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Buddha Sermon at Sarnath


Date: 11-Dec-2014
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• Right of knowledge, right of spirit, right of action, right of karma is the way to enlightenment. Falsehood and lies have no place in the spirit of love. Subdue in the feet of the enlightened one, rejoice in the pleasure of forgetting oneself and surrender in the pleasure of compassion.
• Sorrows of life will turn divine, each moment will be fine when thoughts that provoke are left alone behind.
• Do not cry for lost ones, do not worry about lost souls for they have same spirit. One fine day they shall come back to the original source.
• This life should not be futile, this energy should not be wasted. This compassion should be channelized to serving humankind which is serving Godkind.
• Miseries and tensions are sources of sorrow. Giving and forgiving is the tap of happiness.
• Do not forget downtrodden. Remove disease from people, erase their sorrows, and serve the multitude - that is the action of divination.
• Leave thoughts of oneself aside. Leave the ‘I’ behind- that is the right of knowledge.
• Sermon of mine is to be felt, is to be imbibed. I am behind you, I am without – that is the right of spirit.
• Knowledge and spirit, oneness of thoughts will lead to right of action and karma shall go when affect it will not the spirit of yours. Right of action will then be your right of karma.
• Stay together, merge together, work together; worked in times of dispute and divide. But follow your own calling, serve the self, serve the selfless. Self and selfless will not be apart from others
• This devotion will translate to love, love will translate to joy, joy will translate to losing oneself. And when you lose self, what remains is nothing. There is everything in this nothing. There is nothing to hide, nothing to forget, nothing to remember. There is no void, no space, no time, there is no one. It is only one, that one that is no one.


- These are topics of various aspects of spirituality as told by Para.


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• Right of knowledge, right of spirit, right of action, right of karma is the way to enlightenment. Falsehood and lies have no place in the spirit of love. Subdue in the feet of the enlightened one, rejoice in the pleasure of forgetting oneself and surrender in the pleasure of compassion. • Sorrows of life will turn divine, each moment will be fine when thoughts that provoke are left alone behind. • Do not cry for lost ones, do not worry about lost souls for they have same spirit. One fine day they shall come back to the original source. • This life should not be futile, this energy should not be wasted. This compassion should be channelized to serving humankind which is serving Godkind. • Miseries and tensions are sources of sorrow. Giving and forgiving is the tap of happiness. • Do not forget downtrodden. Remove disease from people, erase their sorrows, and serve the multitude - that is the action of divination. • Leave thoughts of oneself aside. Leave the ‘I’ behind- that is the right of knowledge. • Sermon of mine is to be felt, is to be imbibed. I am behind you, I am without – that is the right of spirit. • Knowledge and spirit, oneness of thoughts will lead to right of action and karma shall go when affect it will not the spirit of yours. Right of action will then be your right of karma. • Stay together, merge together, work together; worked in times of dispute and divide. But follow your own calling, serve the self, serve the selfless. Self and selfless will not be apart from others • This devotion will translate to love, love will translate to joy, joy will translate to losing oneself. And when you lose self, what remains is nothing. There is everything in this nothing. There is nothing to hide, nothing to forget, nothing to remember. There is no void, no space, no time, there is no one. It is only one, that one that is no one. Buddha Sermon at Sarnath 2014-12-11 https://www.myinnerkarma.org/articles/default.aspx?title=buddha-sermon-at-sarnath