very true. Only darkness can make us feel the joy of sunlight
Yes, rightly said Ankita. Thanks. God bless.
Suffering itself is a blessing.
Yes, it is suffering which makes us a better human being. Thanks The Crow.
Or less human, and more Godlike, depending upon what one does with it.
Exactly. Better human qualities will ultimately make you Godlike.It is a long journey. Thanks The Crow.
Do you think, Surjit, that being more human is a worthy goal? Or becoming more Godlike? I ask this because I have found becoming completely non-human is the most human thing a human can do, on his way to becoming more Godlike. The idea that being human is the best thing going, seems to be the greatest flaw a human can have.
Being human is.. behaving like human and not like inhuman.God creates humans in his own image but getting absorbed in the materialistic world we start behaving like inhumans and hence suffering.What is happening around the world in the present era is not a secret. But there are people who are 'untouched' by this chaos and maintaining 'human' qualities. Thanks The Crow.
That's the most words I've ever seen you put together. Thank you. Did you know that there is nothing remotely human about a Soul? Nothing remotely human about God? Soul is created in God's image, not - as so many think - the human form. No emotions, for example. No identity. No memory. I discovered this before I became a crow. It is probably what enabled me to discard the human in favor of an irritating but humble bird in black.
You were God' creation whether as crow or as human as per your Karma.Soul is a soul but when it gets a body it assumes the name of human,bird/beast etc etc.Thanks The Crow.
First: I am God's creation, although I do not know it. Then: I am a human ego. Then: I am a human ego seeking my Soul. Then: I realize I am not my ego, I am my Soul. Then: I discover my Soul is Godlike. Then: I know God is the sum of all Souls. Then: Enlightened, I disappear into Dharma. Then: I choose to be a crow. Then: I amuse myself trying to explain why.
Great. Thanks The Crow.