Look at the blossoms in the garden. When the gardener plucks the flowers, the buds exult that tomorrow is their turn to be gathered into his hands, and their faces are so full of joy when they unfold in that hope. Do they feel any sadness? Do their faces droop? Are they any less bright? No, the moment they know that the next day it is their turn; they make themselves ready with great gusto and excitement. So also, one must be ready on the path of Sadhana (Spiritual practice), enthusiastically remembering the Name of the Lord, without worrying and feeling sad about when we may have to depart from the earthly plane.
The Vedas lay down four goals before man: Dharma (righteousness), Artha (wealth), Kama (desire) and Moksha (liberation). But they have to be pursued in pairs, Dharma and Artha together and Kama and Moksha combined. That is to say, Wealth has to be earned through Righteousness, and our Desire should be for Liberation. But man takes these four separately and ends up losing everything. He puts them into separate compartments and adopts distinct plans to achieve them. He gives up Righteousness and Liberation as beyond him and wastes his life pursuing only Wealth and Desire. This leads him to ruin.
1. SAI RAM, Your work is most appriciated. It enlivens me,and makes me realize how blessed I am to be called to walk on SAI path.
"j.f. dsouza dsouza"
2. Om SaiRam
Please send blessed vibhuti to my new address.I will be truly grateful.My Address:
Mrs.Chandralekha Nair,Ananya,No.17,4th cross,Anugraha Satellite Township,Periakattupalayam.AriankuppamP.O,Pondicherry-605007.
Thank you in anticipation.
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