if u read this piece u may know what you say is no great idea sir -
Aristotle tells us,:
‘ What we are , what we rpeated do, Excellence , then ,is not an ‘act’, but a Habit.’
In fact, it follows like this -
‘If you repeat things , regularly, in a repeated manner that forms your great ‘HABIT’, as a matter of your ‘second nature’.
Obviously, you get into a system mentally, in a ‘systematic manner.
In Ramayana, ‘Sri Ram’ (Rama) develped , repetaed things of - ‘what an ideal quality man can do, that developed his systematic behavior.
That behavior behave a part and parcel of his character.
That character of behavior was well received by his society , just because the very majority of the then Society wanted every one need to follow - that is reason why we call ‘Satyuga’ - ‘Truth based Society’;
Sri Ram, is a product of that ‘Satyug’, so, then ‘every one treated truth is normal quality in any one to be - nothing ‘unusual’ about then - but ‘corruption started then in some kind of budding flower -
so, Queen Kaikeyee’ hunchback ‘grany’, called ’Khuni’ was annoyed of Sri Ram , he in a playful way threw some ‘rings ‘ on her ‘hunch back’ defect , that pained her, so she, in the mode of anger, wanted to teach him a to Sri Ram, then (normally no grany would take a revenge on children] but she took ;
that creates the very story of ‘Ramayana’ (that became soon turned into a classical Epic - to tell humans -
‘ good character is vital’ in any existence, whatever you are, then’, unlike today -
good character lost its sheen for ‘it’ yielded to ‘greed’ today in Kaliyug since started in ‘Dwapar yug’ [ one can read that aspect , in the form of ‘jelousy’, in Mahabharatha]
‘Truth’ then in Satya yug was well received, by all. Not any more in Kaliyug since ’Dwaparyug’, one needs to apprecite.
[So that leads to our perception - see the following story of Habit in Kaliyug - In Kaliyug - You suffer from vain ‘vanity’; but in Satyug ‘No vanity but very high ideal character, based perception :[this is again based on, ‘society’ repeated behavioral ‘acts’, you are used to, is the ‘doctrine’, today you say ‘facts’ , no longer ‘truth’ aymore, one needs to appreciate]
STORY OF NAWAB -
[story always repeated time and again since 1857, by so many people since then , today too we can see the same story said and retold on ever so many portals]
‘AFFLICTED WITH FALSE SENSE OF VANITY.’
During the days of mutiny in India in 1857, the soldiers attacked the residence of a Nawab.
The main gate of the house was bolted from inside, but the back door in a narrow lane was open. The bed of the Nawab was close to this back door. Soldiers had started breaking open the main gate and he wanted to escape through the back door.
How could he do so without putting on the shoes? The Nawab was given to luxurious pomp and show. He would never sit in his buggy without the support of his servants. How could he think of running away all by himself? He regarded walking on foot against his culture. How could he then escape without an escort?
He called out his personal attendant, "Alim, Alim, look sharp. Make haste, quick, quick. Help me put on the shoes." When a man is in danger, he first thinks of saving his own life. Alim was terribly afraid of the soldiers. Their shining swords and pointed spears were before his mental eyes. When he saw the back door open, he jumped out and ran away to save his own life. The Nawab could only abuse him for his disobedience. He then called out other servant, "Kalim, Kalim, shoe, shoe." Kalim did come but instead of carrying out his orders, he, too jumped out of the back-door and fled away. The Nawab then called out the third servant, “Salim, Salim.” He implored Salim in an apologetic tone to make him put on the shoes. But by this time the main gate was nearly broken. Salim was awfully nervous. He could not even listen to the orders of the Nawab. He also ran out of the back door. The soldiers were by this time inside the house. Poor Nawab! His life was no more safe.
This sort of slavery makes one dependent upon others. Is it richness? No. The Nawab was not the Master. He was in fact dependent upon his own servants. He was ‘No more safe’; (became absolute reality)
This sort of slavery makes one dependent upon others. Is it richness?
No. The Nawab was not the Master.
He was in fact dependent upon his own servants.
He was slave of his slaves.
‘Fie on such a mastery. Fie on this freedom-looking imprisonment’of being Nawab!.
The man, who falls prey to the ‘freaks of ignorance, is ultimately deluded’.
He does not deserve to be called free.
I think people don't want law but some meaningless ideas like Mr Modi government which says it will give pensions to the old, if you read how funny it is ? Law is more an Art than some science sir.
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