Q: God is so pure, but we still commit sins, how can God dwell within us? If God dwells within us, definitely there is no more sin.
M: Yes, that is a paradoxical thing that the Bible says. On the one hand, it says we are so sinful, we are so bad; on the other hand, it says God dwells within us. So, I will advise you to go directly to Hirm and ask Hirm why. Otherwise, if I answer you, you will think I am being blasphemous. I am not God; how can I know that God dwells within you?
Q: Do You have an answer to it?
M: I could, if you press me, if you would believe me. We were originally not sinful, and we never are. It's just our experiences in life, our interactions with other species of life, that make us react in different ways according to circumstances and according to our judgment at that time, whether bad or good. Then, accordingly, we feel that we have done that badly and we have done this wrong, and we say that we have sinned. And accordingly, we think we have done that very well and we think that we have merits. Maybe according to God both are merits or both are sinful; we can only know when we know God. Once we know God, we will see differently because we see with the eyes of God, with the eyes of nondiscrimination, with the eyes of love and understanding.