Tag Archive | human-rights

Resolution

Be steady, make a firm resolution. Do not commit one fault or take a false step and then repent. Be very intentional, faithful to your resolve, every single day. Before you act, deliberate and make a decision. That is better than taking a weak step and regretting and losing the way. In the Mahabharatha, Arjuna […]

Reformation

Often, people try to reform the world without making any or proportionate effort to reform themselves. For, it is far easier to give advice and admonish others, than to take the advice and advance ourselves. The other is fundamentally, a reflection of your own self. You are the original and you yourself have to improve […]

Spiritual Foundation

Spiritual Foundation

Those who are trying to build the human community on the foundation of wealth (dhana) are like builders using sand as their foundation. Those who seek to build it on the rock of righteousness (Dharma) are the wise ones. Always remember that righteousness is the very root of this world. (Dharma Moolam Idham Jagath). Those […]

Divine Journey

Divine Journey

  The difference between human and demon (Maanava and Daanava) is just this – Human beings should have morality, self-control and compassion (Dharma, Dhama and Daya).   Demons do not have these, nor do they consider them as desirable  characteristics; they ignore them and pay no heed to the prompting of  these virtues. On the contrary, […]

Time

Time

Many of you are wasting a lot of time in meaningless pursuits. Time wasted is life wasted. Our ancients considered God as the embodiment of time and extolled Him thus: Kalaya Namah, Kala Kalaya Namah (Salutations to the Embodiment of Time, the One who conquered and transcends time). Do not forget the truth that time is verily God. […]

Service to Humanity

Service to Humanity

 GOD has said  “All I seek from you is that you love your fellowmen, share their sufferings, and engage yourselves in serving them.” Serve the distressed, the poverty-stricken, and those who suffer have no one to serve them. To go to such people and be their friends, their kith and kin, and their closest well-wishers. […]