There seems to be something not right about this. Finding fault with oneself is a good way of removing those faults. It is not possible to remove faults outside oneself, but eminently possible to remove one's own. Having removed one's own faults, the world, itself, has fewer faults. Possibly I misunderstood this.
No, I won't say you are wrong.There are two sides of the coin.Thanks The Crow for sharing your valuable insights.God bless.
Unless we realize that we are actually a shadowy projection of Thee, we can't see the world a reflection. When purity comes, the inner light manifests automatically, even in the moments of ignorant this light sometimes comes, but again the matter and force work upon us. "Strait the gate, and narrow is the way" (Matthew, 7:13-14) when we look around, the most disheartening thing we see is there is no door at all. Where is God? Where is Atman? Where is bliss? It is all a filthy game of matter and force. The path is narrow and gate is invisible, and still unconsciously we tread on the path. There is no fault anywhere, even in the most brute, a wise only see a play, everything is a misty covering where our own delicate and sensitive mental plane always quivers, fleeting and changing according to the circumstances, and bound ourselves in the net of Karma. I would say it is a dream and we are all lucid dreamers rather a reflection.
Who dreams?Observe the dreamer...Thanks Shubhajit for sharing your great insights.God bless.
Surjit,Love this. Thanks. Only then can we be free.
Thanks Alexis Fairfield.God bless.
Nice!One cannot blame the mirror for reflecting one's own ugly face. Haha.
Well I like it so much I've tweeted it ;-))
Very rightly said Rizal:..'One cannot blame the mirror for reflecting one's own ugly face..'(which, I am afraid, we usually do..)Thanks brother for sharing your great insights.God bless.
I am glad Doug '1Yogi2Many' McMillan that you have liked the post.Thanks.God bless.