Humanness originates from Ananda (bliss), grows in Ananda and merges in Ananda. This bliss is the goal of man. Man is born in bliss. To manifest bliss is the duty of man. This is the secret of the human saga.
In the days of yore, the people of Bharath earned name and fame by leading virtuous and sacred lives and were an example to the world. The children of today take after their parents. The tree is based on the
Most men spend their lifetime allotted or earned by them partaking rich, harmful food and drink, and indulge in glamorous, more harmful pastimes. What a pathetic waste of precious life! Though belonging to animal genus, man has much more than
In his childhood, Gandhi used to be full of fear. There was a maid in his home called Rambha. Gandhi disclosed to her how he was always afraid. Rambha told him: “Child, always recite the name of Rama. By chanting
Only young men and women are capable of eradicating the evils prevailing in society. If we have virtuous youth, all ills of society can be removed. Today, the whole world is embroiled in wicked thoughts, wicked company, and evil acts.
‘Live together, revere each other; let not the seeds of envy and hate grow and choke the clear stream of Love,’ is the prayer that the ancient seers have taught the children. Their teaching has been: Unity Divinity Charity –
Do not try to cover up defects, or tendencies and habits which drag you down. When people go to a shop to purchase clothes to have dresses prepared for themselves, have you noticed that people prefer coloured materials to white?
Recognition of one’s innate divinity and regulation of daily life in accordance with that truth are the guiding stars for those caught in the currents and cross currents of strife and struggle. Without Atmajnana (knowledge of the Self), life becomes
Prayer in a group produces beneficial vibrations. Islam promises a greater flow of ecstasy when God is adored by a huge concourse of yearning hearts. All of them bow low at the sight of the Masjid. They sit in rows
Great scientists also could not comprehend the reality and understand the difference between truth and untruth due to lack of the power of discrimination. Today, modern man considers truth as untruth, dharma as adharma, and vice versa. Since ancient times,