Interpretation Of Truth
Interpretation Of Truth2 mins 370 2 mins 370
Once there was a poor person. It was raining heavily. He saw a temple priest who was running fast to reach the temple. The priest was trying to avoid being trapped in train. When the poor person saw the priest doing so, he rebuked the priest and said that priest was doing the contempt of God. When the god is pouring the rain upon the Earth, the priest should not run fast to avoid it. Rather the priest should embrace the rain. The priest then stopped on the road in rain and as a result suffered from fever.
After 3-4 days the priest was sitting in the temple and was coughing. It was raining again. The priest saw the poor person who was running from Temple to his home and was trying to avoid being trapped in rain. When the priest saw the poor person doing so, he rebuked the poor person and said that he was doing the contempt of God. When the god is pouring the rain upon the Earth, the poor should not run fast to avoid it. Rather the poor person should embrace the rain.
The poor person kept on running fast.He said the priest, what he was saying. The drops of rain were very valuable. As the drops of rain were being bestowed upon him by God, he was respecting them. The poor man said , he was running fast, because he did not want the drops of rain to come below his feet. He was avoiding being trapped in the rain, because he respect the God.
This the how the common man interprets the truth. The truth is exactly the same. It is universal and omnipresent. When the truth is being perceived by the common man, it is being tarnished by the ego. This is the reason why a person can not take same stand. The interpretation of truth vary from person to person. A man is clever enough to interpret the truth as per the necessity and changing situation. When a man grows beyond the boundary of ego, only in that case his eyes are capable enough to perceive the truth in true sense.