During Aashadh Navaratri, Raj Kumar read to Shree Maa a beautiful presentation on his contemplation of the true meaning of life, how we should approach life, and the “Oneness” of God. Shree Maa enjoyed this so much that She requested we share it with you all. As She hugged Raj Kumar, we managed to get a few great photos as well.
There is no air, no water, no death, nothing at his plate. A human being is not just a male or female body. Human beings are beyond that.
We are brought on earth for a reason, but we ignore it much of the time and most don’t know why we are here.
Life is not meant to produce wealth (millionaires/billionaires), nor to have a partner (girlfriend, boyfriend, wife, husband), etc.
Life is meant to be something else in which we feel light. There is no body weight and no thoughts, and you can feel the air and become one of those. That stage in life is when you become so light.
Most of the human beings among us are “heavy” because of worldly attachments, fear, anger, emotions and what not. It is very easy for someone to write, “We should not have all of these worldly attachments,” but it has become more like the nature of the human being.
We should live a life like a child who only knows how to play. Like a child, we won’t care of our past and our future. Like a child, we would be busy in the present moment and carry no emotional baggage such as anger and jealousy. Like a child, we would not have feelings which make us feel worldly.
Every person in the world is a tenant on earth. Where there is wealth, the owner is only One. A God with many names, the One Divine being gave us this body. The One Divine Being created the One. The One Divine Being is Formless. There is no gender for the One. It is our mental interpretations that we consider the One as Shiva, Devi Maa, or Ganesh. All of the divine forms are really only One.
God helped us a lot by giving us divine forms so we can follow the form we like, because God knows he/she is One.
Finally, everything is God. Then there is no “me” and it is only the One. We are not two but one.