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No human being really has any misery. It is your own mistake if you complain of the misery.
There is only supreme bliss in the Soul, our True Self. But this bliss is obstructed because of impure inner intents.
If one departs from the bliss of the Eternal, he will come across the happiness that is obtained from the temporary.
God is the Knower and not the sufferer of pain.
One, who has passed through one pain, gets the strength to pass through many pains. Then he becomes the expert in passing through the pains.
Where there is any kind of doer-ship, there is karmic bondage, and where there is knower-ship and inner understanding, there is Moksha [Liberation].
The mind’s nature is worldly. If someone comes late, the mind will say ‘Why did you come at this wrong time?’ And this will create [bondage with] an iron shackle.
The Agna, liberating instructions of the 'Gnani' [the enlightened one], purifies the mind. Knowledge of the Self [self realization] will give the mind, solutions in every circumstance.
This whole world is functioning on the foundation of [karmic] ‘effect’. God has no hand in this. People did not understand this and that is why they put this on God’s head (blamed God).
Right understanding is that which finds happiness in the state of unhappiness.
The owner of actions [doer] is called a worldly person [sansaari].
Where there is anger-pride-deceit-greed [kashay], there is fire, and as long as there is fire, there will be scorching pain of the furnace.
To say, ‘he lacks understanding’, about someone is an open kashay (inner weakness of anger-pride-deceit-greed).
The one who can see all the viewpoints of the world is a savior (tarantaranhaar – one who has attained liberation and graces others with the same).
As long as the vision is flawed, egoism is evident. Therefore, one has to get rid of the flaws.
One who keeps an 'open mind' will be able to see God!
The intellect shows profit-loss in all worldly things. It shows duality. The intellect is the mother of duality.
The [true] intellectual is he who does not let harm done to others and nor let any harm done to even one's own self.
The buddhi [intellect] is today’s gain, it is today’s experience! Whereas, akkal [insight, wisdom] is a nature’s gift!
That which gives detailed analysis of anger-pride-deceit-greed and puts them aside and doesn’t allow any clashes to occur at home, is known as intellect. It makes one do ‘everywhere adjustment’.
Where there is use of the buddhi [intellect], there is no Moksha [Liberation], and where there is Moksha, there the intellect is not needed. Samaj [Understanding] is needed.
To conceal an action is deceit. Even the husband is not aware of the deceit [by wife]. Lying is also deceit.
There is worldly life where there is competition and where there is no competition, there is ‘Gnan’, (true) Knowledge.
If you try to win, you bind (create) enmity, and if you acknowledge defeat, you will be freed from enmity.
If only one word of the ‘Gnani Purush’ [the enlightened one] is understood, then your welfare [that which liberates] is done.
Humans in this world live based on two things: one is on the basis of the Self and the other is on the basis of the egoism.
This world stands on the foundation of the relationship between the support and the support-taker. If the support is removed, the support-taker will be released.
The worldly life has arisen through the ego. One is indeed free if the ego dissolves. What is the foundation on which the ego stands? It is the ignorance of the Self.
When the ‘right belief’ occurs, the world will appear quite different. ‘Right belief’ will take one towards the Eternal (Self), and the ‘wrong belief’ will take one towards the worldly life.
The belief of Gnan (Knowledge of the Self) is known as samkit (Right belief). Ignorant belief is known as mithyatva (illusion).
To attain the Self is indeed called the right belief (samkit).
When ‘my’ and ‘I’ are gone, it is known as a state free of wrong beliefs (nirvikalp)!
Maya (deceit) means that one cannot see the nature of things as they are but sees them in a different form.
To imagine the Self where it is not, is called maya (deceit).
When egoism ends, that indeed is called the Absolute supreme Self (Parmatma). Egoism indeed is the illusion.
To care for others is called humanity.
If one were to just understand the worldly life and what it is, he would attain liberation [moksha]. The worldly life is ‘relative’. And “All these relatives are temporary adjustments”.
To say ‘I’ where I’ is not - is the greatest illusory attachment (raag).
The kashays (inner anger, pride, deceit and greed) that keep one entrenched in the coolness of the worldly life are the very thing that makes one wander life after life.
All those who are not straightforward (frank and forthright) in this world are full of deception.
As long as there is greed (desire) for even a single situation, one will have to come back into the world and wandering will continue until then.
Every human being is indeed unhappy as long as he is not free from kashays.
The one whose kashays, (inner anger, pride, deceit, greed) are gone is worthy of worship. The absence of inner intent of kashays is indeed Gnani!
There should be no restlessness within, no matter what the circumstances. If there is restlessness within, know that the kashays have not left yet.
Wrong belief is what bites one from the inside. There is no one biting him on the outside.
Tolerance is an attribute of egoism.
There is no insistence where there is pure love. Insistence is infatuation (deep attachment).
The person who tolerates ‘exactly’ (with understanding) hands over his ‘case’ to nature. There is no need to punish anyone. Nature itself will punish him.
Why should I care?’ – The one who says this is the greatest offender of nature.
There is no Gnan (True Knowledge) where there is ‘egoism’ and where there is Gnan, there is no ‘egoism’.