The greatest lesson of life-Soulveda

The greatest lesson of life

Give! Share!” is the truth we all need to express in our daily life.
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At the feet of the Guru, we shall learn one of the greatest lessons of life—the service of love.

The true disciple serves his Guru and, gradually, learns to see in others an image of his Guru.

So, the disciple, in serving the poor and needy, realises what it is to serve the Guru and in his service, there is progress from joy to joy, and there is no room for pride or self-consciousness.

“On whatever road men approach me,” says Krishna, “on that I go to meet them!”

Children of God are we all—men of faith and unfaith, men of diverse religions and no religion, believers and unbelievers. So, in daily life does God come to greet us. And in the service of the poor, broken ones, no matter what their religion, society, denomination or creed may be He, the Lord Himself, comes to bless us unendingly.

Religion is sharing “he who cooks only for himself is a thief!” says the Gita. “Give! Share!” is the truth we all need to express in our daily life. He who does not share does not give to others in need—he sins against Lakshmi; he crucifies the Goddess of wealth. The true disciples of Krishna or Christ, of Buddha or Zoroaster, of Muhammad or Nanak, have, alike in East and West, borne testimony to the truth that life is compassion and love.

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