Thursday, April 22, 2010

ತನಗೆ ಬಾರದ ಲಾಭ

3 comments:

CHANDRAMOWLY said...

To a man who has attained perfection there is no duality. He is in everything and everything is in him. Common people like us who are on the way to realise this truth, need to accept every one, 'as they are' and as part of 'one cosmic force'. Every one will reap their fruits in line with their vasanas, effort and karma (samchita, prarabdha and agami) in their own pace and time. If we know this, we will be humble to learn from our own friends, relatives and even from children and make our lives balanced with equanimity. How do the parents of Abdul kalam feel? How do we feel about him? To live the princple packed in this Kagga, one has to first accept that the fruits of life are given to the deserving, who are aspiring and have put in great effort and always think of that. When we accept this, there is no envy, egoplay in our transaction with the world. Thus we can live in peace and enjoy the success of others as if it is our own....

Chandramowly

Venkatesha Murthy said...

Very well written sir. To get happiness out of others success is something which takes a lot of practice and constant effort. As DVG says other kaggas like "sva-antamam tidditiru -mankutimma", "naguva keluta naguvudu atishayada dharma...","maramarali lesaagisatmavanu- mankutimma" and many more.., it surely takes a constant effort and an eye on our mind and behavior.

rao uncle said...

Great knowledge!Thanks for your post and the apt comments from your friends.God Bless you all. Jai Gurudev.
B.N.R.Rao.
Mangalore,India 26.04.2010