we are all researchers in this world…..and lost on various paths …..
to learn one has to drive own car….
listening own music ….
finding the own answers…..
like many enlightened masters did……Individually
but on the contrary their teaching developed
a collective journey of faiths , religions , beliefs and paths …..
so now it is like a guided tour on a train where we are one of the many among the co-passengers we call them followers …..
so steering in the hands of the gurus or the head of missions …
the engine compartment is totally separate with restricted access….
and compartments of different classes are created from special to ordinary followers….
now how to keep these many followers busy….
many rituals are created ….with lot of social objects……
so a ordinary good person becomes a helpless follower…..totally brain washed…….
working for whole or part of life in hope of enlightenment ……
one disillusioned shift to another collective journey ….. in a hope
so go back to your own car…..
and if you have to learn…… how to drive……
have a temporary coach or a Guru who will leave you …….
once you start driving your own car ……
Our body is like a car , we all are driver of car .
Creator is sitting with us inside ,
to keep car clean we travel comfortably between life and death of body,
to keep drive clean creator comes closer.
So 1. keep the body clean from outside or healthy,
2. keep it clean from inside or sensitive,
3. drive carefully means do not hurt any body in any way.
4. give fellow passengers good journey means take care of your family, society, and nature.
When the driver is good, driver need not worry about the owner,
the owner will worry about the driver .
we become good driver , the creator will always remain with us.
Body is the temple of God ….and our guru….
so one must have a gratitude and respect for the parents and to body….
with healthy mind…for evolution of soul to oneness with cosmic spirit……
the health in totality…
car music is within the car only.
dear and divine…… till you search your value in other’s eyes one is poor
to hide that poorness one display the wealth of all kind in other’s eyes….
but once you are valuable in your own eyes…….
inside become more valuable than outside……
it is your true certification which is more important
valuable than some body certifying it…..
have your own certificate of enlightenment……
freedom to right copy and share
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