Meaning And Application Of Virtues

Meaning And Application Of Virtues

 Take one of the following virtues (qualities) per day and spend five minutes thinking about its meaning and its application during the day.

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A.  Harmony (Unity)
B           Forgiveness
C. Trust
D.           Flexibility
E. Courage
F.           Gentleness
G. Freedom
H.            Understanding
I.  Benevolence (Kindness)
J.              Patience
K. Enthusiasm
L.             Tolerance
M. Serenity (Peacefulness)
N.            Co-operation
O. Generosity
P.           Humility (Egolessness)

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Though all of us may be aware the subject, this is being sent as a small reminder. It is applicable to all human beings, irrespective of religion, caste or creed. We sincerely wish all of us live the GOD gifted “limited life” fully. Have a blessed day!

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Matrix of Dreams and Illusions merge with Real and Genuine

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Matrix of Dreams and Illusions merge with Real and Genuine the Divine ?

Matrix of Dreams and Illusions merge with Real and Genuine

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Spirits unreal

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The fire matrix

What is the Matrix? matrix for starters is a movie trilogy that was released into theaters in March of 1999, with part The s 2 &3 released in May and November of 2003. 1. At every stage of your life, you will be presented with various choices. Your life boils down to the choices which you make in the course of your life. You have to make the choices very carefully, so that you don’t regret them later on in life.

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2. You have to believe firmly. If you believe that something will happen, and your belief is so damn strong and intense, then that “something” cant help but happen. So believe truly and firmly in all that you think and do.

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3. Know that whatever events happen in your life happen for a purpose.You just need to know the purpose and learn whatever it has to offer.

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Understanding Attachment

Source: Gopal Nair gopal@mfgglobal.org via googlegroups.com

Understanding Attachment

Why do you suffer so much when things that you have brought so close to you are changed or lost? It is because they are too close. When someone damages your car and you suffer it is because you think you are the car! This is the deepest mistake. It is the deepest cause of the suffering called anger. You are not aware of this of course, but if you were to take a moment and see what you were doing in your own mind, you would see you have brought the image of the car up on the screen of your mind. You have then gone into that image of the car in your mind, and you have lost your ‘sense of self’ in the image of the car. In effect you identify with the car. So if the car outside is scratched or damaged in any way, it feels like it is happening to you and, as a result, you become disturbed. The disturbance is called anger. In spiritual terms this would be called attachment. Attachment is a mistake we all make within our consciousness and it creates what is known as ego. From a spiritual point of view, ego is the root of all suffering, and all suffering can be found and felt at an emotional level in the various forms of fear, anger and sadness.

If you don’t want to suffer from fear, anger or sadness, don’t get attached to anything or anyone, to any expectation, any item, any particular outcome (result). That does not mean you shouldn’t have possessions. It does not mean you can’t have people around you that you love. Nor does it mean you don’t have expectations, goals, etc. You do. But your relationship with them changes. Detachment means you are no longer dependent on any of them for your peace and happiness. You choose to be peaceful and content anyway. So when possessions are damaged or when people leave or die or when expectations are not met, all of which are inevitable, you don’t become discontent. You have realized everything in life comes and goes, everything decays, every dynamic process is unpredictable and uncontrollable, and must end. You know this is a reality. Every time you get angry it means you are having an argument with this reality.