Thought At Sunrise: Thought at Sunrise 130

Published: 06.05.2007
Updated: 06.08.2008

6th May

The one who writes prayers of eulogy writes it either out of experience or some revelation.
It is possible for a person who writes in praise of the Lord to be in possession of some revealed knowledge.
Experience is not a necessary condition.

One who has not practised the Mantra described in the adulatory text can not be free from fear by mere repetition of the words.

In the context of fear, devotion becomes exaggerated and the identification with Isht or the person's ideal becomes complete; it is then that fear comes to an end.

It is essential to learn to establish that identification.

Sources
  • Thoughts At Sunrise by Acharya Mahaprajna
  • Publisher: Jain Vishva Bharti, Ladnun - 341306, India
  • Donated by Budhmalji Surender Kumar Choraria, Chadwash, Calcutta
  • Edition: 1999

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