By Swami Krishnananda
The need which any non secular adherent or religious seeker may think for a booklet of this sort might be obvious.Generally,religion is going via rituals and performances of normal workouts come when it comes to tradition,but the brain of man,being what it is,also strikes with the regimen and doesn't constantly consider powerfuble to visualize the important position that spiritual observances play as automobiles which embrace a deeper value that can most sensible be defined as spiritual.There is a which means at the back of each act or ritual within the non secular field,even as there's a hidden objective in the back of the implementation of any venture or the doing of any work.Rarely are religions visible to rouse themselves to the spirit that they're anticipated to convey-the residing flame which they enshrine and with out which they continue to be kinds with no content material. here's a beneficial reward to all people who seeks the help in probing into the philosophical depths and religious values in the back of the injunctions of the rreligion of guy.
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Who would give him clothes? There were no charities of any kind in those days. As I have already said, he used to absent himself from his Kutir to avoid frequentation by visitors and other Mahatmas, by going to the other side of the bridge. It was then some kind of a rope bridge. Now we have an iron bridge of a modern type. There is a sandy bank which can be seen even now, and Swamiji used to sit there during the night and do his oblations and austerities. During the nearly 26 years of life that we led, physically, with him, I did not get even an inkling as to what sort of meditation he practised, what was the japa he did and what was the purpose for which he meditated.
Destiny, perhaps, willed that this should be the beginning of our cultural history so far as it can be recollected by our memories and available data, historically as well as archaeologically. The Samhitas of the Vedas are spontaneous hymns and prayers offered to God in His multifaceted manifestation as this cosmos. To the sages of the Veda Samhitas, the rise of the sun was a manifestation of God. It was the glorious God Aditya that was rising. The dawn was a manifestation of divinity. Similarly, the sunset had its own glory, revealing the divinity of God.
Karma is nothing but the reaction that is set up to an action. It is the nemesis that follows every action that an individual or Purusha does. Merit is rewarded and demerit is punished. But who does this? Does Purusha reward himself for the merit he does, and does Purusha punish himself for the sin he commits? This would be a very absurd conclusion, obviously. Who would like to punish oneself? Even if I do a wrong, I would not like to be punished. But there is nobody else who can punish the Purusha for the wrong that he does.
Spiritual Import Of Religious Festivals by Swami Krishnananda