The Teaching of Hazrat Inayat Khan

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There was a small group of people in London who were working along spiritual lines. They felt a sort of rivalry against my little society and began to try and do harm by telling stories against us, and setting others against us. My helpers came to me to tell me how we were being damaged in this way, and asked:"shall we not do something to stop this?" But I answered, "the best thing is indifference." "Take no notice." But they insisted "still, it will do us great harm." The answer to this was: "not at all; the only harm it could do would be if we allowed this to enter in. It is we who allow the harm! Let them do as they like and let us go on doing what we are doing."