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March 13, 2016 • Miscellaneous

Cause of Suffering: Not to Do One’s Duty or Fulfill One’s Responsibility

Once upon a time there was a dog. While his duty was to guard the wealth and property of his owner, he went to sleep at night. Suddenly some thieves came to commit burglary in his house. But whenever they tried to enter the main room of the house, the donkey whose normal duty was to serve the owner by carrying loads, would begin to bray so that the house of the owner is saved from being burgled. And as soon as the brayed loudly, the thieves would go back quietly. Continue Reading

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January 10, 2016 • Human, Life, Miscellaneous

Priorities in Life

Let’s analyze the real meaning of priorities that we have now.  Rarely a person thinks about the real meaning of his existence. Are we giving the real priorities to the required things? The answer would be big no. because we are unable to settle the right aim for life. If it would be clear, then the priorities would be entirely different. Does that solve the purpose to get up and perform all the worldly chores to get entangle in them permanently. Why this beautiful body has been given to us? Is that to mere make the body feel comfortable and to achieve the materialistic possessions? The short term goals are superseding the long term goals, causing the more focus of the higher purpose, thus leads the meaningless life.
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January 2, 2016 • Miscellaneous, Spirituality, True Master

From Darkness to Light

O’God! From untruth, lead me to Light

From death, lead me to Immortality Peace, Peace, Peace.

                                 (Bridhardanyaka Upanishad 1:3-28.)

God is the Supreme Light. The same Divine Light manifests itself in the human form as the True Master.

Baba Avtar Singh Nirankari said in one of his Sermons: “A blind can neither see himself nor the sighted ones; But a sighted person can see both – the blind as well as the sighted.” Continue Reading

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