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You should have faith in God – even in the absence of explanation

Ignorance of every thing other than God – is the unique concentration

You should have faith in God – even in the absence of explanation.

When Drona was preaching Arjuna, - he asked Arjuna to see only

The target which is the eye of bird, - does it mean that Arjuna is blind

In not seeing any other thing? – Such blindness is essential in the end.

If you say that you will not go to school – unless the sweet is given,

Such rigidity is not good, - but rigidity in studies is very much desirable.

The same rigidity becomes good or bad – by the context of its use.

In the hundred and eight names of Datta – one name is that He is rigid.

Rigidity or Tamas is God Shiva, - representing full ignorance only.

Ignorance about God is condemned, - not ignorance of world of devotee.

 

Ignorance of world of a person, – who is not devotee, is not good.

If you are in Pravrutti, you should have – knowledge of world fully.

But if you are immersed in Nivrutti, - ignorance of world is essential.

Ignorance of every thing other than God – is the unique concentration.

No quality is good or bad – by itself, it is just a pure colorless crystal.

If it is near red gem, it becomes red, - if it is near black, it looks black,

If the quality is for God, it is good, - if it is for world, it is bad only.

Within the limits of bad world and – in the absence of context of God,

Good and bad exist in world relatively, - both are absolute bad before God.

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