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Each person struggles through

live. For some the trials are

overpowering, for others a bored

status quo prevails,and

for a minority mountains are

pounded to dust in

the search for meaning and joy.

Within the invisible depths of

each soul there is a yearning.

A need to know ‘Why?’.

‘Why do we live?’,

‘Why do we experience problems?’,

‘Why are we travellers on the

journey of life?’.

In the search for answers to

their uncertainties many turn to

the God-realised Saint.
    Travellers On The Journey Of Life
    Those who call him Bapa...

To a disciple, the guru is the doorway to redemption. However, on the path to realisation would be aspirant has to endure the trials and tribulations of life. Who can he turn to for help? Except to he whom he calls Bapa...

Atul Mehta (Satsangi youth) : What will become of us if we remain attached to our relatives?

Swamishri : Why, are you Dasha or Visa Shrimali (types of caste)?

Atul : I am Brahman.

Swamishri : So then why do you ask the question about being attached to relations?

At the moment I am Brahman, but what if I forget that?

Swamishri : If you’re really Brahman, then you’d never forget it.

Actually, I was asking on behalf of everyone else.

Swamishri : Why are you taking others’ problems onto your own head? First sort out your own! Besides, what could possibly happen to us? We are devotees of God. So naturally we will attain His divine abode. From now on, keep such atmabuddhi firm in your heart.

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