Thought on ~ 3 April 2009

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Post Thought on ~ 3 April 2009

Post by Akindra on Fri Apr 03, 2009 12:03 am

Ravana was in no way inferior to Rama in terms of knowledge but sage Valmiki, the composer of Ramayana, described Ravana as a fool and extolled Rama as one of wisdom. The reason was that Rama put His knowledge into practice and led an exemplary life. On the other hand, Ravana did not practice the knowledge he acquired, became a slave to his senses and thus ruined himself, his kingdom, and his entire clan. Education is meant not to satisfy the senses but to make one transcend the senses and set an ideal to society. Human body is bound by senses, which are responsible for both good and evil. Hence, it is the foremost duty of man to make proper use of the senses. - BABA 3 April 2009

Glenda :-) May the realisation of all paths leading to the same truth become fruitful in this age of religious intolerance.

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