(The following is a piece from 'Dharmalok', a gujarati language newspaper that's turning out to be a favorite lately. I may have failed in places to completely express the essence of what is being said and so if anything sounds not-quite-right, the fault would lie at my poor translation skill and kindly enlighten me with the same. I have also come to enjoy the sweetness of this language that somehow seems loaded with nectar like words full of intrinsic meaning; and of course that comes in a way from Sanskrit itself.
I share this particular piece to share its joyful insights and it very well expresses the essence of a living dedicated to that preciousness that is commonly called god, who has different names and forms for different persons.)
who doesn't get overcome by anger and doesn't get caught in ego's clutches;
who does not worry at all about the world;
who does not get disturbed by anyone and neither does disturb another;
who always remains absorbed in God and engrossed in the joys of the soul;
who always listens to the inner voice of God and works accordingly;
You may call him dervish or fakir, sage or saint, adorer or devotee; his work & spirit are dedicated to God;
He humbly observes and beholds the all-pervading conscience of the super soul in every person and thing.