Satya Darshana
 Ever present state










Program in US

             Generally we identify ourselves as ‘X’ from ‘Y’ country, profess ‘A’ religion, read the holy book ‘B’, worship ‘S’ and I am 32-year-old etc

             And then we indicate towards our physical body to substantiate our identity, We liberally use words like ‘I’, ‘Me’, ‘My’, Mine’, etc to differentiate ourselves from others. Of course a labelled identity is absolutely necessary in our mundane life as namelessness creates confusion But, we must be aware of the fact that names are just abstract symbols given to our physical body for identification, which could be changed at one’s will. Because, we are not born with any inherent names or any other socio-cultural labels inscribed on our body.

          You would have been one of the “LABELS” depending on the place of birth. Were you born in Australia, you would have been an Australian, Christian, believing Jesus and Bible, Similarly, were you born in India, you would have been a Hindu, speaking one of the Indian languages, believing Krishna and the Bhagavad-Gita.




 

            Our body is real, but not the name or the label on it.

LABELS HAVE INSULATED US,

LABELS HAVE MADE US BLIND AND NARROW

WE ARE NOT LABELS

THEREFORE LET US COME OUT OF THESE LABELED, INSULATED CELL AND TELL THE WORLD

“WE ARE UNIVERSAL HUMAN BEINGS”