We are all lovers, devotees of a higher power, thousands of lovers, but the Beloved is one for all. He whom we desire is the beloved of the whole world and is the one God for all men, not specifically for Muslims only, or for Hindus only, or for Christians only.
On 8 June, 1963, Sant Kirpal Singh started for His Second World Tour, this time, as a president of the World Fellowship of Religions, meeting national, religious and politic leaders to present the idea of the unity of man. His efforts to create understanding from man to man, for peace in the world and for tolerance among the religions have been recognized by many honours.
"There is a great response everywhere for unity. Religions are trying to make the subjects of their religions merge into one. But what we are speaking of now is not the merging of all religions into one: let people remain in their own religions, but they should all sit together for the same higher religion, which is one for all. They should remain in their own religions and not change them, but follow the religion, which is one for all, given out by all Masters. These are the words you have to write down in your hearts, and never forget to live up to them. You will find a wonderful change; you will live and see for yourselves."