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On invitation from various friends, Panditji visited Ceylon in the year 1951, and stayed as a special guest of MR. Vairamuthu, then secretary in the Home Ministry. After few days MR. Vairamuthu had arranged a special meeting in which several judges and erudite scholars were present. At the beginning of the meeting a person sang the Tamil Mother Praise song. Instead of concluding with that, he simply continued with and another song called Koluru pathipagam and a song on God Muruga with the sentence NAAL ENNA SEYYUM , KOL ENNA SEYYUM, (which means what can the days do, what can the planets do when the God Muruga is there). It was like mocking at panditji, who is supposed to give a...
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A young crown prince was proposed by Buddha. He had seen all kinds of gratification in his life; he had lived only for fulfillment. Then he became a bhikshu, a monk. All the other bhikshus were very much astonished about his conversion. They implied,”This young prince is becoming a bhikshu! He has never gone out of his palace; he has never walked without his chariot; the path he used to walk on would be covered with silk carpets! But now he wants to become a monk! What kind of foolishness is he thinking of doing?” Buddha said that man’s mind always moves between extremes – from one extreme to the other. Man’s mind never stops in the middle. Just as a pendulum...
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Here is an inspiring incident on Mother’s Love!! She was Hirakani, the pretty wife of Ishwar Ram, who earned his livelihood by maintaining cows and supplying milk to the Villagers. The shifting of the capital from Pratapgarh to Rairi gave him the incentive to expand his business by adding new numbers to his herd. Pretty Hirakani had an amicable character and a good heart, and was liked by everyone except her evil tongued, nasty-tempered mother-in-law. She was always quarreling with the girl on some pretext or other, but the good natured girl had also the wisdom not to let the quarrels develop by joining the banter and let them get out of hand. As much as Ishwar Ram loved his wife...
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