World of Spiritual & Divine Thoughts

precious pearls Tag Archive

538

February 12, 2016 • Spirituality, True Master

Some More Spiritual Parables

  1. We find a big stone which has been lying in deep water for a pretty long time. Yet it has not lost the quality of igniting fire. Likewise, a saint does not give-up his divine nature despite being surrounded by disfavourable environment for long. Continue Reading

Continue reading

271

February 8, 2016 • Spirituality, True Master

Some Parables Useful for Practical Life

  1. Two goats were coming from opposite directions, wanting to cross a stream by walking over a fallen tree connecting the two banks. As they moved and faced each other in the middle of the stream, both quarreled and stuck their horns at each other. Eventually both fell into the stream and died. Both were adamant to cross the stream first, but they lost their lives. Continue Reading

Continue reading

Precious Parables of Spirituality

The precious parables are of course utmost important as they arise us and make us understand the real priority and to lead a balanced life. Continue Reading

Continue reading

360

January 18, 2016 • Spirituality, True Master

Precious Parables

  1. There is utter darkness everywhere during “Amavasya “the darkest night of the month. A person who is moving about forlorn sees a ray of light at a remote distance in a cottage. Although the light is dim, it has lot of values in terms of guiding the person to proceed in the right direction. Similarly, an enlightened person may illuminate the path of several others. He should never consider his contribution as insignificant. Continue Reading

Continue reading

590

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

Continue reading