How would you say goodbye?

Let us talk of hate.  What is hate?  There is no hate. There is no hate.  Because hate is a projection from a conditioned mind, and all projections are illusory.  No man is capable of hating.  No man is capable of hating, but he is only capable of projecting.  Man is capable of loving, yes, and love knows no projection. 

Poetry “Death”

O, my Lord why do your people ask me
To fathom the mysteries of death –
What must I say to them?
I, that know of no life nor death –
What must I tell them?

Who am I?

Deluded by the material objects of this devastating world,
My true identity lies buried in life’s darkened clouds.
Like the sun: the illumined Self, alas, in shadows shrouded,
I ask, “What is the meaning of all this?” I question “Who am I?”

Poetry “When life finds joy”

Gururaj Ananda was a man of many talents who wrote poetryas a hobby. His poetry are deeply affective and depicts his insights into human personality and explores the nature of the spiritual and material worlds.

Poetry “wonders”

Life i admire with its myriad wonders
And yet in that wonderfulness of that wonder
I find it to be just my individuality.

Self examination

I know a young lady, beautiful girl, intelligent, one of our meditators, everytime she met a man, she used to like the man, the man used to like her, but something just happened where it just ended, all the time. One, two, three, four, five, don’t know how many, beautiful friendships but they could just not lead into anything or towards anything.

Resist not evil

So, in acceptance, you surrender first to yourself by accepting the blockages and the weaknesses. When one does that and when one is honest with oneself, immediately the other force takes over and faces us. It knocks us right on the head. You see its there, seen, tangible and then we surrender to that force. That is what is meant by ‘Thy will be done’.

Life is self surrender and acceptance.

Now, when we have the principle of acceptance, what do we accept? Firstly we accept the fact that my heart feels pinched. Right. That means facing reality. See these two words contain every bit of practical living that you could ever think of and we can write volumes and volumes on it.