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This is a booklet for the computer-savvy, combustible younger generation, which remains fascinated and remains crazy to enjoy the fruits of the materialistic civilization and hankers after them. Never-ending agitations are the prized possession of the minds of such people and the nature and reasons for some such agitations is elaborated in this book-let through twelve imaginary chats. In essence they are arguments and counter-arguments and an effort has been made to tender solutions.

Let us try to understand the essence of this book-let through an example. A person wanted to take bath in the ocean and upon reaching the sea-shore he finds waves in the waters. He decides to wait until the waves subside. He waits and waits……until an ace swimmer advises him that the waves shall be there at all times, and one has to take the plunge and tackle them. Howsoever powerful may be the waves their real nature is just water! 

Adi Shankaracharya, in stanza nineteen of Bhaja Govindam reveals thus:

Yasya Brahmani Ramate Chittam

Nandati Nandati Nandatyeva

(He, whose mind revels in Brahman, he enjoys……..verily, he alone enjoys…)

In all the activities one does, the inner world should remain never attuned to that Supreme Power. The contact should never get disconnected. This is the secret of life!

The simple question is how it is possible to conduct two activities simultaneously?

It is possible! Don’t we breathe while eating? Don’t we breathe while observing a wrestling bout?

Spirituality is not something that is preached from the heights of ivory towers. It is practical and related to the ground realities of human existence.  That which is not practical cannot be spiritual either!

The contents of the book-let are adequate to kindle curiosity, turn inquisitive and lead one to investigate profound depths of spirituality.

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This is a booklet for the computer-savvy, combustible younger generation, which remains fascinated and remains crazy to enjoy the fruits of the materialistic civilization and hankers after them. Never-ending agitations are the prized possession of the minds of such people and the nature and reasons for some such agitations is elaborated in this book-let through twelve imaginary chats. In essence they are arguments and counter-arguments and an effort has been made to tender solutions.

Let us try to understand the essence of this book-let through an example. A person wanted to take bath in the ocean and upon reaching the sea-shore he finds waves in the waters. He decides to wait until the waves subside. He waits and waits……until an ace swimmer advises him that the waves shall be there at all times, and one has to take the plunge and tackle them. Howsoever powerful may be the waves their real nature is just water! 

Adi Shankaracharya, in stanza nineteen of Bhaja Govindam reveals thus:

Yasya Brahmani Ramate Chittam

Nandati Nandati Nandatyeva

(He, whose mind revels in Brahman, he enjoys……..verily, he alone enjoys…)

In all the activities one does, the inner world should remain never attuned to that Supreme Power. The contact should never get disconnected. This is the secret of life!

The simple question is how it is possible to conduct two activities simultaneously?

It is possible! Don’t we breathe while eating? Don’t we breathe while observing a wrestling bout?

Spirituality is not something that is preached from the heights of ivory towers. It is practical and related to the ground realities of human existence.  That which is not practical cannot be spiritual either!

The contents of the book-let are adequate to kindle curiosity, turn inquisitive and lead one to investigate profound depths of spirituality.

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