The Third Word And Beyond
The Third Word And Beyond3 mins 300 3 mins 300
Nobody can avoid telling I or I am, we cannot obviate that! But most important is the third word and beyond. I am a King, I am an officer. That third word and beyond are nothing but an exaggerated reflection of I which makes it more dangerous and approach to others is spoiled. All our activities are influenced by making the surroundings poisonous. Those words are our identification. It compels the ego in I more stronger to take strange actions. This identification does not act alone but combines all others with the same nature and harm the society and the world. The second world war was the result of that combined ego of a few politicians and their followers. That ego is the cause of ignorance. or the wrong voice from the within
Our nature of utterance of the third word and beyond speaks our nature making the listener happy or sorrowful. The nature of expression should be changed from arrogance to politeness in all clime. Duration of time how small it may be, does or does not change our inner nature. In negative being ignorant when express our astral body vibrate turning it to anger by that we drink poison and hope other people to die.
We should be as polite as we can when expressing ourselves for the betterment of man listening to us or society. A tree full of fruits always bends to the ground.
All friends are requested to open their third invisible eye of discrimination when putting their step forward. Below is a short story why the fourth word is dangerous
We all know that Shivajee was a powerful king of the Marahtta dynasty and a great warrior. Once he was inspecting construction work in his palace along with his Guru Ramdas who was a well-known saint at that time. Labourers were working with most enthusiasm because the king was inspecting the work. Suddenly a mishap took place two or three laterite stone fell down from the top due to the negligence of two workers.
Shivajee became furious and took out his sword to punish the labourer. He scolded saying I am giving you food and money still you are neglecting the work. Guru Ramdas was silently listening to the drama and could understand that it is the ego of Shivajee was speaking. He could make Shivajee silent and took him a few steps to one old laterite stone. He ordered Shivajee to lift the stone. Shivajee could not understand but obeyed the order.
Then Ramdas asked him O' king what did you see? Shivajee politely replied I saw many white ants are stocking their food together. Guru again asked have they life? king replied yes then Ramdas came to the point! asked the king are you giving them food? NO replied the king.
Guru then asked how they live, food given by God. The grains you give to laborers is yours? No master replied the king. You are only the caretaker of your people. Ramdas killed the ego of Shivajee and advised him to serve the people. Shivajee bowed his head could understand his fault.