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> Brahmaiva Satyam
>Thanks to sada, Vidya and others whose postings helped me to
>Sada's statement that experience coupled with knowledge should lead one
>I gained the knowlege from Upanishads, Masters, Swamis and Gurus... and
>experience more than once by the grace of DEVI.
>Knowledge coupled with experience should have made me a.........
>NO! it did not happen and I am not expecting anything to happen!
>Something is holding me. I can not pinpoint what it is but I feel it
>Let me paint you a picture! I have lot of debts, I have a daughter to
>educated and married and I have a son who needs guidance. If I leave
>these reponsibities and devote 100% to brahman, people would say I am
>irresponsible, a coward.
We need not leave all the responsibilities to devote 100% to Brahman.
If we fix our mind in Truth, we can do anything which naturally comes to
>I have two alternatives.
>1. Ignore the world, forget responsibilities and GO
>2. Stay and discharge responsibilities.
Since "Brahmam only Exists", we need not ignore anything. Just stay in
Brahmam and do the duties.
>Let Noble Thoughts Come To Me From All Sides
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