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Saturday, September 18, 2010

Is to err a natural human trait?

Many feel that it is human to err and that Bhagawan should forgive their lapses. In fact, if they were truly human, they should not commit mistakes at all. Even if sometimes a mistake is committed, willingly or unwillingly, it should not be repeated. It is a grievous error to think that it is natural for a human being to err. To follow the directives of the senses is the mark of an animal. To be guided by the Atma is the sign of a human being. None should attempt to justify his or her weaknesses and lapses as natural to a human being; they should be regarded as signs of mental debility. When you have truly acquired sense-control, you will experience the power of the Divine in you.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

INDIA IS A RICH COUNTRY WHERE POOR PEOPLE LIVE

It will appear surprising that India is a rich country where poor people live


In this session I wish to share with the readers that In fact this is the sentence written by a well known and renowned author of Germany who visited India. In his view a lot of things are buried in this country such as wisdom (GYAN), property, natures surprises, wealth etc. But no body bothers to un reveal any thing. We are born poor and die as poor. We have no lust for learning, knowing or changing. In fact we feel the life as an interval between two births and we feel that we have come on earth just to pass the time and live the life just like a person sitting in the waiting room, waiting for the train to come in which he/she could board.  The train which we all are waiting is nothing else but DEATH.


In fact every human who takes birth is made to learn just from the time  of birth that Death is the prime truth and the life is just a part of some drama to be played for which we have been sent on earth. 


That is why we are taught in the religious lectures 
JIWAN KSHAN BHANGUR HAI.... PANI KERA BUDBUDA   AS MANUS KI JAAT, DEKHAT HI CHUP JAYEGA JYON TARA PARBHAT..   MARNA SACH...JEENA JHUTH


All these thoughts give depression for life, make us idle and deject us from learning. Though  it is well said that man is a student through out the life  


But our so called DHARAM GURUS don't let us remain student, because when we know that we will die soon, why will we strive for the work, progress, development, learning etc. we will think what for and why should I take the trouble to do all this when I don't know whether I will be alive to enjoy the fruits of what I have done.


In fact 


IN INDIA ONLY OLD PEOPLE LIVE AND NO YONG HAVE EVER BORN IN THIS COUNTRY.

......  FOR READING MORE ON THE SUBJECT
'Only  Country' where only 'Old People' take Birth


AND


'THE ONLY [ FEMALE ]COUNTRY'  in the world


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How do we comprehend the Eternal, Never-Changing God?

The genuine characteristics, the Swaroopa Lakshana, never undergoes change. It abides in all. The form, name, time or space may suffer change; but the core of truth (theSwaroopa Lakshana) will not alter. That core is denoted asAsthi (existence), Bhathi (luminescence) and Priyam(attractiveness) in Vedantic texts. Existence is the unchanging truth; it may change its form and name, in time and space, but the ‘is-ness’ is genuine. It makes itself known as existing, through the native characteristic ofPrakasha (luminosity) or capacity to attract our awareness and confer knowledge. We can know it because it has luminescence; all things we are aware of have this innate characteristic. Each thing also has the nature of likeability, the capacity to invoke attachment and love as a result of usability. The above three together are the nature of God.

What is the attitude of one who is truly great?


The hearts of the great will be so full of divine content and equanimity, that they will not be affected by the ups and downs of fortune. A fragrant flower will please one with its captivating scent, whether it is held in the left hand or in the right. So too, whether in the sky or in the forest, village or city, on the heights or the valley, the great will be equally happy. They know no change as demonstrated by the Pandavas in the epic Mahabharatha. Even though they were in the jungle, they were able to spend their days happily by the grace of Lord Krishna.