The best state of mind is balanced by two extremes. But we, driven by brain, try to embrace one and discard the other. It is this discrimanatory practice that has brought all our good - bad, sin - virtue into existence.
Laxmi, the Goddess of Wealth sits on an 'Ullu' (An owl is called 'Ullu' in Hindi which also means a fool)...but here, 24 x 7 we are busy fooling each other. Even if Laxmi wants to, on whom would she sit?
The way you laugh at others when you see them suffer for their mistakes, why don't you laugh at yourself also when you are paying for your foolishness? If you learn this, all your miseries will immediately be 'dispelled'.
Every problem that comes in life need not be taken care of by us. Majority of them are best left to nature's justice.
Is there a rebirth? No, not at all. From the perspective of what you think as your way of being, like your name, your family, your country, society, religion or wealth, all these will surely cease to exist forever with your death.
There is no difference in the principles of our life and business. Both flourish by thinking for the betterment of all. Selfish approach brings both to the brink of devastation..
You know yourself by conscious mind, whereas the roots of all your negativities lie in your subconscious and unconscious mind. Hence, without knowing your subconscious and unconscious mind, you cannot move even a step towards success in life.
What is there to be so proud in being a vegetarian? If you really want to be proud, then stop using the things invented by non-vegetarians, right from aircrafts, cars, A/C to even blood tests, when you fall ill.
'Fear' and 'greed' are two sides of the same coin. If you manage to save yourself from one...you will automatically be freed from the other.
Why don't you understand, just because of the fanaticism propagated by a handful of people, no one comes forward to utter anything against the Muslim society or show them the right path. Does anyone have an idea what a huge loss they are bearing for it?
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