Ordinary people are just without light. Even from their windows you can see only darkness. And when a person reaches to his center of individuality, suddenly he is aflame. And you can see — from his eyes, from his gestures, from his words, the way he walks. His words start becoming more poetic. His walk becomes more of a dance. His gestures have a grace that was never there before. I am knowing my people only in that inner context, and it is almost impossible to know them personally. One million people around the earth — how can I know their names? But I can know them. And the moment I look into their eyes, they also know that they have been found where they are.
“Last Testament Vol 4”