Rosh explains the lyrics of Jai Jagdish Hare, famous song from legendary film Anand Math.
How should one live their life today? With faith, and fearless action!
"Let Buddh help you reach that ultimate point. Then certainly, if you meet him there, kill him. You will be truly free."
"Then why are Zen masters," asked Josh, "who teach their disciples to kill the Buddh on the way, still clinging on to Buddh themselves?"
Glimpses of greatness can be seen all around us, not just in ancient avatars and famous leaders.
Necessity and opportunity creates heroes out of ordinary beings.
Am I my body or my mind? My consciousness or my memories? Or am I a sum total of all of these?
Discover some pointers in this old Buddhist story or this Sufi song ...
His senses had been fogged by shock and confusion, and he had lain in his lair hungry and mentally shattered.
As the day progressed, the fog surrounding his brain slowly cleared. It was replaced by pain.
Who am I? Where have I come from and where am I going?
They are questions, which have their common source in the quest for meaning, which has always compelled the human heart. In fact, the answer given to these questions decides the direction which people seek to give to their lives.
Dronacharya (Teacher Dron) taught archery equally to all his students, yet Arjun excelled the others in mastering it.
The seed which falls in a rich and ready soil bears the greatest fruits.
“Come back to me quickly. You can have your Kingdom of Heaven,” she impulsively spoke her thoughts aloud to him.
He winced and thought a little. Then answered with great sadness, “But I can’t go on that journey anymore. I have nothing left to pay the fare.”
As he floated in and out of consciousness, talking to his God as he had done on countless other occasions in his life, long-forgotten words from Dan Schutte’s famous Christian hymn came to the fore again, inside his being.
"Why did you do it?" he asked.
"He didn't eat them at lunch, so he didn't want them. I wanted them, so I took them." Josh said reasonably.
"Beware son," said Rosh, "for the mind justifies what the heart desires."