The essence of love is concern. Even if, supposing, somebody does wrong, the concern of the Divine would be to correct that person…. The concern for the benevolence will be all the time there – whether it may appear to be sometimes cruel, might appear to be affectionate, might appear to be over-indulgent – whatever. It may take a form like a wave. Whichever way it may look … it is for your benevolence. It works not only for your benevolence, but the collective benevolence. And it knows very well what is to be done, how it is to be worked out. It does not have to go and learn from anywhere because the complete knowledge of all this know-how also is within itself. It’s such a storage of wisdom, knowledge and love, so it does not deviate.
Shri Mataji, 1989