Friday, January 3, 2014

We Are Free - Motivational Video

Monday, December 23, 2013

More Sacred Sayings

When a man surrenders all desires that come to the heart and by the grace of God finds the joy of God, then his soul has indeed found peace.

2. The whole mind is untroubled by sorrow, and for pleasures he has no longing, beyond passion, and fear and anger, he is the sage of the unwavering mind.

3.When a man dwells on the pleasures of the sense, attraction for them arises in him. From attraction arises desire, the lust of possession, and this leads to passion, to anger.

4. From passion comes confusion of mind, then loss of remembrance, the forgetting of duty. From this loss comes the ruin of reason, and the ruin of reason leads man to destruction.

5. But the soul that moves in the world of the senses and yet keeps the senses in harmony, free from  attraction and aversion, finds rest in quietness.

6 In this quietness falls down the burden of all her sorrows, for whom the mind has found quietness, wisdom has also find peace.

7.There's no wisdom from a man without harmony, and without harmony there is no contemplation.Without contemplation there cannot be peace, and without peace there can be no joy..

More sacred sayings from the Bhagaved- Gita.

Is This The Starting Pistol ?


Last week in Italy, there was a demonstration against the absurd austerity measures.

The usual riot police dressed up in star-wars style space gear were there guarding their payers.

But suddenly, the usual thug policemen  hitting innocent , honest protesters stopped.

A number of police  took their helmets off and joined the protesters.

According to sociologists such a gesture should  indicate the start of a movement that will grow, and means the beginning of the end for the the lunatic Elite who are running the show.

Could this be the starting pistol ?

Let's wait and see with bated breath.

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Sacred Words Of Wisdom

Free Stock Photo of Archipelago 4 in High Resolution Sacred Words Of Wisdom.

From the Bhagavad Gita.Spoken by Krishna.

1. All this visible universe comes from my invisible being. All beings have their rest in me, but I have not my rest in them.

2...all the visible creation arises from the invisible; and all creation disappears into the invisible when the night of darkness comes.

3,Thus the infinity of beings which live again and again all powerlessly disappear when the night of darkness comes, and they all return again at the rising of the day

4.But beyond this creating visible and invisible there is an invisible higher, eternal; and when all things pass away this remains for ever and ever.

5. This invisible is called Everlasting and is the highest end Supreme. Those who reach him never return. This is my Supreme abode.

6.This Spirit Supreme is attained by an ever living love. In him all things have their life, and from him all things have come.

7. All beings are born in delusion, the delusion of division, which comes from desire and hate.