If one lives only for the Divine and by the Divine, there follows a perfect purity. <ref>http://incarnateword.in/cwm/14/purity#p5</ref>
As soon as one speaks of purity, we get an image of a saintly moralism amounting to “doing all the right things”. However, purity has nothing to do with righteousness and asceticism.
However, purity is simply the quality of the soul and purification the process of taking up the ordinary habitual surface movements of the instruments of the being - vital, mental and physical - and vital movements and turning them towards the Divine. <ref>http://incarnateword.in/cwm/10/aphorism-69#p8</ref>