Friday, February 11, 2011

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Feb. 11, 2011

Safeguard your valuables

We take great precautions and make necessary arrangements to protect our home, car, family heirlooms and important documents. Clever tricks are employed to protect what we cherish. We do all this because our material possessions hold great importance for us.

Just as importantly we must safeguard our greatest valuables: our morals and ethics. Take precautions to protect these from pickpockets, thieves and robbers. Do not allow a permissive society and popular culture to distort your views and convince you that everyone has the right to do anything and everything. Popular TV shows, movie and rock stars and famous athletes should not be the measuring stick by which we gauge what is permissible and what is prohibited. Let's face it: nothing much is prohibited these days.

There is a saying: If you don't stand for something, you will fall for anything. Stand up for your values, beliefs, ethics and morals. This does not mean becoming judgmental and carrying a halo around your head. It means that you take a conscious decision to live righteously.

What is the difference between us living in the 21st century and those who lived in the 17th century? Outwardly much has changed and evolved. Internally we are the same, and the laws of God are the same. None of this has changed.

Every individual needs support in order to remain balanced. Do not be ashamed to take the support of basic morals, ethics and old-fashioned values. These are your most precious valuables. Safeguard them.

Didi Ji

Song of the Week: Hare Ram Sankeertan

Last weekend, Radha Madhav Society had a wonderful 12 hour long continous chanting of Hare Ram Sankeertan in various tunes. Over 60 people joined the chanting, several of them for the entire 12 hours, including some kids.

Listen to one of those tunes

Audio lecture: "Who am I?"

A lecture in English titled "Who Am I?" by Siddheshvari Devi Ji has been posted on our website.

Click here to listen to the lecture and find out the answer to the very basic question that has bothered mankind for a very long time.

Why do we want happiness?

It may seem that everyone in this world desires something different. But if you look at it closely, you will realize that everyone wants just one thing - happiness. Why is it that whether it be a learned scholar or an illiterate, a child or an elderly, man or woman, that everyone wants just happiness? And that too without being told by anyone to do so. There must be a scientific secret behind this.

Click here to find the reason for this desire in everyone.

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