THE ADVANTAGE OF APPROPRIATE APPLICATION OF GOD’S WILL
–Brahmakumar Bhagwan, Shantivan
Once there lived a rich man in a rural area. He had a big shop of his own. He had become rich due to his perfect courtesan manners and hard work. One day, he suddenly fell ill. He called out his son and said that if you want to become rich like me, then you should put three things into practice:-
Always go out in shade and return in shade.
Always eat sweet things and give sweet things to others.
Always give; never take.
After some days; the rich man died. The son began to try to act according to the three things mentioned by his father. To enact the first thing; he made a tin shed from his shop to his house. To enact the second; he used to sweets everyday and also gave it to others. And for the third thing; he used to give away his wealth to everybody who arrived at his house. He never did take anything from others.
After some days; instead of becoming rich; he becomes poorer and poorer. His health also kept failing.
Finally; he went to his father’s friend to get some money. There he narrated his woeful tale. His father’s friend said that your father has given you good advice. But you did not interrupt those words appropriating and by thinking rationally.
In fact, going out in shade and coming back in shade actually means that you should go to your shop early in the morning and come back at dark. To eat sweet thing and to serve sweets to others meant that you should think and do good about others including yourself. Hence there would be customers talking to your shop because of your good conduct. Thus you would become prosperous. For the third thing; i.e. always give and never take implied that, always give loans but never take them. Thus, due to the in-appropriation in obeying your father’s advice; you suffered and became a poorer.
Similarly, God Shiva too tells us his will and expectations; for our self progress. Whoever obeys God’s will perfectly; he becomes unfitted to become rich in all aspects; body; mind and wealth fron 21 births. Whoever does not obey SHRIMAT appropriately and always does according to his wishes, he is miles away from being happy; through he is a child of God. He won’t undergo God realisation. Then a day might come when he would be prepared to leave God’s hand. In fact, to know God is to know God’s will perfectly. Then only; your vices would get vanished. You have advantages if you walk on God’s path perfectly.
God Shiva says – children, this body is mortal. Do not remember your body; nor have attachment with it. Many people do not understand the true meaning of God’s words and thus apply it incorrectly. Thinking that the body is mortal; they totally ignore their body and hence fall ill. They would not take precautionary medicines; do not take care of their body and hence waste their precious time of the confluence age; and get devoid of God and his service. Then they would dreel over and think that how come we have to face this state even though we are God’s children. Hence firstly we should understand god’s will to the core. Though the body is mortal; it is important to protect it as we can earn for 84 birth through it’s medium. Thus we can obey God’s will in it’s true sense. And make ourselves profitable.
It is God’s will to remember only him and not be conscious of the body, it’s relation’s etc. Many Brahmins try to obey God’s wishes by not visiting his visceral relations. They think that it is a trapdoor far vices and hence avoid them. But due to this act; it becomes injurious to godly service. In fact, the true meaning of this SHRIMAT is to forget the visceral organs and it’s relations. Though you live in a nuclear family; you should not get attached to them.
So hence, hey lucky souls; you have recognised God; now understand SHRIMAT in it’s true sense, then renew your fate for 21 births. You can’t be fortunate only by knowing God but also his heavenly will; and practicing it. To attain sovereignty in the New World and to save ourselves from Maya’s various forms; there is only one asset – “Perfect God’s will.”