Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Ban bad thoughts

Strangely, a court in Russia is about to decide on the Holy text of BhagvadGita. The text has taught me to love everyone irrespective of creed, colour, religion or social status.
Here are just a few points I love in the text:
One who is free from malice towards all beings, friendly and compassionate, forgiving and ever-contented.
One who is free from joy, envy, fear and anxiety.
He who neither rejoices, nor hates, nor grieves, nor desires.
One who is the same to foe and friend as well as honour and dishonour, cold and heat and pleasure and pain, who is free from attachment, to whom censure and praise are equal, who is silent, content with anything.
People with these attributes are dear to God.
Ban?
God, please save us from your followers.

15 comments:

  1. Everybody is after Hinduism, which does not hurt any other religion, which is liberal, which is not strict with its followers...Yes, only god can help us, Ramesh and he will, as he has been doing for so many years.

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  2. I was kind of shocked when I read this on the newspaper headlines. It has so much to learn from for sure.

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  3. oh yes Save me from the followrs tooo

    Bikram's

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  4. yes, I am shocked too.. may be they perceive the rising popularity of Gita as a threat to their own Religion?

    Reading Gita calms and soothes me.. I love our holy book!

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  5. You might be interested with this news, Ramesh http://news.vikatan.com/index.php?nid=5613

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  6. There is something terribly wrong with this world. Seems like the Russians need some customized versions of Bhagavad Gita. It should be a choice and not a rule.

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  7. Good to know. Thank you for sharing.

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  8. agree wid AS ....
    time for another SOS!!!!

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  9. thanks for letting us know!
    ...:)

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  10. I WAS SHOCKED WHEN I HEARD THE NEWS ON TV!

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  11. No religion should be attacked. Everyone is entitled to practise religion of choice without fear and with freedom.

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