Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Secret of power lies in unity and organisation

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Swami Vivekananda also explains the same as the 'Secret of power lies in unity and organisation'

Swami Vivekananda says : Before my mind rises one of the marvellous verses of the Rig-Veda Samhitâ which says, "Be thou all of one mind, be thou all of one thought, for in the days of yore, the gods being of one mind were enabled to receive oblations." That the gods can be worshipped by men is because they are of one mind. Being of one mind is the secret of society.

Why is it, to take a case in point, that forty millions of Englishmen rule three hundred millions of people here? What is the psychological explanation? These forty millions put their wills together and that means infinite power, and you three hundred millions have a will each separate from the other. Therefore to make a great future India, the whole secret lies in organization, accumulation of power, co-ordination of wills.

And the more you go on fighting and quarrelling about all trivialities such as "Dravidian" and "Aryan", and the question of Brahmins and non-Brahmins and all that, the further you are off from that accumulation of energy and power which is going to make the future India.
For mark you, the future India depends entirely upon that. That is the secret -accumulation of will-power, coordination, bringing them all, as it here, into one focus.

And the same focus Eknathji also kept in front of the karyakartas of the organisation so that they would always think of organised efforts in all walks of life.

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