The truth of life is what the wisdom (Gyana) proves or the faith reveals.

The wisdom proves that by any means, whatsoever it be, neither we can live forever with the body nor can the body remain with us forever.

The faith reveals that the one who is the illuminator and the source of creation is our own.

[su_highlight background=”#d3ff99″]At the root of entire creation there is an eternal being, who is also an illuminator of all appearance. If we accept the imperceptible it is called belief and if we accept the imperceptible it is called belief and if we accept his grace we call it reverence. Belief and reverence lead to implicit faith. Implicit faith makes intimate relationship vivacious and invokes ever lasting memory and unbounded love. Ever lasting memory and intense love are the essence of life. Which dispel all voidness.[/su_highlight]

Either accepts the truth which the wisdom reveals or accept the truth which is realized by belief, reverence and implicit faith.

[su_highlight background=”#99ffa3″]Wisdom tells us that no one should ever think ill of me, rather ever one should co-operate and have goodwill towards me. This signifies that whether any one has goodwill towards me and co-operates with me or not, I shall have goodwill for one and all and shall co-operate with them to the best of my ability.  Only such persons are called ‘Dharmatma’ (virtuous). This is the science of religion. Irrespective of one’s caste, creed, race or nationality or the strength one possesses, whether meager or abundant, the need for Dharmatma is felt by one and all.[/su_highlight]

If our own life becomes so sublime that our need is felt by all, but we may not feel the necessity of any one for our own self, such a life is termed generous and independent. True love manifests spontaneously in such a life.

Generosity, self dependence and love, all are immortal elements. According to the saying of the preceptors and the Veds, God is also supremely generous, independent and reservoir of eternal love. From this point of view human being and god are akin to each other and have eternal and intimate relationship. By accepting this truth, we attain such a divine life, where any kind of want, dependence, turbulence and voidness do not exit. Being a human being, should we not aspire for such a divine life? Whether the aspiration for such a life is fulfilled or not, we may not know or believing, but we are neither dependent on any one nor incapable of aspiring for such a life. Aspiration for such a life dispels all worldly desires and in its place Yoga (union with god) manifests spontaneously.