What we are aiming for is not to avoid the roller-coaster effect of life, but to gain the middle path. This means the path of moderation, the balanced outlook, the spiritual viewpoint that no matter what happens, the sorrows of life will not bury us forever. When loved ones leave in death, we cry—but not forever. We are able to face life knowing that they will still live on in full consciousness.
We know that the divine cause, the Divine Being, has put us here to learn something. It is up to us to go out into life and find out what it is.
Sri Harold Klemp
Touching the Face of God