By Madhusudan Rajagopalan, India This is a story from the book – Guru Leela 5 The Construction Phase During the […]
As I reflect on this whole journey and the Mohanji factor in it, the key thing that has really struck me was that there are no half-measures when Mohanji takes responsibility. Everything is done to the fullest extent possible. He truly means it when he says that he treats people like his own family. Irrespective of his own schedule, there are no compromises or short cuts in delivering on his commitments. He repeatedly told us, “Do what a son would do for his father. Do as if Mohanji is doing.” In that process, he also highlighted the value of the putra dharma (duty of a son/child) that Mohanji values above all other duties to society and even sadhana (spiritual practices)
I would like to share this story of gratitude to Mohanji. This is very special to for me, as this event was possible only with Mohanji’s grace, and his help is for the karmic benefit of me and my family.
“I don’t have ownership. Things happen through me. You see, the pain is certainly there, but I’ve got no suffering (from the discomfort). You guys are all struggling because you happily postpone things or your own things. Ownership causes pain while surrendering it or not owning it frees you. Will you postpone anything if you know the next minute you may not exist?”
When we start writing our experiences, lots of thoughts go back and forth internally; thoughts of what should be shared, how it should be shared, if it’s appropriate, how will others receive it and so on. It’s almost like a tennis match, where the thoughts are like the ball, shuttling between the courts of reasoning. Upon witnessing my thoughts carefully, I came to the understanding that EVERYTHING IS TRADITION.
By Rekha Murali Ammucare Charitable Trust has volunteers across the globe carrying out selfless service activities of various types to
By a few devotees who travelled with Mohanji to Arunachala Many devotees have received the blessed opportunity to travel with