Thursday, November 29, 2012

Suryakshetra 118 On Dharmic Attitude

Dr P V Sesha Sai Aswamedhayaaji

Suryakshetra -118 (Philosophy of life with reference to Mahabharata)
Every Indian – by virtue of his birth in THE GREAT LAND OF INDIA – is a philosopher.  History proved that any person from Indian Origin did not capture others land or others properties.  The nature of “Dharmic Life” is inherited just by taking birth on this HOLY LAND.  “Live and let live” policy is not copied from other countries, it is purely an Indian nature of thinking, and probably others are allured and copied. 
Let us basically examine this concept “Kshanam Chittam Kshanam Vittam, Kshanam Jeevita Maavayo, Yamasya Karunaa Naasti, Dharmasya Twarita Gati   means mind may change quickly; Money and Property may disappear instantly; Life may come to end by 1/225 of a second; even dharmic attitude may get changed – therefore one should not wait to take the matter from RIGHT HAND TO LEFT HAND. Anything may happen in between. 
This is the greatest philosophy of Indian Origin, the moment, the matter, the mindset – might undergo changes with the intervention of even a fraction of a second.
During Mahabharata time, Lord Krishna desired to test Dana Karna, and when Lord Krishna asked for Daan, the great Dana Karna offered Lord Krishna with his left hand.  Lord Krishna questioned Dana Karna whether it is proper to offer Daan using left had, at that point of time, Dana Karna – mentioned the above sloka and said that he might not have that length of life to take the item of Daan from his left hand to right hand, hence he offered Lord Krishna using his left hand.  What a great philosophy, and how fortunate we are to take birth on this HOLY LAND.
Even Chanakya said “Sukhasya Moolam Dharmah, Dharmasya Moolam Ardhah, Ardhasya Moolam Raajyam, Raajyasya Moolam Indriya Jayam, Indriya Jayam Moolam Vinayah means with obedience one can reach “path of the duty” and with “Path of the duty” to “Sukham” – means purposeful, eventful, healthy (mind and body health) life.  MERA BHARAT MAHAAN.
Quote: Possibility or impossibility does not depend on the size of our goal, but surely depends on the size of our faith and dharmic attitude.
I shall be back again soon………………………………………………Hara Hara Mahadeva Dr P V SESHA SAI ASWAMEDHAYAAJI

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