Acharya Shree Tulsi - A Legend Of Humanity: Five Point Plan for Religious Harmony

Published: 27.12.2013

Immorality is eternal. Human nature gravitates towards maximum gain at any cost. The most religious people are over-enthusiastic in performing rituals, but they do not apply honesty in their everyday life. It is not uncommon for somebody to worship like the best devotee, but be cruel or dishonest at work. Thus, there is a vast gap between words and deeds. Of this phenomenon, Acharya Shree said, "If a person follows the moral values in his day-to-day life both in personal and at work, he is truly a religious person".

India is in the grip of violence, corruption and crime, resulting in crippling poverty for many. Morality and honest character have been subsumed by greed, intolerance, corruption and waste. Anuvrat is as relevant today as ever in providing a foundation to every individual on the small steps one can take to benefit humanity at large. Anuvrat aims not only in making a person morally sound but also results in the purification of the entire social fabric. Anuvrat inspires us with the ideals of self-control and self-discipline. If a person practices these virtues, he will not only become happy himself, but will make his family and society happy too.

An Anuvrati is honest, trustworthy, responsible, emotionally balanced, compassionate, caring, patriotic and friendly to all. Who would not like to have such boss or employee, teacher or student, husband or wife, political leader or citizen?

Acharya Shree Tulsi - A Legend Of Humanity

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Acharya Tulsi Janam Shatabdi Samaroh Samiti, Anurvat Bhawan, New Delhi HN4U Online Edition:

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