“We’re so busy just with the survival of our human self that we sometimes forget to be grateful for the very dear things in our lives—our loved ones, our mates and our children,our parents, and our brothers and sisters.
We forget to be grateful for the little things.”
—Harold Klemp, The Slow Burning Love of God, Mahanta Transcripts, Book 13, Pg. 161
“When you sing HU [pronounced like the word ‘hue’], this name for God, you’re saying, ‘I open myself to the will of God. Not as I will, but as Thou wilt.’ You look to some direction higher than yourself. Prayer is good as long as people use it for gratitude, for thanking God for their blessings.”
—Harold Klemp, What is Spiritual Freedom?, Mahanta Transcripts, Book 11, Pg. 11
“Put away your fear. Put away your doubt. And remember to put away your worry.
You are Soul. Special. One of a kind. So love yourself, love God, and love others. That’s what your stay in this place is to help you learn. So look around and say thank you for all the blessings. Be grateful. Make sure this is a fruitful life. After all, why be here if you won’t?
Such is the wonder of you. Wake up and sing! Glory in this garden of love, because the holy foods are all around. The best is yet to come.”
—Harold Klemp, The Living Word, Book 3, Pg. 8