Love is a complex term and is associated with the passion of sexual instinct which has powerful influence upon human behavior. The complexity of Love involves in its ability to generate feelings that are fundamentally the opposite of Love.
Man is a created being. Man is a Spiritual being which displays man’s humanity, moral nature, individuality, and consciousness. Spirituality describes the nature of man’s connection with God.
The Designer Universe in which Man exists reveals the Mind and Intellect of the Designer.
The term consciousness is not a description of mere psychological function or mental awareness. Consciousness includes awareness of both mind, and body in relation to external and internal environment for the purpose of maintaining the state of existence.
Human Existence is transient, ephemeral, and fleeting. We need to seek the powerful and magnificent Force of Krupa to protect ourselves. Krupa brings a sense of Joy and imparts the taste of sweetness ( Madhurya ).
A child is a ‘Supreme Phenomenon’; not even the father, nor the mother can surpass it. There is nothing more sublime than the living touch of your own baby. You can experience the ‘Power of Creation’ by simply holding your baby.
Indian thinkers have described repentance as mental catharsis. Repentance is an act of purification of the mind. Through repentance man changes his thoughts, his desires, his habits, and his actions.The idea of ‘repent or perish’does not define Indian Identity. Repentance does not remit sins. Repentance can transform an individual and brings about changed conduct.
Creative Writing Class at Pioneer High School, Ann Arbor is taught by Jeff Kass who also teaches at the Eastern Michigan University. Creative Writing must describe the ‘Individualistic Rhythm’. A Creative Writer never dies as his thoughts survive in his Writing.
Indians are fascinated by the Blue color of the Sky. In the rest of the Universe, the color of the Sky is Black or Dark. The Sanskrit word Neela or Nila describes both Blue and Black or Dark colors.
Akshaya Paatra means an inexhaustible vessel; a vessel that could gratify man’s desires. If mind is compared to a pot, when all the desires are removed, when the pot is empty, man discovers true bliss, pure Joy.