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Spirituality: The Inner Light
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Education, education, and education takes you higher and higher up the mental plane and one discovers that the sky is the limit to what one can know. So all one's knowledge should be kept on constantly under review. This is the satya-advaitic truth path. It is a one-way street to the heaven of complete comprehension of Reality. We are our own food for thought. Slogans and sayings of Maharishis like Rammana, Nissrrgatta and Vivekananda mean little compared to the value of self-study and self-analysis. Independence and liberty to probe into their words distills new truths to update knowledge. It remains a life-long preoccupation. Never jump to conclusions. Be nonjudgemental then the mind is free and will raise new knowledge so long as one is discerning in one's studies. Lose all attachments to discover the potency of your mind, free of 'I', free of God, and free of truth and see what you come out with as knowledge. Truth and knowledge are not synonymous.
You live and learn. Count your lucky stars if you had the environment to learn and lived long enough to use those facilities to improve your education. Do not digress from the path of learning. For knowledge in power to overcome all obstacles. Even God residing in mind is an obstacle to learning.
Knowledge is the Hindu term for 'gyaan'; truth (Hindu term: 'satya') in bhakti (faith) is the path to gyaan, that is to knowledge.
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Unless one is a know-all, one needs to have proper education to shape one's beliefs, so that one can act in the correct manner to each situation that one faces every moment of ones life. That is what living is all about.