There Is Nothing Terrible In This Life - October 16

October 15, 2012 at 7:54pm

You need good light to make a movie, is it not so? And then you need good darkness in which to show it. Isn't it funny? The cameraman says, "Oh, there is not enough light; we can't take the picture." But when they want to show the film, they turn off all the lights. So, what is important for a movie? Both. Light to take it, darkness to show it.

 

Let us have that light of understanding. Accept things as they are, people as they are. Don't demand anything. Don't put conditions: "Only when you do this does it prove that you love me." Rise above all this. Our attitude, our approach, our love should be unconditional. Simply accept people for what they are, as they are. Learn to love everyone and everyone will love you, no doubt. Then, life is worth living. The world becomes a heaven on earth for you.

 

Om Shanthi, Shanthi, Shanthi

 

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