PHILOSOPHICAL LIFE IS NEVER, NEVER
AWAY FROM ME!
Sometimes, there may be thoughts in me like..
"Philosophy of life isn't for me.. Being homebound where's the time for me for all this?
It's very much for elders with no active work often advising and helping out the youngsters on the right and wrong in life..
Let me just get into my activities without wasting further time in this direction!"
Apparently it may be seen correct to firm up so with almost 'Nil' time in front of me to breath but when carefully seen in depth with certain openness, I equally understand that..
I'm constantly doing my routine jobs in life; both at home and outside with certain
Naturally, I'll be very happy if all of my expectations come true with
Experienced by me in every direction..
But it's equally true that there's a
In me here with an ever live question by my side..
'What am I, if my expectations go wrong in spite myself doing the best in the situation?'
'THE SCIENCE OF PHILOSOPHY'
Gives me a
By providing certain guidelines which define the
'QUALITY OF SELF'
Required in all my actions as I start doing them..
That quality is nothing but involving in all my works as I deal with people around with a
'Let me care a little less for my comfort and
Care a bit more for the good of others
SPREAD HAPPINESS EVERYWHERE!'
Further the guidelines say,
'Constantly try doing a little above the min level which is easily possible and see what happens!'
No doubt in such situations, a minor criticism from others is seen but no problem as that soon fades out and people around me quickly understand my true intentions and become supportive..
'GREAT BENEFIT BENIFIT'
Of this attitude is
'The good accrued in this process becomes the useful entity for the people around me and I get my mental peace of that level with a certain
'READINESS TO ACCEPT THE RESULT'
At my own level!'
Sloka 30 Chapter III (Karma Yoga) of Srimad Bhagavad Gita,
Affirms the same saying,
'ye me matam idam nityam anutistathi manavah
sraddhavanto nasuyanto mucyante te pi karmabhi'
'Those human beings who always execute these injunctions of mine (perform their duties) with full faith and without envy (caring for others), all of them become free from the bondage of reactions from actions (grief in their life)!'
So the next time I am in full action, let me remember that
The philosophical attitude is for me too,
In fact, it's very much for people like me only with active homebound responsibilities and
Sure it ever becomes lesser for those whose energies drop down with age unless
The individual is otherwise tuned!