7/11 2006: Mumbai Train Blasts. 209 Killed.
25/8 2007: Hyderbad Blasts: 42 Killed
Oct 11 2007: Ajmer Blasts : 2 Killed
May 13 2008: Jaipur Blasts : 68 Killed
July 16th 2008: Ahmedabad Blasts : 57 Killed
July 25th 2008: Banglaore Blasts: 1 killed
Sept 13th 2008: Delhi Blasts: 26 Killed
Sept 27th 2008: Delhi Blasts: 2 Killed
Sept 29th 2008 : Gujrat Blasts : 1 killed
Oct 21st 2008: Imphal Blasts : 17 Killed
Oct 30th 2008: Assam Blasts : 40 Killed
Nov 26th 2008: Mumbai Attack: 180 killed

Did you know that on the day of the Mumbai train blasts, the Government gave Rs 150 crores for earthquake relief in Pakistan ? Last year our Govt. has given Rs 3000 crores (600 Million Dollars) to Afghanistan? This, when victims of terror in India have not yet got aid? What’s going on?

2) Our Government has given 25 lakh scholarships ONLY to minority students..
What sin have the majority done not to deserve these?
Why cannot poor students of all communities be given scholarships instead of only Muslim children?

3) Thanks to the Congress led Government, out of 36000 temples in Andhra Pradesh, 28000 have closed down in the last five years. Do you want the same trend to continue in other parts of the country? Do you want a Nagaland type of situation in the whole of India? While government controls most of the Hindu temples, the minority community has had full freedom to organize their religious bodies.. The minority communities now have the first right over resources. Is this not a blatant violation of fundamental rights of the majority community?

4) Why have the minorities in Nagaland, Mizoram & Kashmir not got the similar privileges like the minorities in other states? Why is the Govt following different rules for different religions?

What are all the minorities doing? Are they objecting to these divisional politics of the current Govt? Forget about them, do our pseudo secular Indians even have the guts to raise these issues or are they so bothered about hurting the sentiments of the " minorities"?

I am sure none of these secular Indians have had close ones who lost their lives because of the madness of a few Islamic fundamentalist (terrorist).I am sure they have no idea what is happening in North East where villages are being burnt over night and within few hours one can see Pakistani flags hoisted.

Whats going on?

Is this secularism or just plain cowardice? We find great comfort in hiding behind beautiful concepts. If we really wish for peace in the world we need to have the courage to stand up against Adharma. Krishna did exactly that 5000 years ago. At that time the pandavas had to wage a outright War against their own family members. Was that decision adhering to the idea of "one world Family"?? Yes it was. Because Even if one person in the family is doing injustice everyone else has to unite and stand up against it. Only then one can call it a "family". Only then peace can prevail.

History repeats itself. I was wondering why Guruji has to speak about the Govts pro-minority approach. HE does because it needs to be done.


JaiGurudev


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Six thousand Madrassas have been closed down all over in the middle east and in Pakistan. But the current Govt in India has decided to give status equivalent to CBSE to all the Madrassas in India. Can we call people who have been taught that earth is flat educated?

Our Great PM says that the minorities will have the first right to the natural resources in our country. It seems they have also promised reservation in Jobs for the Muslims. Now that is some kind of desperation to continue to stay in power.This is Vote Bank politics crossing all limits of utter shamelessness.

Recently I was invited in an institution in Bangalore to give a talk. As I started talking about the Madrassa issue there were just two muslims who were so prompt to object. After the talk they came up to me and said that I should not have said all those things. The thing worth noticing was their promptness to act when something was spoken against them. The funny part being a friend of theirs who was a Hindu was more upset than anybody else.

No wonder Guruji says that Hinduism is the most tolerant of all religions. All this so called secular Hindus who object when something is said against the Muslims do so because they are genuinely good at heart. But they should know that none of these same Muslims are going to ever stand up against people who talk against Hinduism.

JaiGurudev


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Desire is the root cause of sorrow. So said Gautam Buddha. So what do I do with it? How do I deal with the unceasing flow of desires in my mind. Just one silly insignificant desire can cloud your intellect, infuse your whole body mind complex with feverishness and kill your peace of mind.

Of Course there are many solutions. One of my favourite one is "Remembering the sauda (deal)". Once Guruji said,"Just think of it as a deal. You do my work I will do your work". As I keep doing His work it is amazing to watch how HE does my work.

Now the question is does he fulfill all your desires and the answer is NO. Once someone asked Him do you give us whatever we ask for? He said ," NO. Sometimes I give you something even better." So as you are doing his work if the desire still stays unfulfilled just have this faith that either its not good for you or the time is not ripe and better still He is planning to give you something much better.

One who has this faith is relaxed and happy.

JaiGurudev


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A fantastic innovation was successfully implemented in the Aurangabad Utsav. We organised a event which was free only for the people who have already enrolled for the course. This was a good incentive for people to enroll in advance.

In this event I talked about the greatness of India, her culture and spiritual heritage. The Super talented Ajit, Krishnan and Anagha entertained them with a few film songs and then we did a satsang, meditation and ended the program with a high energy dance on A R Rehmans Vande Matatram.

It was a super Hit!

JaiGurudev


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Q: I find that I fall in love again and again! Earlier I would fall for the talented, the beautiful and the great but now after joining the spiritual path I find I can fall for anybody - the really humble, the ordinary and the not so perfect. What I mean is that suddenly out of the blue I start loving somebody completely as they are and with all the symptoms of typical romantic love. All flavours of love that I feel towards people are fine except where romantic love is involved. My question is should this love be expressed or ignored? If I ignore it I may be depriving the other person of a wonderful experience and even perhaps an opportunity to try this path. I may be killing the love itself and is that OK? If I express it, it may mislead the person - because I know that it will change quite soon :) What's to be done with this love ?

A: First of all you cannot Kill Love. Its not possible. If you can kill then its no love at all. What can I do for you is love, the rest is just chemical imbalance. Just relax, wait and let it pass and what remains is Love. Remember that love is bliss its only the craving to possess that gives us pain. There is fine distinction between love and craving for pleasure. Only the luckiest will understand. So all these romantic flavours of love, if happening with almost everyone need to be laughed at and better still ignored. You are not here for momentary pleasure you are here to realise you are pleasure. For that you need to engage yourself in seva, sadhna and satsang. Do not fool yourself thinking that you may be depriving someone else of a wonderful experience. Everyone is already taken care of, including you.

JaiGurudev


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I have really no idea how many lifetimes are packed into this one life. Everything is moving at such an unimaginable pace. I remember the first Volunteers meet in Aurangabd a month ago. We were around 5 people with absolutley no idea about how the Utsav was going to happen.

Yesterday there were more than 1500 people on the ground enjoyng the satsang and a fantastic Q & A session with our very dear Bau and Dinesh. Many Many things happened in between. For the first time I had to deal with downright aggression. The biggest problem of Maharashtrians is Food. I would not be surprised even if they serve Ice cream with green chillies! I realised the impact of food on the mind.

The first thing I did there was we started Group Sadhna and emphasised on sattvic food. Some of them even left white sugar completely. As the sattva increased things started moving and enrollments started pourng in. We touched 1400 by the last day. And the course was Graced by the presence of Guruji on the secong day straight after Sudarshan Kriya. He spend more than an hour with the participants answering their questions and listening to their Experiences.

As I have already mentioned In my first post That my life is a series of roller coaster rides that culminate in perfectly happy endings. What I learnt from this entire expereince was that all you need is a sincere intention to spread the knowledge. The impact of what you do is directly proportional to the amount of Grace you "allow" to flow through your actions. How much Grace you can access depends on how sattvic is your presence. Satva in turn depends on how good a meditator you are. HOw quickly can you let go of all the good and bad expereinces in life. Having this understanding and constantly recognising that the unseen energy is at work every single moment of our life.

LOKA SAMASTHA SUKHINA BHAVANTU ( may all be Happy)

JaiGurudev.


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