There is a deep connection between mind and body. If the acid level rises in the body, it often leaves you worried. At the same time, it is also true that if your nature is negative, even if you eat "fruits", you will feel acidic.
No teaching, no society nor any of the so-called religion explains to us the importance of qualities like simplicity, innocence, selflessness or compassion. Whereas the truth is, all the best creations, inventions and arts have stemmed from the "consciousness" of people with these qualities.
No one feels the necessity to become good or learn something good, but nobody ever misses out on an opportunity to portray oneself good.
No vibration emanating from our "mind" can ever be suppressed nor can any vibration be created in mind... they can only be transformed.
The person who is being fooled is at no lesser fault than the one who fools him. The only difference is; one is punished by the court of law...whereas the other gets punished on his own.
Be it human life or universe, here everything happens according to a set law... Meaning, the law of nature is one such formula that once understood, you are not even required to do anything. Just apply the formula and get whatever you desire.
The human mind and body share a deep bond, a bond so deep that majority of our illnesses are psychological. I would even say, weakening of the mind initiates the process that leads to death.
The foundation of Hindu religion has been laid on the pillar of tolerance. It has revered all the rebels like Buddha, Kabira, Shankaracharya, Chanakya, Dayanand Saraswati who had opposed the prevalent hypocrisies in their times. It didn't kill them the way reformers like Jesus, Socrates or Mansoor were... Then where did this Hindu fanaticism emerge from?... Perhaps in order to make their businesses survive, it is being propagated by the Hindu religious heads.
We need to understand, what is more helpful for the growth of life; educational qualifications or concentration? Glancing at lives from Buddha to Edison, concentration only seems to be more important.
I consider him to be a true believer of God, who no matter what happens...has the capacity to cheerfully accept it there and then, as the will of God.
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