Posted by Nena Joy on November 14, 2101 at 22:11:47:
The story is about a seeker who, with great effort, passes through a thick jungle (forest?) and finally attains a wonderful city. Then a great hand plucks him from the city and deposits him back where he began. He fights his way back many times but the same hand removes him until he has created such a clear path that he is able to rush back and spend most of his time in the city. This is a fine example of an "inexact rendering of a partially understood truth" (Shoghi Effendi, probably a misquote) but that's what I recall. Can anyone help me find the source and the exact words? Even Ted Anderson was not able to help! Thanks.
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