Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 1:02

(continued from last post)
Question: I know that Jesus said that (can’t be heard)… the most humble person is most likely to be the Master but would not identify Himself as Master while in the body.
Adano: No, alright, the Master is servant truly. Is He the servant by providing food for you? Is He the servant by bathing you?
Question: If that be your need, it might be so.
Adano: Then every Master has done it. He provides food for those who don’t have. He provides homes for those that don’t have. He provides companionship. He provides liberation. Truly He is the servant in every form because there is nothing you can give Him. He will always give you what you cannot begin to carry, more than you can carry. Even before you ask He will pour it into your lap, that’s why He’s Master.
Question: But there are many Masters among us for there are many who do this.
Adano: Yes.
Question: We need to live on the principle of love then (can’t be heard)…
Adano: Yes. Now you know what Master is.
Question: I would like to know about one’s diet. In India they don’t eat meat and when people study Yoga in the West, is it right to change over to a vegetarian diet in this climate. If one eats meat would it add more to their animalistic nature?
Adano: I’ll have to answer you like Brother Thomas who I met in South Carolina. He said, “You know people ask me why I’m a vegetarian. So I said don’t ask me why I’m a vegetarian because I can go into all the pros and cons of the technical ends of it and all the pros and cons of not taking life. The only reason why I’m a vegetarian is it’s cheaper that way.” Let’s take the economics of India, why they are vegetarians.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 1:02)