Evolve and Elevate: Meaningless life, God is called Rishikesh, best learning that added wisdom in my Life.
Idea of the Week
“So many people walk around with a meaningless life. They seem half-asleep, even when they’re busy doing things they think are important. This is because they’re chasing the wrong things. The way you get meaning into your life is to devote yourself to loving others, devote yourself to your community around you, and devote yourself to creating something that gives you purpose and meaning.”
Morrie Schwartz, via Tuesdays With Morrie (Page 43)
Lesson of the Week
God is Called as Rishikesh
Bhagavad Gita says:
The relationship between Bhagwan (God) and a Bhakt (Devotee) is said to be very sweet and divine.
In every situation, the Lord of all the senses is Bhagwan Rishikesh. He is called Rishikesh because He is the Lord of all the senses.
All the senses of a Jeev (creature) are a part of Bhagwan’s (God’s) sensory system.
By residing in the hearts of every Jeev (creature), Bhagwan (God) directs their indris (senses) but only of those Bhaktas (devotees) who take His refuge.
He directs His Bhaktas (devotees) to do the right Karma by guiding their senses in the right direction.
He gives special direction to special Bhaktas (devotees).
A Bhakt (devotee) is always excited to serve God, in the same way God feels great happiness in serving His Bhakt.
When God sees His Pure Bhakt is giving Him any order or requesting for something, He feels divine bliss in serving the Bhakt (Devotee).
But this happens only when you are ready to become God’s true devotee.
Inspiration of the Week:
Best learning that added wisdom in my Life.
How can she be so rude?
How can he behave like that?
Why is he so irritating?
Why is she so messy?
Why is he so over-possessive?
Why do they do this?
Why do they do that?
We are constantly looking at flaws and targeting people even when none of these people share a world with us.
It has become a part of regular conversations pinpointing every random person we come across.
Despite the fact we have almost negligible associations with people, we fail to stop ourselves from speaking small about them.
How does it even affect us if they are not doing something right in their lives?
Or even if they are not good to us, why do we not choose to distance ourselves from them rather than choosing backlash against them?
Why do we expect the world to be like us?
Is the World going wrong or are we not knowing what right is?
Let’s understand that we are not good or bad, average or intelligent, smart or dumb, ugly or beautiful, wise or dim-witted, polite or rude.
We are unique.
There is a backstory behind each one of us that speaks volumes about our behavior, our actions, our attitude and everything that is visible to the world.
Each person is a product of the environment, conditioning and karmic baggage that he/she carries.
We see the tip of the iceberg.
Well, that does not mean you should entertain everyone, the message is that you can restrict people who do not align with your frequency but not declare them as someone less or bad.
No one is perfect and there is no such thing as the best version. We all are evolving. We all need more people who do not tell us what we lack but convey how we can become better.
Stop saying the World is bad. Start saying, the World needs goodness.
And then be the Goodness.
This learning has helped me live in the world with more peace and it helps me to make the World a better place.
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