Monday, 12 October 2015

Introspect n correct

|| योग: कर्मसु कौशलम् ||

Mananeeya Eknathji says one should regain the vision and as early as possible right the wrong caused by one's own behaviour and that is the way in which solidarity could be maintained. He says :
When this vision is regained, man regains his own self. Arjuna's last words in the Bhagavad Gita are:
Nashto Mohaha smritirlabdha tvatprasadatmayachyuta XVIII.73
"My infatuation has been lost and I have regained my memory." Our Bible teacher used to teach us, "Virtue is vision; vice is forgetfulness." If you falter or slip, you get up again and stand on your legs by yourself. No wrong should be done to anybody in word or deed. But if through negligence this takes place, immediately seize the first opportunity to right the wrong and be friends again. People in a fit of craziness, on account of small friction, refrain from talking to one another. It is human to err but to forgive is divine.

We are a family. We live and work together for a cause. We must remember that a spring returns to its shape or position as soon as the tension is removed. So try to remove tension and maintain normalcy at all times.