Saturday, March 3, 2012

To be free is to be free even from the bondage of things.

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Message for the day 02-03-2012
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To be free is to be free even from the bondage of things. 

Expression: The one who is dependent on the presence of a particular thing to succeed in a task is also under the bondage of that thing. Such a person will not be able to put in effort to his full capability since he is always thinking of what is lacking. On the other hand the one who tries to find a way to do the task at hand even when there is nothing available is the one who finds new resources. He is then able to use these resources too for accomplishing the task.

Experience: When I am thinking more about what is to be done rather than thinking about what is lacking, I am able to be content with what I have. I am able to appreciate every small thing that is present in my life that I could use for my own benefit and that of others. I am able to work for what I want to achieve without being caught up only with the desires.



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Soul Sustenance 02-03-2012 
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Self Management

It is only in our relationships that we can truly know ourselves. We are a mirror for each other. What we give to others at the level of our thoughts, feelings and attitudes is what we give to ourselves, and will finally come back from others. Our relationships are the real workshop, classroom, learning laboratory of our life. Relationship is not simply getting along with others, it is about understanding, building, nourishing and caring. Every interaction carries a lesson. Take one relationship, look at it, explore it and ask yourself what does it tell you about yourself and your life so far. Let your relationships reveal you to yourself. As you do you will naturally learn what makes relationships work, or not work, as the case may be! And the more you get to know yourself in the mirror of your relationships the more easily you will be able to understand others.

Think of two people who are close to you. Now think about each relationship and write down what each of these people seems to bring out in you when you are with them. What part of your self would you want to see more developed in each of these relationships e.g. humour, patience, humility (egolessness) etc.? What will you do today to develop these aspects of your personality?
In Spiritual Service,
Brahma Kumaris

3 comments:

  1. Gud morning sir,
    how r u..?

    Aapne bola wese agar me mere kisi close one ke relationship me sochu ki wht that person want in me.?

    To ek saval he ki agar vo muje change hone ko bole..to me kya karu?

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    Alpesh MaliMar 5, 2012 07:53 PM
    Gud morning sir,
    how r u..?

    Aapne bola wese agar me mere kisi close one ke relationship me sochu ki wht that person want in me.?

    To ek saval he ki agar vo muje change hone ko bole..to me kya karu?
    //

    Alpesh Mali, Just wait for couple of days your question will be answered in one of the Message for the day. Keep looking out for it.

    Regards,
    Prem Anand

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