PARABLES OF RAMA | CHAPTER XIV | 093 | RAMA राम
|| INSPIRED LIFE | WHISTLING CHILD ||
A child was merrily whistling in the streets , a police officer objected . The child replied :—
" Do I whistle ? No , it whistles itself . "
Let a nightingale or dove be perched on the top of a stately cypress and full delicious notes begin instantaneously to flow from the bird .
Let the little self be flung into Infinity . May you wake up to your oneness with Light and Love ( Sat-Chit-Ananda ) and immediately the central Bliss will commence springing forth from you in the shape of happy heroic work in both wisdom and virtue . This is inspired life , this is your birthright .
" From oneself one flies
Stands in the sun , and with no partial gaze
Views all creation ; and one loves it all
And blesses it , and calls it very good "
" It is difficult to find happiness in one's self " , says Schopenhaur , " but it is impossible to find it anywhere else . "
SOURCE | SATYAVEDISM.ORG