THE HINDU RELIGION : 2. "Students duty to study, and not politics; Teachers duty to teach, and not politics, Today, few teachers and students take stupid lessons from some foolish political parties and leaders, such as Communists, Congress, and stupid bunch;" Listen What Swami Vivekananda says -
I should be very glad to see a man who could show me something which is good all the time, and something which is bad all the time. The storm that kills my friend I call evil, but that may have saved the lives of hundreds of thousands of people by killing the bacilli in the air. The Impersonal God we propose is not a relative God; therefore it cannot be said that It is either good or bad, but that It is something beyond, because It is neither good nor evil."
Respected family members of this great holy Nation.
VERY IMPORTANT FOR THE PRESENT DAY STUDENTS : -
Sub : THE HINDU RELIGION : 2.
By Swami Vivekananda.
Ref : Students duty to study, and not politics; Teachers duty to teach, and not politics, Today, few teachers and students take stupid lessons from some foolish political parties and leaders, such as Communists, Congress, and stupid bunch; Listen What Swami Vivekananda says -
The Hindus found their creed upon the ancient Vedas, a word derived from Vid, "to know".
These are a series of books which, to our minds, contain the essence of all religion; but we do not think they alone contain the truths.
They teach us the immortality of the soul.
In every country and every human breast there is a natural desire to find a stable equilibrium — something that does not change.
We cannot find it in nature, for all the universe is nothing but an infinite mass of changes.
But to infer from that that nothing unchanging exists is to fall into the error of the Southern school of Buddhists and the Charvakas, which latter believe that all is matter and nothing mind, that all religion is a cheat, and morality and goodness, useless superstitions.
The Vedanta philosophy teaches that man is not bound by his five senses.
They only know the present, and neither the future nor the past; but as the present signifies both past and future, and all three are only demarcations of time, the present also would be unknown if it were not for something above the senses, something independent of time, which unifies the past and the future in the present.
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