Vivekananda said “ The country requires Heroes; be heroes” To be brave and having the capacity to march forward. This is what the world is looking for. Unperturbed towards the criticisms and obstacles in the life. Our life is in between the date of birth to date of death. Last century this day we were not here and next century this day also we will not be here. How long we live is less important and how we live is more important. As long as we live, our life should have a purpose and it should be fulfilled like a HERO
“How many Buddhas die before one finds expression!”. Many people came here, lived here, and finally, they all disappeared. Only one Buddha who could give up many things and then live a life of a hero with purity in mind and mission. That Buddha lived like a hero.
“I believe in god, I believe in man, I believe in helping miserable. I believe going even to hell to save others”. This faith is the one which motivates us and others. Believing in god, believing in human beings, and helping others in different ways to make them strong, getting out of the miserable situation. For this sacrifice or mission we may have to suffer a lot, sometimes a life equal to hell. Still, undertake that mission. One can convert the hell into heaven. That is heaven, serving the miserable and deserving.
“No man, no nation, my son, can hate others and live. India’s doom was sealed the every day they invented the word Mlechcha and stopped from communion with others” We pray loka samasthaa sukhino bhavanthu and keep one group of the society as untouchables. Here dies India and Indian soul. Let us work for the poor and deserving.
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