Knowledge is Given by Grace

       This Knowledge is not one person’s claim. It exists; it is there. It is there for the taking. But in order to receive the knowledge one has to recognize that this is knowledge and merely accept it. Knowledge is given by Grace.

         If you see things around you in a state of confusion don’t become that confusion. If you can change it or make the situation clearer then do that. Otherwise rise above it.

            When our children do Agnihotra, they behave better. When they do the disciplines also, they will be model citizens.

             Meditate two to three minutes before a meal. No worry. No fear. Only LOVE now.

              Start devotional singing once a week. Anything else you want to do is fine, but include or actually centre whole things around devotional singing. Of course do Yajnya. The singing is the key now.

             Many times the disciple goes to the Guru and says, “Master I have this problem. What is the solution?” Well, the Master may or may not reveal a solution. Still the person has to first have a full understanding of the problem. In many cases the disciple does not want to take the time to understand the problem. He is in too big a hurry to solve the problem. If he looked at the problem, say from several different angles or points of view, the solution would—in most cases—become quite clear to him. But instead he seeks the Guru and says, ‘What is my solution?’ Now, if the disciple is devoted, he will truly wish to apply at once this solution but if he has no understanding of the problem, this will have only a limited effect. Because ultimately, the lesson is to be learnt. The problem will arise over and over again until the person confronts the problem head on and truly begins to understand it. This is also not an intellectual exercise.

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