Mr. Robert Muller: Do you think the U.N. exercises a real influence in the world? What is, in your view, its principal contribution? How does it appear to you in the great stream of history and human evolution?

Sri Chinmoy: Not only do I think, but I am positive in my soulful statement that the United Nations exercises certain influences in the world. These are the vision of peace, the mission of brotherhood, the sense of perfection in a oneness-world-family and the total satisfaction of complete oneness.

The principal contribution of the United Nations is the hope-sky that it offers to the world at large. This hope-sky is not a product of vital fantasies, mental vagaries or the idiosyncrasies of weaklings. This hope-sky is the all-illumining revelation of the United Nations soul. The seeker-servers at the United Nations — no matter in which capacity they are serving the U.N. — and the supporter-lovers of the United Nations — no matter in which part of the world they are — are seeing a glimpse of the U.N. soul’s all-illumining revelation. And each glimpse embodies a growing and glowing fulness-satisfaction in man’s life of inner hunger and his life of outer feast.

In the great stream of history and human evolution the contribution of the United Nations is not only to be the great and ultimate pathfinder of the ultimate Truth, but also the good and supreme bliss-distributor of humanity’s Divinity.

Sri Chinmoy, Two God-servers and man-lovers.First published by Agni Press in 1977.

This is the 365th book that Sri Chinmoy has written since he came to the West, in 1964.

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