When we seek after something with all that we have, we will give anything and everything to reach the object of our quest... even our own selves.
From: The Seven Valleys of Bahá'u'lláh
"The true seeker hunteth naught but the object of his quest, and the lover hath no desire save union with his beloved. Nor shall the seeker reach his goal unless he sacrifice all things. That is, whatever he hath seen, and heard, and understood, all must he set at naught, that he may enter the realm of the spirit, which is the City of God. Labor is needed, if we are to seek Him; ardor is needed, if we are to drink of the honey of reunion with Him; and if we taste of this cup, we shall cast away the world."
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Video by Alexander Clarke and John Pilz
Music by Imagine Dragons
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