Posted: 11.11.2019
By Acharya Tulsi
Times may change, but never Truth. It is an eternal Truth that wealth is the root cause of grievous wrongs. This popular expression, which was prominently in vogue in the past, is being proved right today and it is difficult to say it would not have any repercussions in the future. Wealth is a very great contradiction in human life. On the one hand, wealth has been considered the root cause of all the wrongs in...
Posted: 10.11.2019
By Acharya Tulsi
Human race can be divided into two classes. One class are the people who live according to some determined style of life. In the other class are the people who have no ideal or goal before them. The way they live, becomes their life-style. Mahavira indicated three types of life-styles: Anichchha ,anarambhaand aprarigraha Alpechcha , alpharambha , allpapararigraha Mahechchha , maharambha , mahaparigraha In the...
Posted: 10.11.2019
By Acharya Tulsi
Religion has its own use for society. But society cannot go on merely on the basis of religion. From this point of view, in the matter of social life, new ideas are continuously born in the field of economics as the field of religion. Some people in the economic field have pre­sented their contingent ideas which have created a new stir. Among these people, the names of Gandhi, Marx, and Keynes etc. deserve...
Posted: 09.11.2019
By Acharya Tulsi
Modern economics wants all people to be well-to-do and prosperous. For the past few years, election manifestoes promise the removal of poverty and unemployment. In spite of promises of plenty and prosperity, poverty is growing and the number of the unemployed is swelling and the problem of earning livelihood is becoming more complicated. Is there any solution to this problem? I do not believe that when there is...
Posted: 07.11.2019
By Acharya Tulsi
Human beings can be divided into three categories: Those who think about the future, those who think about the present and those who think about the past. Looking at the past and thinking about it is nothing very great. Review of the past may be useful in giving a certain turn to one's activities or style of working. But being obsessed with the past dos not seems to bring any benefit. Anyone can see something...
Posted: 06.11.2019
By Acharya Tulsi
India's culture is multi-coloured. People believing in several religions live here. Every religion has its own beliefs. There are firmly-rooted traditions of undertaking pilgrimages and having holy baths. Millions of people bathe in rivers on special occasions. Some people consider bathing in the Ganga particularly important. The Yamuna is the important river to some people. There are also people in India who...
Posted: 05.11.2019
By Acharya Tulsi
Every mother dreams that her son’s life would be full of achievements. The talk about achievements is very temping, but it calls for persistent hard work or sadhana. Without such a sadhana no one has found a ready success for himself. Life of a student is like that of a sadhaka. His future is not merely the future of his family or his society, but it is the future of the whole country. The nation whose...
Posted: 04.11.2019
By Acharya Tulsi
The individual is a component of society. The nation is afflicted by the social structure. The national conscious­ness has its impact on the world. The individual is the smallest unit of the entire world. If the individual is healthy, it leads to greater social health. The health of the nation is influenced by the healthy social order. If all the nations of the world are healthy, it would be possible to...
Posted: 03.11.2019
By Acharya Tulsi
Education is a sanskara in life. It may not have been included in the 16 sanskaras. Bfut its role in bringing refinement in life is very important. In ancient times, education began in the gurukuls, where along with training in reading and writing, music, use of arms, etc. training was also given in the art of living. Training received through severe restraint and hard labour shaped an all-round personality...
Posted: 02.11.2019
By Acharya Tulsi
Man does activities. He acts with the help of his body, speech and mind. The Jain philosophy uses the term yoga for them. Yoga has been described as "the functioning of the mind, the speech and the body."According to the definition given in the Gita, "efficiency in work is yoga. Man cannot help doing some activity or the other. He keeps on doing something or the other. He cannot stop acting. It has been said...

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