Sometimes life can be really challenging… keeping up with the stresses of school, occasional conflicts with our parents and siblings, constantly trying to fit in and feel a sense of belonging with our friends. Luckily we have Spiritual Masters to guide us through the challenges of life. Param Pujya Dadashri, Pujya Niruma and Pujyashree Deepakbhai offer nuggets of spiritual wisdom to help us through our daily struggles, so we can remain happy, be calm and find the positive in any situation. Read the ‘Awakening ’ excerpt below from an actual Satsang, and unlock your inner wisdom.
Whom To Call Noble?
Questioner: When a situation prompts you to show off boastfully, instead, you become polite, this is nobility. When politeness becomes extraordinary, then nobility also becomes extraordinary. Please explain this concept.
Pujyashri: Now look at this tree; when it starts bearing fruit does it ...
Children see, Children Do
This video illustrates what our future may look like, depending on the examples we set to others.
Children learn by example, and so do adults.
This knowledge is true power, but have we been using it for good or bad?
“Children learn by trying to do something, by failing, and by being told about or by copying some new behavior that has better results.
Questioner: if we encourage a person, he will perform well in his team, and we also will progress well ourselves. Dadashri says that encouragement can be done in three ways, with the mind, with words, and with action. Please can you explain in detail as to how this can be done?
Pujyashri: When we encourage a person, it means that we are boosting the positive points in the person.Thus,
In this world who is the most 'Punyashali'?
Dadashri: That one who is unassociated with any sort of bad company, who is afraid of committing sinful deeds. This is great knowledge!
One creates paap (sin; or demerit karma)
Bhagwan Mahavir & Pratikraman of Goshala
“After my death, you all go to Lord Mahavir. Acknowledge him as God! I am mere scam. After my death, spit on my dead body and feed it to vultures.”