Who do you want to be? Day 8 Ram Krishna Bhagavat Pravah at Surat

On the final day of Shri Ram Krishna Bhagavat Pravāh at Surat, the people of Surat were in bliss but at the same time had tears in their eyes as they said bye to Pujya Bhaishri and saw the end of the Katha.

Pujya Bhaishri left us all thinking on who we want to be, the significance of Dāmodar leela and that happiness is not an outcome.

Do we want to be the giver or receiver? What category are we in?

Through this small story, Pujya Bhaishri makes us reflect on who we want to be. Watch this animated story as told by Pujya Bhaishri in the Katha.

Dāmodar Leela

Through this video, understand the symbolism of the leela when Lord Krishna breaks the churn pot to create butter, mother Yashoda gets angry and wants to tie Lord Krishna to the pestle.

Happiness is not an outcome. It must be your resolution

Some people worry what will happen to everyone once they are no more. When they do, take a bucket filled with water to them, request them to dip their finger in the water and remove. Then ask them if that created a hole in the water. Just like no hole is created in the water and the water adjusts back to normality, similarly, when we pass away, the existence also adjusts itself.

Nothing in this world stops due to anyone. The wise thing is to enjoy life while you are living in the present. Everyone is independent to be happy if they want to be. That is why happiness is not the outcome of something. Happiness must be your resolution. One who truly wants to live in joy cannot be given grief by anybody.

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