive invitations from the inner worlds.
When we pray, our Father-Friend lovingly feeds us. When we meditate, we soulfully feed our Father-Friend.
When we pray, our pure hunger itself is our striking success. When we meditate, our sure satisfaction itself is our illumining progress.
Our soulful prayer makes us our Lord’s choice instruments. Our fruitful meditation makes us our Lord’s Vision-Voice.
Our heart’s prayer-cry serves the divine in us. Our life’s meditation-smile awakens and enlightens the human in us.
EHWM 25. State University of New York at Albany; Albany, NY, USA, 4 March 1978↩