• There are two things on which my time was well-spent: the tanbur and spiritual practice.
  • Chance and coincidence do not exist; there is a cause and a reason for everything.
  • The more we expand and deepen our knowledge, the more we become aware of our own insignificance.
  • True meaning must be inherently realized; it cannot be conveyed through words.
  • It is mistaken to withdraw into seclusion, deprive oneself of everything, and then claim to be virtuous; what counts is to live among society but still remain virtuous.
  • This is not a path of words, but of deeds; only through action can progress be realized.
  • My approach resembles a new field of medicine that is based on years of asceticism, experimentation, and research; in reality, it is the synthesis of my personal experience.
  • The spiritual journey can be summarized in two points: attention to the Source and service to others.
  • "Truth" transcends any proof or persuasion; it stands as its own proof.
  • Willpower is the key to access all levels in spirituality.