Quotations From SATHYA NARAYANA


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  • COMMUNISTS of India never tried to explain to Indians what is actually COMMUNISM. Instead they always spent their whole energy and intelligence (?) in trying to humiliate and defame the HINDUS and HINDU philosophy!
    Mahathi
  • Time is like an ever spreading carpet, continuously revealing new threads of life in the process of unfolding.
    Mahathi
  • When Godhead realized that humans were incapable of fighting against the evil; as Lord Rama, he himself killed the evil.
    When Godhead realized that humans could not help sinning, as Jesus the Christ, he himself swallowed all the sins of humans and allowed that desecrated body of his to take the punishment.
    But Godhead as Lord Krishna revealed that a realized human himself is God and urged them to fight against the SIN.
    Mahathi
  • FANATICISM is mostly attributed to religious faiths. But in truth, the words FANATICISM and FANATICS are not confined to blind religious faiths and begoted aficionados of cult sects alone. We find worst fanatics among atheists, agnostics and communists who cannot tolerate any new thought, that cuts across their long-trusted dogmas.
    Mahathi
  • For long I stopped arguing with persons of misled and mixed up philosophical leanings. Instead I started listening to them even keener. I found them very useful as good samples, to study the causes of divine and moral degradation in the society.
    Mahathi
  • The true spirit of INDEPENDENCE lies in social INTERDEPENDENCE.
    Respect the needs and rights of others, to make them respect yours.
    Mahathi
  • THE CLASSICAL INDIAN THOUGHT
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    As many think, Vedic scriptures are not all about God and God alone. The Vedic philosophy recognizes a healthy and vibrant human society, where humans even while realizing their worldly needs make a gradual progress from mundane life to spiritual life towards a final realization of Spiritual Attainment or Moksha or Nirvana. The reason is simple…the human body is made up of the five elements, viz. earth, water, fire, air and space. The five elements are nothing but the manifestations of Maya or Prakrithi or Mother Supreme, which is a combination of the three Gunas or attributes, viz. Satwa, Rajas and Thamas. Because of Maya all humans have these 3 traits and struggle within the worldly walls with all kinds of desires, woes, pains and false happiness. Unless humans break this shell of Maya they cannot attain Moksha. Moksha is nothing but reaching the soul to its source; the Supreme Soul, whom we call by different names, Parama Ataman, Para Brahma, Holy Ghost etc. That is attainment or salvation…that is the goal of human life.
    Then how to break these worldly chains and attain Moksha? Is it necessary to leave the worldly life, live like a hermit and embrace asceticism? No! Our Shastras prescribe four walks of life called Purushardhas, to humans to achieve Spiritual Attainment, even without giving up worldly life, viz. Dharma, Ardha, Kama and Moksha. Artha (worldly gains) and Kama (fulfillment of desires) are meant to satisfy the social, psychological, physical and physiological needs of human body. Dharma defines the precincts of human behavior and character. In fact Dharma occupies a place of great primacy in all Hindu scriptures and epics. Dharma encompasses a whole lot of social duties and societal behavioral norms, like morality, lawfulness, etiquette, kindness, love and spirituality. Hence human pursuance of both Ardha and Kama should be qualified by Dharma. A man is expected to live on lines of Dharma and fulfill his worldly needs of prosperity and desires. Fulfilling the desires doesn't mean yielding to desires. H.H. Sri Sri Sri Audi Shankaracharya in His Bhaja Govindam suggests us to live like a drop of water on a lotus leaf-touching the leaf and at the same with some amount of detachment. This kind of life satisfies the Maya or the Mother Supreme and she opens the gates to Moksha.
    Lord Shri Krishna, the Parama Guru of the World, classifies the life in to 3 stages-firstly Karma: when man by Dharmic life gets a proclivity towards Bhakthi and when Bhakthi matures turns in to Jnana. Jnana itself is Moksha.
    Mahathi
  • Don't ignore fellow humans. One day you may ignore even the God who comes your way.
    Mahathi
  • Fear of anything, of any kind, from any source makes man kneel before the God. Fear is an integral part of all living systems. Other animals won't conceal their fear whereas man's false pride, ego and belief in psudo-science and fake theories (like atheism) make him wear a thin veneer of courage which blows off in real, testing situations.
    Mahathi
  • A person who does his duty (dharma) with devotion and love will ultimately attain wisdom or jnana. It doesn't matter whether he believes in God or not and to which religion he belongs
    Mahathi
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