Sunday, 14 June 2015

A natural hunger

|| योग: कर्मसु कौशलम् ||

Mananeeya Eknathji gives here the general observation that with few exceptions man needs to live in a group
He further says , In principle, it is accepted that when you share your happiness, it becomes more. Man is a social animal and he cannot live independently without sharing with others, however trifling and insignificant his wants may be. For the sake of his satisfaction man has to share with his colleagues in the society. Even for a self-centred person who desires to parade his wealth, observers are essential; otherwise, where and to whom can he parade his dignity and pomp? When other people share his pleasure, then only he can enjoy. This is the reason why man has been described as a gregarious animal, an animal that lives in and enjoys through the group. Man always likes to live in company. Secluded life is meant only for the select few.
These likes and dislikes, praise and censure, creates lot of happiness as well disturbances in the lives of the people. And that has to be kept in mind while dealing with the people. The karyakartas who have to mix with the people need to be always aware of this fact and walk carefully.