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PPS Kanudadaji’s Sutra of the Day (22) May 14, 2010

Filed under: Pragat Anubhav Gnan Sutra — jssyouth @ 10:28 am

You will not be interfered by others if you do not interfere. Accept what comes in the natural way.
– GNANI PURUSH PPS KANUDADAJI

Observe his humility, naturalness, and humble expressions and allow yourself to become one with HIM!

Jai Satchitanand!

From JSS Youth Text
jssyouthtext
Jagat Kalyan Ho! Jagat Kalyan Ho! Jagat Kalyan Ho!

 

One Response to “PPS Kanudadaji’s Sutra of the Day (22)”

  1. Shaila Krupa Karuna Says:

    Jai Sachchidanand to all Mahatmas, Aptaputras and Sangh Leaders worldwide! Koti, koti namaskar to Pragat Gyani Purush Param Pujya Shri Kanudadashri.

    As the wise old adage in English goes, “No good deed goes unpunished.” For age old time, we have “done” good or bad deeds depending on our understanding of what we believe to be “correct”. Each and every living beings perception is different. There is no doubt in any of our minds about this!
    We are all shaped differently by our upbringing, surroundings, experiences in life, prior samskaras that we have brought with us and ultimately the prior roonanubandhas and hiisaabs that we have gathered through infinite lifetimes.

    After acquiring this amazing divine knowledge of akram vignan, we come to “experience” the old adage of “no good deed goes unpunished.” The moment “we” become a “doer” of anything, no matter how great our intentions, we will undoubtedly be punished! Nature will without a doubt have to deliver an equal and opposite degree of punishment to us.
    As Mahatmas, each and every one of us have most likely experienced this to some extent, some more than others!
    Even being a nimitta for jagat kalyan must be “in a natural way” or it is for naught. It will not create the desired result of elevated oneself and elevating others.

    So, hence, dearest Kanudadashri is giving us infinite wisdom in such sweet and simple words, “You will not be interfered by others if you do not interfere. Accept what comes in a natural way.”

    This principle applies in all aspects of our lives – everything from personal, professional, business, social, religious, politics and education. His sutras are such that they apply to all aspects of our lives if we are properly able to understand, then experience them. There is no better teacher than EXPERIENCE!!! From the time we have awoken, we CAN change.

    A parent has the duty to provide food, shelter, clothing, education, samskara, and unconditional love and support until a child becomes an adult. Thereafter, a parent becomes a friend who can tell a child whatever they know about life, their experiences and the ramifications of certain actions. The unconditional love and support are always present, however, the choices that the adult child makes at that point are his/her own. The parent cannot take responsibility for those. This is “natural” course of parenthood. From the child’s “everything” to a “unconditional friend” in adulthood.

    As the Beatles so wisely sang so many years ago, “Let it be. Let it be. Mother Mary comes to me and whispers words of wisdom. LET IT BE.”

    Jagat Kalyan Ho! Jagat Kalyan Ho! Jagat Kalyan Ho!
    Dada Bhagavan Na Aseem Jai Jai Kar Ho!

    Laghubhuve,

    ~shaila


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