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« Reply #165 on: October 10, 2006, 12:14:03 AM »
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  • Yad bhavam thad bhavathi (One becomes what one thinks). Hence, people should see that their thoughts are pure and good. Human life is the expression of one's thoughts. Thoughts arising in the mind fill the atmosphere with waves of energy. Thought waves are very powerful. Hence, our thoughts should be sublime and sacred. No evil ideas should affect our thoughts. Evil thoughts inevitably lead to evil actions. When cruel thoughts enter the mind, men behave like cruel animals. When, instead, there are good and loving thoughts in a man, they divinise him and enable him to perform good and sacred acts. Hence, every man's heart should be filled with love, compassion and kindness.
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    « Reply #166 on: October 12, 2006, 05:35:53 AM »
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  • Only sacred thoughts give rise to sacred speech. Lord Buddha declared that the tongue should not be used recklessly to utter whatever one thinks. The tongue has been given to speak the truth, to expatiate on what is sacred and pure. The tongue has not been given to man to pamper the palate with delicious sweets. It is not given for talking as one likes. It is not to be used for causing displeasure to others. Nor is it to be used for indulging in falsehood. The tongue has been given to man to speak the truth, to speak sweetly, to praise the Divine and enjoy the bliss derived from such sacred speech.
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    « Reply #167 on: October 14, 2006, 01:51:09 AM »
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  • People aspire for Mukti (liberation). They have no idea what constitutes liberation. Man seeks liberation from the ills of the body, the senses, the mind, the intellect, and the Antahkarana (inner motivator). But liberation in the ultimate sense consists in liberation from the cycle of birth and death. This means that one should redeem one’s present life so that one is free from rebirth. There is no need for rigorous spiritual exercises to secure freedom from rebirth. Pure love of God is enough.
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    « Reply #168 on: October 14, 2006, 11:46:11 PM »
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  • God is ready to grant you happiness. Are you prepared to receive what He wishes to offer? Banish all worries. They are temporary like passing clouds. Happiness is union with God. God is eternal bliss. Get rid of your evil tendencies and fill your hearts with love of God. You will then become one with God. Do not allow anyone to come between you and your duty to God. Your allegiance to the Lord should transcend all other obligations. God takes care of such devotees. Surrender yourselves to God and dedicate yourselves to the service of mankind.
         
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    « Reply #169 on: October 18, 2006, 12:16:35 PM »
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  • THE four brothers Rama, Lakshmana, Bharatha and Satrughna represent the Rig, Yajur, Sama and Atharva Vedas. When man neglects the Divine aspect of their natures and the awareness of the Omnipresent and Omnipotent OM, he falls prey to the impulses and instincts dominated by the ego and develop faith in material gains. He spends his life in amassing wealth, power and authority over fellow-beings and believes that holding others under his sway is a desirable achievement. If there were a vacancy in Heaven, he would surely apply for the position of God, for he believes that he has all the necessary attributes.

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    « Reply #170 on: October 18, 2006, 01:50:18 PM »
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  • In this world, there are two types of intellectuals. The first type are those who are totally materialistic in their outlook. They have in their mind only the physical and worldly goals and gains. They are fascinated by the external appearance of a gigantic tree with its numerous branches and twigs, but they are not interested in finding its "roots". Vedanthins (Vedic philosophers) are the second type of intellectuals, who are not fascinated by the external appearance of the tree but evince great delight in finding the "roots". People who are worldly in outlook waste their time in watering the "branches", whereas Vedanthins water the "roots" and thereby enjoy the "fruits".
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    « Reply #171 on: October 19, 2006, 04:42:45 PM »
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  • Regard yourselves as children of God. There is really no difference between the Avatars (Divine Incarnations) and yourselves except with regard to the number of aspects of the Divine present in each one. These aspects can be enhanced by right conduct and by developing Divine love. That is not true love which wanes from moment to moment and waxes from time to time. True love is unchanging and shines brightly in the heart for all time. It is unaffected by joy and sorrow, praise and blame. Such love is true devotion. Love that grows or declines according to varying circumstances is not true love at all.
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    « Reply #172 on: October 22, 2006, 03:06:54 AM »
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  • Do not lead a pompous life. Adambara (pomposity) is the root cause of Ashanti (restlessness). Give up Adambara and strive to attain Ananda (bliss). True bliss cannot be acquired from outside; it lies in your heart. In fact, bliss pervades the entire world. Your mental perversions are responsible for seeing evil in it. Hence, purify your mind. Only then can you become a true human being. Perform meritorious deeds. Speak good words. Lead a sacred life. In this manner, you can find fulfillment in life.
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    « Reply #173 on: October 23, 2006, 10:43:17 AM »
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  • We see various objects in this world and are deluded that they are permanent. It is a grave mistake. Whatever is seen by the eyes is impermanent. Even our body is seen by the eyes; hence, it is also not permanent. It is a sign of ignorance to identify oneself with the body. For ages, man has been under the delusion that physical and ephemeral objects will give him happiness. True happiness results when man recognises the underlying eternal principle of Atma in this ephemeral world.
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    « Reply #174 on: October 24, 2006, 05:02:55 PM »
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  • What is the purpose of human birth? It is not merely to eat, drink and make merry. Paropakarartham Idam Shariram (human body is meant to serve others). Man should dedicate himself to the service of society. God has endowed man with all powers. But, he is bound by the senses, which lead him to both good and evil ways. Hence, it is the foremost duty of man to make proper use of the senses. One who lacks sense control is worse than an animal. Firstly, one should get rid of one's animal qualities. Only then, can one rise to the level of the Divine.
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    « Reply #175 on: October 25, 2006, 06:06:48 PM »
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  • Family is the most important functional unit in the world. If the family is running on sound lines, the world will also run smoothly. If the unity among the family members suffers even to a small extent, the world will face the repercussions. Every family should strive for achieving unity and harmonious relationship among its members. There is nothing that cannot be achieved with unity. Take for example, the five fingers in the hand. When the five fingers work together, they can accomplish any task. Share your love with everybody. Love alone confers purity and sacredness to life.
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    « Reply #176 on: October 26, 2006, 12:46:30 AM »
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  • Shri Sai Baba of Shirdi, the Supreme Perfect Master of the Age, standing as our model practiced and preached these things ;

    He taught us that by expansion of our love to other fellow beings and even the other species one can consolidate society.

    He taught that rigorous and technical methods need not be used for spiritual upliftment. All that is needed is to bring about a qualitative change in one’s way of thinking and way of working in daily life.

    He brought about a cohesive theme amidst the opposing themes of inter-cultural, inter-religious and inter-sectarian groups. This He achieved by allowing each group to have its own mode of living, religious practices and cultural modes. He succeeded in bringing out a way of life at Shirdi, which reflected a confluence of varied cultures and religions.

    He practiced and preached humanism a universal brotherhood-Prophet like. He established the superiority of love and compassion above egoism - Christ like. He taught simplicity of livelihood and excellence of human virtue reflected in day to day conduct - Buddha like.

    What we learn from Shri Shirdi Sai from the examples of his life style is that He went to no temples; followed no rituals; followed no specific religion or cult but only loved His people and therefore, sacrificed Himself. Love, therefore, leads to sacrifice. The Self expands from its state of Isoteric or micro individualism to a more universal and macro State.

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    « Reply #177 on: October 26, 2006, 05:29:01 PM »
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  • You are born again and again, seeing, doing and experiencing what you have already seen, done, and experienced. You should realise that you are born not to be born again. You should see and experience that by which your life will find fulfillment. Once you have experienced the Atma, you do not need to experience anything else. That is the oneness of Atmic principle. In order to experience this eternal principle, you should give up body attachment and understand the truth that the Atma in you is the same as the one in others.
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    « Reply #178 on: October 28, 2006, 04:48:30 PM »
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  • Everyone should recognise the unity of the Atmic principle that exists in all beings. Satsang (good company) is very essential to understand this unity. Satsang does not mean association with good people, devotees or spiritual aspirants. People join such congregations and thus think that they are in Satsang. But it is not Satsang in the true sense of the term because people whom you think to be good may turn wicked later. They are bound to change. How can such temporary association confer everlasting happiness? 'Sath' is that which is changeless in all the three periods of time - past, present and future. It refers to the Atmic principle. To live always in the company of God is true Satsang.
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    « Reply #179 on: October 29, 2006, 07:43:29 PM »
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  • Endowed with the sacred power of speech, man is unable to make proper use of it. No other form of life has the mighty intellect and capacity for inner peace but humankind. In this world every object has five aspects, namely, Sath, Chith, Ananda, Roopa, and Naama (being, awareness, bliss, form, and name). Being, awareness and bliss are the three core attributes of man. They are true and eternal. Name and form are transitory. The delusion of permanence of name and form leads man to fritter away the precious gift of life.
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