We need to accept that we’ll never know everything. After all, life is a journey, not a destination. Do you want to know the Truth?
What is Real Truth?
Most people think that question at some time in their lives, especially at critical points when they are struggling with the question of the meaning of life. After all, the need for meaning is a basic human need, and there can be no meaning without some ultimate truth.
Nature’s Law is Birth and Death
When there is birth, there will be death. It’s nature’s law. During this entire process of life and death, we have to think our profits and losses. If we do not put to uplift ourselves, we may lose our human status in the next life, and this will undoubtedly be a loss. If we improve ourselves and become a better person in this life, then we will create good prospects for our future.
All beings are created live for a brief period and then die. The fear of death is mostly felt in human beings. This fear has to go. Only knowledge of the Self can dispel this fear of birth and death.
The Self (Atma) gives life to the body and remains imperishable. One has to identify with the immortal Atma and not the body that is subject to growth, change, decay, and death.
According to the Shree Radhe Maa, “God stays in every human being’s heart.”
Whenever you began to think, this understanding generates love for other people which produces an effective power to serve others without finding any in return. When you focus your purpose on giving and not receiving, the Universe yields to help you achieve and develop your potential.