We had a Lovely Guru Puja Chanting and then a Beautiful Satsang at Vrushali Di’s Place and then a beautiful knowledge sheet read out 🙂
Title was Compassion and Ignorance!
The ignorant have compassion for the effect 🙂
Whereas the knowledgeable ones have compassion for the igorance of the person that he did not discover the cause! 🙂
Both thinkings are different! 🙂
One wants to eliminate the effect 🙂
One wants to eliminate the cause itself! 🙂
The knowledgeable ones think of eliminating the root itself and not just see the effect 🙂
Recall a story discussed in Ashtavakra Gita commented by Guruji 🙂
On the outskirts of a certain city there lived a monk!
Once the monk came to the palace of the king for lunch.
The monk ate the food and surprisingly he stole the silver spoon and the plate and went away!
This startled the king! How could this monk do that- i mean he is a saintly figure!
He was left in wonder!
Two days after the monk returned back to the palace and returned whatever he had taken back!
This startled the king even more! I mean you steal and then you return back the same too!
He ordered an enquiry as to WHAT made the monk steal those things!
The wise ones did research and found out a startling fact!
They found out that the food that was served to the monk was actually confiscated from the robbers!
So when the monk ate the food, he felt like robbing! the food carried the vibes!
So it was not the monk but the food vibes that was so strong that he did that!
So two things to derive… Many things have an effect on our behavior!
food is one of the factors! So be careful while eating 🙂
Pray Bless the food and eat 🙂 That minimizes any wrong thing that might happen!
And Second! In olden times people always had a spot check and then use to say things! 🙂
Never were things said on reaction, things were said on response only! 🙂
People used to think like the wise and then only answer or question 🙂
Blame was given when it needed! 🙂
Like discussed in the knowledge sheet- The knowledgeable thought why did this happen, so that it should not happen to many more!:)
They had a pro-active approach over things 🙂
Worked on eliminating the cause rather than spending time on rooting out effects!
Neetika shared that she got a job and during the process of applying for jobs, instead of getting frustated and all that, she kept herself calm and decided to be best in presenting and enjoy the process, so this made her love what she was doing 🙂
and she did got a job 😉 in Reliance at Airoli 🙂
So discussing we sang Jai Jai Radha Raman Hari Bol 🙂