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Raj Kumar Makkad (Adv P & H High Court Chandigarh)     15 April 2010


All should know the maxim: “A contented mind is a continual feast.”

The mind is always restless on account of greed. Greed is a kind of

internal fire that consumes a man slowly. Contentment is a powerful

antidote for the poison of greed. Just as a man who comes from a long

walk in the sun is quite refreshed by taking a plunge in river Ganga, so

also, that greedy man who is burnt by the fire of greed finds immediate

joy and relief by a dip in the ambrosial waters of contentment.

(Swami Sivananda)


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Hemant Agarwal ( Mumbai : 9820174108)     16 April 2010

Ultimately, the "Divine Message"  is ONLY a  "Maxim", that too a hallucinated & philosphical Maxim.   It cannot ever have any link to reality, as is evident from human evolution.  Human evolution came into being due to  non-contentment or say due to being greedy.


INTROSPECT on this non-swami'cal & non-philosphical REALITY


IF humans are contented (or say Non-Greedy)  THEN :
- Humans won't propogate & population level will stagnate
- Humans won't be ambitious & there won't be achievers
- Humans won't do wonder feats & there won't be sky-scrapers, moon-trips etc....
- Human Life would be meaningless & there won't be mobile phones, computers, fast trains, rockets and aeroplanes, scientists, engineering developments, medical developments, among scores of many things.


Human beings would have remained contented and there won't have been so many different religions, languages, cultures, countries, weapons, foods, clothes ....


Even the Swami, who preached the "Divine Message"  cannot be said to have ever attained Contentment.


Conclusively, from the above,  the swami's  mono-syllabled myopic Divine message (as above)   WAS   &   IS  &   WILL REMAIN   meaningless


Keep Smiling .... Hemant Agarwal

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