It Remains As It Is
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Magnanimous knowledge unfolds itself before me today to mark a new beginning where the path has extensive outrageous maneuver to destroy my conviction into shards. In the zephyr of this night- I saw that beam of that scintillating enlightenment demanding for refuge because I acknowledge the importance of it in my life and there remains no streak of suspicion that it will be forbidden in the strenuous crisis of this life of compulsions and emotions. Many people affirm their own selves to provide service to a particular motive which has received their influence and the necessary want but; they often derive no assemblage of beneficiary compliments in return of their service, forcing them to abandon this and follow other.
Due to their incapability to sustain exemplified pressure on their path- they were forced to leave it: not only there was a presence of agony and troubles and distress and such category of pains physically, but also they were striking these sledgehammers on the follower's mind to cause pain mentally. Not everyone can devote their whole mind and body in this particular path- only those who can tolerate any kind of test and agony can be honoured with the reward at the end, where the destination is awaited for a right person. But, like J. Krishnamurti, I mention the same thing that in the path there is contentment (if you do not dawdle on its purity), while the end is just the end.
The 'path' and 'knowledge' which I have lately stated means- 'truth!' One must follow the path of truth and that is what I aforementioned. Osho quotes on truth, "Truth is never destroyed; it is always available in its eternal freshness for those who are seeking." It is hideous to question the truth- it is called that because it is true! You have to simply follow it and they will attain it, as Osho said: who are seeking. Swami Vivekananda quotes on the same that you must never hesitate to bellow it out of yourself if you are not meek and callow with bravery: "Tell the truth boldly, whether it hurts or not. Never pander to weakness. If truth is too much for intelligent people and sweeps them away, let them go; the sooner the better." In any situation, you must not forget that truth is what must be followed- you have to persistent on your path and even if there is any other perfidious way- you must not approach that one; Mahatma Gandhi said, "Truth is one, paths are many." No matter which path one takes- if it is a bearer of falsity, then to also linger over there is to linger in futility. I again would like you to remind you through the words of J. Krishnamurti that "Truth is more in the process than in the result."
Upon the usage of truth in emotional matters very bluntly; I would like to inform that the consequences will be very disturbing if your conscience is not upto to that calibre where such separations do not affect you. As a precautionary measure, think before you leap, and at times- check twice.
This is my comprehension of the Hindi film "Harishchandra Taramati" from which I am greatly inspired, like Gandhiji when he saw that as a play.