Question: Are you really looking for quality rather than a large number of disciples?

Sri Chinmoy: This is absolutely true. I always look for quality and not quantity. I have come across thousands and thousands of seekers, many who were very sincere, but they were not meant for our path. Out of seventy thousand or more whom I have come across, I have accepted only seven hundred disciples. I feel that when I go to God, He will not ask me how many disciples I have; He will ask only about those who are meant for me. The Boss has asked me to do one particular thing and I will do that very thing. He will ask me about those for whom I am responsible and I will answer, “Yes, these are the persons that You asked me to take and I have done it.” I care for quality and not for quantity. We always say that it is quality that God appreciates.

Sri Chinmoy, A twentieth-century seeker.First published by Agni Press in 1977.

This is the 339th book that Sri Chinmoy has written since he came to the West, in 1964.

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