“If we will just stay open and listen to the ECK [Divine Spirit], the help is there to show us how to play the video game of life. We need only be humble enough to listen.
When we run into trouble, it’s generally because we are too proud to listen, too unwilling to give up something of the little self. Yet the sooner we can learn to give up and let go, the quicker and easier is our path home to God.”
—Harold Klemp, Cloak of Consciousness, Mahanta Transcripts, Book 5, Pg. 172
“Those who serve the ECK are able to see the miracles that take place when something needs to be done. About all you can say is, ‘I am thy humble servant, SUGMAD [God].'”
—Harold Klemp, Unlocking the Puzzle Box, Mahanta Transcripts, Book 6, Pg. 150
“The highest goodness in man, like water, is characterized by humility. A good man or a good king is self-effacing, like the ECK. Consequently, his object is peace; and the picture of peace consists of families secure on their land and the the people thoughtful, kind, and sincere.”
—The Shariyat-Ki-Sugmad, Book 1 & 2, Pg. 415