THE WORLD : A MIRROR !


EACH of us view the world according to his own vision. If a man wears dark glasses, the whole world appears dark to him; even the silvery moon seems dim to him. To view the world as it is, you need a clear vision.

When it was decided to find out who was vicious in the court at Hastinapura, Dharmaraja could not find a singly vicious man, for the could find some virtue in every single man, and to him they were all virtuous.

When Duryodhana was told to undertake the same investigation, he could trace some vice even in the most virtuous, and to him the whole court seemed to be overflowing with the vicious.
 


THE INNER LIGHT  |  NOT BY PRAYER ALONE  |  FIRE AND WATER | COME IN-COME IN | THE WORLD  :  A MIRROR  !  | NOT A GRAVEYARD | THE BRUTE IN MAN | THE WEIGHT OF A FLOWER | VISION | TRUST BEGENTS TRUST | INSATIABLE | SEEING THE INVISIBLE | DIALOGUE | THE TOUCHSTONE OF FRIENDSHIP | ELEGANCE OF SPEECH | CONSTRUCTION-NOT DESTRUCTION | NOT IN THE EYE-IN THE HEART | CONTENTMENT | VOICE AND VISION |THE MAGNETISM OF LOVE |THE SMILE OF GOODWILL| BEHAVIOUR |THE PRICE OF ACQUISITION | THE BETTER-HALF| LIGHT AND DARKNESS| THE WAY TO KNOWLEDGE

 

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