The Teaching of Hazrat Inayat Khan

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Nothing frightens the soul who reflects God, for they are above all fright. They possess nothing, and all fright is connected with one's possessions. Does it mean that one leaves the world and passes one's life in caves in the mountains? Not in the least. One may have the wealth of the whole world in one's possession and one may have the kingdom of the whole universe under one, but nothing binds one, nothing ties one, and nothing frightens one. For only that which is one's own belongs to one.