A Short Life of Swami Vivekananda by Swami Tejasananda

A Short Life of Swami Vivekananda by Swami Tejasananda

By Swami Tejasananda

The existence and message of Swami Vivekananda are a resource of serious concept to many of their person in addition to collective existence. the current brief biography is meant to satisfy the desires of these who've neither the time nor the chance to learn better works in regards to the Swami. a flexible genius because the nice Swami used to be, and many-sided as have been his actions, it's idle to pray whole photograph of his outstanding existence can be given in one of these small compass. right here an test is made to provide just a glimpse of this nice character in order that humans could turn into to grasp extra approximately him.

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Hardly had he uttered these words when he fell into Samadhi. After a while he came to a semi-conscious state of mind and said to himself: ‘Compassion for creatures! Compassion for creatures! Thou fool! An insignificant worm crawling on earth, thou to show compassion to others! Who art thou to show compassion? No, it cannot be. ’ 32 SWAMI VIVEKANANDA Everyone present there, no doubt, heard those words of Sri Ramakrishna, but none but Naren could gauge their meaning. When Naren left the room he said to others, ‘What a strange light have I discovered in those wonderful words of the Master!

It has a shadow of you; it brings you into their minds. One glance at it makes them see you in it! Therefore they look upon it with as much respect as they do upon your own person. Thus it is with the devotees who 42 SWAMI VIVEKANANDA worship stone and metal images of gods and goddesses. It is because an image brings to their minds their Ishta (chosen deity), or some special form and attribute of the Divinity, and helps them to concentrate, that the devotees worship God in an image. They do not worship the stone or the metal as such.

Service of man, knowing him to be the manifestation of God, purifies the heart; and, in no time, such an aspirant realizes himself as part and parcel of God—Existence-Knowledge-Bliss Absolute. However, if it be the will of the Lord, the day will soon come when I shall proclaim this grand truth before the world at large. ’ In the fullness of time this high-souled desire of Narendra Nath came to be fulfilled to the letter and spirit. He proclaimed unto humanity this splendid ideal of service, based on knowledge, which he received as a sacred legacy from his Master in the serene peace of Dakshineswar.

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