Thus said Swami Vivekananda “ Great men are those who build highways for others with their heart’s blood “ This message is so powerful and instructs us to follow the pathway of the great men. In the society, there are 20% people who are very good, 60% good and 20% below average. From the first 20%, 3% becomes the local leaders, 3% of the 3% create changes in the region. 3% of the 3% of the 3% create changes in the nation and next 3% in the world in their subject area. You should find a place anywhere in anyone of the 3% and build the highways.
“You must be all fore forbearing like mother earth”. The greatness of this message is coming from the Cultural and spiritual heritage of India.. kshamayaa dharithree be forbearing like the mother earth. Here our spiritual concept is not in so called god, but in divinity in all these living and non-living beings.
“I do not believe in a religion or god which cannot wipe the widow’s tears or brings piece of bread to the orphan’s mouth” Here comes the true and applied spirituality of this nation. We offer to the poor and deserving anything and that is the virtue, not making the god happy. In India god is not the one who always looks for praising him, pattering him, supporting him and talks for him. It is the cosmic form of nature which keep the balance (the system will adjust itself in such a way that—-) That system is our god.
“Where should you go to seek for god; are not all the poor, the miserable, the weak. Gods? Why not worship them first? “It is said in India daridra narayana seva is the real worship of god. Here is the god inside and outside. The service to the god is nara seva which is also the narayana seva. Help the poor, deserving, sick, orphans, hungry.. people. Remember that for every good action there is an equal and opposite good reaction.
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