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PPS Kanudadaji’s Sutra of the Day 2015-2 January 8, 2015

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Word culture is important, not race, because, word is the basic communicative and expressive medium for propagation of positive understanding of the cultural values of races. This is very important for inter-dependent global societies, in the present context"

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(from Pragat Anubhav Gnan Sutra)

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Jagat Kalyan Ho! Jagat Kalyan Ho! Jagat Kalyan Ho!


HSCRF January articles are here!

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Dear Friends,

Wish you all a very Happy New Year!!

In January we will be starting a monthly talk on the last Sundays of each month. The talk will be held on Google Hangouts for an hour starting at 9 p.m. EST. We will be introducing Holistic Inner Science and how it can be applied to live stress free and happy life. An overview of the topic will be followed by Q&A. The audience will be able to hear the talk live on HSCRF’s YouTube channel. The first topic will be "Introduction to Holistic Inner Science and its application in daily life". Our guest will be Dr. Shaileshanandji Mehta, a practicing Opthalmologist, and an experienced Holistic Science practitioner. Click here to learn more about his background.

January articles are below.

Salient Points for Professional Success

In this materialistic life, we all are in the race to achieve happiness. There is a race in all the spheres of life, whether it may be a personal life or a professional life. How can we be successful professionally without getting caught up in the rat race? Here are some suggestions.

Work is Worship
We should perform our duties with responsibility just like a priest in a temple. It means whenever or whatever task is allotted to us, we should be should be thankful to God for giving us the opportunity to demonstrate our potential. Our work is our worship. This attitude will help us accomplish our tasks without any stress. We should discharge our duty with responsibility. We should not be dishonest and insincere to our responsibilities because ‘dishonesty is the best foolishness’.

Race with Ourselves
To survive in the day-to-day life, comparison and competition are inevitable. However, competition or race always leads to restlessness. There are countless competitors. So do not race with others; instead race with your own self. Always try to improve your performance.

Find out Our Faults
It is easy to find out faults of others, but very difficult to discover our own faults. If we are successful in finding out our own errors, faults or mistakes, it would bring correctness in our behavior and our negativity would decrease. This would result into increased positivity and energy. Read more

Education of a Human Being

The education of a human being should begin at his very birth and continue throughout the his life.

Indeed, if the education is to have its maximum result, it must begin even before birth; it is the mother herself who proceeds with this education by means of a two-fold action, first, upon herself for her own improvement, and secondly, upon the child which she is forming within her physically. It is certain that the nature of the child about to be born will depend very much upon the mother who forms it, upon her aspiration and will as much as upon the material surrounding in which she lives. The part of education which the mother has to go through is to see that her thoughts are always beautiful and pure, her feelings always noble and fine, and her material surroundings as harmonious as possible and full of great simplicity. And if in addition she has a conscious and definite will to form the child according to the highest ideal she can conceive, then the very best conditions are provided for the child to come into the world.

For education to be complete it must have five principle aspects relating to the five principal activities of the human being. The physical, the vital, the mental, the psychic and the spiritual. Usually these phases of education succeed each other in a chronological order following the growth of the individual. This, however, does not mean that one should replace another but that all must continue, completing each other, till the end of life. Read more



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