Seeker: Sadhu-ji, I see that you livein deep inner peace, and I, too, long to find this peace.Can we imperfect mortals ever hope to experiencetrue oneness with God?Sadhu: We all have a natural, inborn desire to seeGod. But God is infinite and incomprehensible. Noone can see God without being of the same infinite nature as God. We are finite, and so we cannot seeGod. But God is love. He is also the source of ourcraving to know and love him. Out of this love Godtook on a form that is comprehensible to us mortal beings.Through this act of love we can now share in thejoy of the angels by seeing and knowing God directly.This is why the Master said: Whoever has seen mehas seen the Father.God knows well the inner state of every human beingand reveals himself to each heart in accordancewith its needs. There is no better way for a person toenter true spiritual life than by encountering Goddirectly. God became man and dwelt among us so thatwe might not fear him as something terrible and foreign,but instead see that God is love.Seeker: I can understand that the infinite God is incomprehensibleto us mortals. I can also understandthat the power, or spirit of God, is at work around us.But how can this God be a man as well? This seemsimpossible.Sadhu: The Almighty God and God Incarnate andGod the Spirit are one. In the sun, there is heat andlight and they are all one. But the heat is not the lightand the light is not the heat. So it is with God. TheMaster and the Spirit both proceed from the Father tobring light and heat to the world. God the Spirit is firethat burns away all evil, making our hearts pure andholy. The Master is the true light that drives out alldarkness and leads us to bliss along the path of truth.Yet all three are one, just as the sun is one.