The Teaching of Hazrat Inayat Khan

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For instance a man is walking in the street, thinking about his business or his domestic affairs, and then suddenly a horse becomes restive and breaks the carriage it was drawing, upsetting the coachman. Now these are two different things. The man is thinking about something, and the horse with which he has nothing to do upsets the carriage. It is another thing altogether, but at the same time for the mystic everything is connected; there is no condition which is detached from another condition.