Shri Ved Prakash shot the film of Shri Nathji in his drawing room, asking Shri Nathji to make a brief speech for three to four minutes only.
Shri Nathji’s voice was deep and rich, his face full and majestic, and the divine glow on his face showing powerfully even as he spoke before the camera.
Shri Nathji had spoken without any prior preparation, but, when he had finished, the film was a masterpiece of spiritual revelations.
Within a period of three minutes, Shri Nathji had unfolded the highest of spiritual truths. It was complete in a miraculous manner–the entire spiritual knowledge of the world appeared to have been captured by Shri Nathji in a three-minute speech. That was the only cine film that showed Shri Nathji speaking.
Shri Nathji’s brief speech was as follows:
The time of Life is very short, and there is a lot to be done. While we have to attend to our worldly duties we must also ask ourselves: What is the real aim of life? What is the real need in life? Is the world everything or is there anything beyond? There is a voice within us, which calls out for a never-ending happiness, which seeks everlasting peace and divine bliss.
The drop of water that rests on the petal of a flower asks for the ocean. If there is a need, there must be a fulfilment of the need.
A need cannot exist unless the means to fulfil it also exists. Thirst cannot exist unless there is water.
In a like manner, there must be an answer to the perennial quest in man for everlasting happiness. The answer lies in God.
The question arises: how can we reach God in whom all sorrows are extinguished?
And the answer is: Desire Him from your heart; go on praying to Him; go on knocking at His Door. The day will surely come when the door will open. After every night the Sun must come out.
Go on doing your tasks in the world taking them to be the tasks allotted by God to you, and keep Him always in your heart.
I take leave of you now, even as I give you my blessings.
Om Shanti, Shanti, Shanti!
Peace, Peace, Peace, be unto all!”