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Friday, July 31, 2009

101 things to see and do in mumbai bombay

101 things to see and do in mumbai bombay

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Anonymous said...

Respected Sir,
If you really want to solve the problem, Why do you not work for solving the problems like sincere human being. Instead of guiding the culprits, you must try to reconcile/settle the matter by mediation. Your organisation can do much better work to improve the society. You are saints then why do you help to defuse the menance.

Anonymous said...

Honourable organizers
It is my humble request to all of you instead of making comments on the law, you must suggest some solution to the problem so that the problems not arise. It is presumed that your aim to get improvement in Dowry Law is good but it appears your method is not right. You must try like Mahatama Gandhi to improve the law and get the problems of both parties solved by human touch. Not by earning reputation for getting business.

Anonymous said...

How is this world? First see what is your bhava, your emotional disposition? The world appears to you according to your bhava. If your nature is divine you will perceive goodness and virtues. With demoniacal nature, you will be inclined to find faults and vices in others. A photograph appears according to the angle from which it has been taken. There is no joy or sorrow, mine or others’ in this world. How the world appears depends on whether you look at it through the angle of attachment, aversion or equanimity. Whatever way you behave in the world do not think it to be real. Otherwise it will make you disturbed and give rise to demoniacal tendencies, grief and sorrow. If your actions happen for the good of others, then don’t be boastful about it. This is an ever-changing transient world, dualistic in appearance. There is either joy or sorrow. Open the third eye beyond these two, that of Knowledge. To develop the vision of Knowledge – to get entangled in neither joy nor sorrow is the summit of spirituality.

Anonymous said...

How is this world? First see what is your bhava, your emotional disposition? The world appears to you according to your bhava. If your nature is divine you will perceive goodness and virtues. With demoniacal nature, you will be inclined to find faults and vices in others. A photograph appears according to the angle from which it has been taken. There is no joy or sorrow, mine or others’ in this world. How the world appears depends on whether you look at it through the angle of attachment, aversion or equanimity. Whatever way you behave in the world do not think it to be real. Otherwise it will make you disturbed and give rise to demoniacal tendencies, grief and sorrow. If your actions happen for the good of others, then don’t be boastful about it. This is an ever-changing transient world, dualistic in appearance. There is either joy or sorrow. Open the third eye beyond these two, that of Knowledge. To develop the vision of Knowledge – to get entangled in neither joy nor sorrow is the summit of spirituality.

投癢癢 said...

Everything comes if a man will only wait. ....................................................