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Secrecy, In Fact, Is Our Only Salvation

Don’t whine about life. Accept where you are, the people around you, and the events of your life as divine gifts. You are where you should be, in the era and society that is best for you, chosen by the Divine. The spiritual part of a human being is like tuning fork; it vibrates to truth as a tuning fork vibrates when its pitch is played close to it. Trust that God put you where you are, when you are, and with whom you are, for a reason. Believe that there is a plan, that your life is not random, that it matters where you are, when you are, and with whom you are. Recognize that because it was God who decided these things for you, you have a purpose to fulfill or a special accomplishment to achieve that can be done only because you are where you are when you are, and with whom you are. I am a very religious man and believe in predetermination; that our lives are guided by the God who has a plan for every human. Trust your first instinct, do not try to change who you are, do not try to change the people around you, and accept your fate. There exists one’s true self, buried beneath the false image we try to convey to other people. Peel that false image away, and we are all the same at the core. Society is always moving forward against chaos and darkness. You cannot just expect to learn self-reliance in one day and without self-reliance, you will not get very far. Any work done in God’s name does the greatest good. No work can be accomplished without the help of others. Believe in your work and ignore the criticism of others. Every heart vibrates as its own guidance, not the direction of others.

We can talk about our troubles to those who can give us direct help, but even in this case, we must come to a carefully thought out conclusion before the consultation. We have to be perfectly clear to ourselves about our own limitations. Most of us have a foolish trick of applying for help before they have done anything whatever to aid themselves. We try to talk to our self into clearness of insight and intelligibility. The only way such people can think is by talking and their speech consequently is not the expression of an opinion clearly thought and formed, but a manufacture of it. One should be very careful when we speak about our pained emotions. The expression is apt to carry with it exaggeration. By being reserved, we are able to attach less importance to that which is not worthwhile to mention to others; therefore, secrecy, in fact, is our only salvation. Keeping one’s problem to oneself will lessen the severity of its impact on us.


Divine Oneness

How can the Divine Oneness be seen in beautiful forms, breathtaking wonders, and awe-inspiring miracles? The primordial essence and fundamental nature of the universe is not indebted to present itself in this way. If you are willing to be lived by primordial essence and fundamental nature of the universe, you will see it everywhere, even in the most ordinary things.

Belief, and its opposite, disbelief, are both dangerous. They are stagnant and close the mind to every thought that differs with the accepted belief system. Once a believer or disbeliever has decided their thought system is true, everything else is automatically judged as untrue. Disbelievers often try to masquerade as skeptics, but skeptics are not convinced one way or the other and retain an open mind.

Belief systems are certainly not limited to religion, and the results can be disastrous when applied to any area of our life. Scientists often become just as adamant as religionists when they turn their theories into literalist doctrines and worship their supposed infallibility. Although quantum physics demonstrates that consciousness is the foundation of the universe and permeates everything in existence, many scientists still cling tenaciously to the belief that consciousness evolved from matter. It is a feeling of comfort to accept a belief system that has been around for many years and has been accepted by many people, but pure numbers can’t make a belief true. We pay an extremely high price for a little illusory comfort: knowing truth firsthand.

To understand primordial essence and fundamental nature of the universe, let go of belief and disbelief. Realize that what we see or don’t see is based on our choice. Simply put, the Divine has given us free will. If we choose to see only what can be perceived and measured by the senses that is all we will see. If we willingly allow the primordial essence and fundamental nature of the universe to open our inner vision to what IS, we’ll see Divine Oneness in all things.

From The Point

Never say, ‘No’, never say, ‘I cannot’, for you are infinite.

Posted January 11, 2013 by dranilj1 in Photography

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Isolation is Divine

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Perhaps, I know why it is man alone who laughs. He alone suffers so deeply that he had to invent laughter. Being alone give chance to search for the exact self and get allied to Supreme supply of love and joy. The excellence, rhythm and synchronization of Universal Plan are attentively cognized when alone. To create something beautiful need engrossed complete concentration that manifests when alone. Being alone is prerequisite for reading, painting, gardening, listening to music etc. Alone, I am with my own self, God, spirit, and serenity. This serenity I love! Maybe it’s because I’ve become my own best friend, and have gotten to understand myself so much better now or I just enjoy being alone. Maybe, I have become a recluse and would rather be reading, writing, or watching a movie.

I know friendships are important and that we all need people in our lives. So the fact that I have been doing this and getting quite comfortable with it worries me a bit…Time for an intervention? Then perhaps, this is just as it should be, for now. I’m never really alone; if you believe, and I do. What I am is what I am, are you what you are——or what? I am not aware of too many things. I know what I know, if you know what I mean. Don’t let me get too deep, choke me in the shallow water before I get too deep.

Simple Truths

The acquisition of knowledge doesn’t mean you’re growing. Growing happens when what you know changes how you live.

You can’t have good ideas unless you’re willing to generate a lot of bad ones.

A good idea without action is worth nothing.

Change is often resisted when it is needed the most.

Discipline is choosing what you want most over what you want right now.

People seldom do things to the best of their ability. They do things to the best of their willingness.

You can’t change other people; you can only offer guidance, and lead by example.

Right now, there’s a lot you don’t know. And if you never challenge your own beliefs, the list will never shrink.

If you’re talking to someone you don’t know well, you may be talking to someone who knows way more about the topic of conversation than you do.

The most common and harmful addiction in the world is the draw of comfort.

Growth begins at the end of your comfort zone. Stepping outside of your comfort zone will put things into perspective from an angle you can’t grasp now.

When you spend time worrying, you’re simply using your imagination to create things you don’t want.

It’s usually only as good or bad as you think it is. Most of what we see is only what we think about what we see.

Most of the bad things you worry about will never happen. Most of the bad things that do happen will have never crossed your worried mind.

Some circumstances are uncontrollable, but we can always decide how we react to those circumstances.

Those who complain the most, accomplish the least.

Whenever somebody discredits you, and tells you that you can’t do something, keep in mind that they are speaking from within the boundaries of their own limitations.

Every problem you have in your life right now is your responsibility, regardless of who initially caused it.

It’s not so much about finding opportunities as it is about creating them.

Having a plan, even a flawed one at first, is better than no plan at all.

Paving your own road is intelligent only if nobody has gone exactly where you are going.

What you do every day matters more than what you do every once in a while.

What you don’t start today won’t be finished by tomorrow.

If you’re waiting for the perfect conditions, ideas or plans to get started, you’ll never achieve anything.

Doing something and getting it wrong is at least ten times more productive than doing nothing.

Putting something off makes it instantly harder and scarier.

You cannot change what you refuse to confront.

If you keep doing what you’re doing, you’ll keep getting what you’re getting.

The harder you work, the luckier you will become.

Kindness and hard work together will always carry you farther than intelligence.

Lots of successful people have failed as many times as they have succeeded.

Failures are simply lessons that help you prepare for next time.

Being successful is a journey, not a destination.

To be successful does not mean you have to dominate others; it means you have to dominate your own potential.

Your success isn’t just about you. It’s about how you positively impact the lives around you.

Being busy and being productive are two different things.

Being happy and being successful are two different things.

You have every right to be happy, but it’s up to YOU and only YOU to exercise that right. Read Stumbling on Happiness.

Everyone you meet is better than you at something. We all have different strengths. What worked for someone else might not work for you.

When you’re worried about what others think of you, you’re really just worried about what you think of yourself.

The bad news: nothing is permanent. The good news: nothing is permanent.

You don’t have to settle. It’s simply a choice you make every day. If you don’t like your life, then it’s time to start making changes and better choices.

There’s no such thing as ‘risk free.’ Everything you do or don’t do has an inherent risk.

No matter how smart you are, you will make mistakes.

Problems, when they arise, are rarely as painful and hurtful as the process of fearing them.

Confusion isn’t a bad thing. It means you’re growing and thinking.

Just because you can doesn’t mean you should.

In the beginning, you need to say “yes” to a lot of things to discover and establish your goals. Later on, you need to say “no” to a lot of things and concentrate on your goals.

Even if it doesn’t cost any money, it’s not free if it takes up your time.

No matter how you make a living or who you think you work for, you only work for one person, yourself. The big question is: What are you selling, and to whom?

Money makes life easier only when it’s yours free and clear. The stress of financial debt can change a person.

The fewer possessions you own, the more you will use and enjoy them.

Life is not easy, especially when you plan on achieving something worthwhile.

There is good reason why you should wake each morning and mindfully consider what and who you will give your day to: Because unlike other things in life – love, money, respect, good health, hope, opportunities, and many more – time is the one thing you can never get back once it’s gone.

Cutting your losses is often better than the alternative.

We sometimes do things that are permanently foolish just because we are temporarily upset.

Screaming at people always makes things worse.

Everyone likes a person who gets straight to the point.

First impressions are oftentimes inaccurate judgments of a person’s true character.

When you’re up, your friends know who you are. When you’re down, you know who your friends are.

If someone wants you in their life, they’ll make room for you. You shouldn’t have to fight for a spot.

When someone truly loves you, they don’t ever have to say a word. You will be able to tell simply by the way they treat you over the long-term.

We rarely lose friends, we usually just figure out who our real ones are.

Just because one person doesn’t seem to care for you, doesn’t mean you should forget about everyone else who does.

Family isn’t always blood. They’re the people in your life who want you in theirs – the ones who would do anything to see you smile and who love you no matter what.

Good looks attract the eyes. Personality attracts the heart.

In human relationships, distance is not measured in miles but in affection. Two people can be right next to each other, yet miles apart.

Being nice to someone you dislike doesn’t mean you’re fake. It means you’re mature enough to control your emotions.

If you aren’t happy being single, you won’t be happy in a relationship. You have to create your own life first before you can share it with someone else.

Whenever you hate someone or something, you are giving that person or thing a piece of your heart. Read The Road Less Traveled.

Life is too short to spend time with people who suck the happiness out of you.

It’s better to be alone than to be in bad company.

Saying “no” to right people gives you the time and resources required to say “yes” to right opportunities.

When you stop chasing the wrong things you give the right things a chance to catch you.

You can raise the bar or you can wait for others to raise it. Either way, it’s getting raised.

In life you get what you put in. If you want love, give love. If you want friends, be friendly. If you want money, provide value. It really is this simple.

Cynicism might seem warranted at times, but it’s never useful.

Everyone dies, some sooner than later, and often unexpectedly. To know this means you are alive, with a chance to make the time you have left count.

You are in competition with one person and one person only – yourself. You are competing to be the best you can be.

Trying to be somebody you’re not is a sure path to self-hate, and a waste of the person you are.

It’s better to be disliked for who you are than to be liked for who you are not.

Giving up doesn’t always mean you’re weak, sometimes it means you are strong enough and smart enough to let go.

Sometimes you need to distance yourself to see things clearly.

You can’t make the same exact mistake twice. The second time you make it, it’s no longer a mistake, it’s a choice.

Not getting what you want is sometimes a wonderful stroke of luck.

You never have to deal with more than one moment at a time.

Many of the greatest lessons we learn in life we don’t seek on purpose.

You have to fight through some bad days to earn the best days of your life.

A harsh fact of life: Bad things do happen to good people.

Regardless of the situation, the sun rises the next day and life goes on.

You never know how strong you really are until being strong is the only choice you have.

We end up regretting the things you did NOT do far more than the things you did.

We meet no ordinary people in our lives. If you give them a chance, everyone has something amazing to offer.

Every passing face on the street represents a story every bit as compelling and complicated as yours.

People are not as beautiful as they look, as they walk, or as they talk. They are only as beautiful as they love, as they care, and as they share.

Silence is often the loudest cry. So pay attention to those you care about.

Making one person smile can change the world; maybe not the whole world, but their world.

Blowing out another’s candle will not make yours shine brighter.

No matter how many mistakes you make or how slow you progress, you are still way ahead of everyone who isn’t trying.

Things turn out best for people who make the best out of the way things turn out.

Life is short. If there was ever a moment to follow your passion and do something that matters to you, that moment is now.

Alluring Landscapes

Real Essence


The most basic question we’ve all inquired at some instance in our lives is: who am I? Sorry to say, frequently we glance exterior to discover the reply and our self definition, as an alternative to within. The difficulty with this is that life will inexorably vary. Then we are flipside to the same question: who am I? With changes in economy, many people have been asking this big question. Some have had to revolutionize vocations, some have lost homes, and some have found themselves in a frantic pecuniary catastrophe. If we characterize ourselves in terms of what we have, our grades, our social standing and how much money we have in the depository, we are not only overwhelmed with change, and we also lose a sense of self.

To learn who we are, we must eliminate all tags of things that we use to identify us. This is done by perceptive of who we are not. We are not our jobs, our education, our marital status, our money, or our lack of money for that matter. For the mother who defines herself as mom, what happens to her when the child gets older and the relationship changes from hands on nurturing to hands off nurturing? Does she still matter? Is she still useful? What about the retiree who has left a job that gave him importance and sense, who is he now? What about the person like me, going through stress of an attending physician of Critical Care ICU units from a beautiful, relaxed visiting associate professor of Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine? Who am I now?

One incapable to locate job in their field and has for the time being working in chicken plant for sustenance must understand this state doesn’t describe them. So as we strip the layers of sexual category, race, pay status, education, etc., and we value that these things don’t define us, we can start to get a peep of who we truly are. It is then that we start to connect with our Real Essence, the place inside that has absolutely nothing to do with what we do for a living, how we wear our hair, or what we have or don’t have. The more you are identified with your authentic essence, the less you will be identified with form and the false self that we create for the sake of our image.

Our Real Essence is our Spirit nature, our Divine nature. We are other than what meets the eye and if we don’t know this or if we decide not to live from this place, then we will always find ourselves despondent and dejected when life lets us down. When you live with Real Essence you are not stirred, because not only have you exposed your Real Essence, you’ve discovered God, for He is within.

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