Loss to God in human form

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God need not pay any heed to the foolish rigid behaviour of some human beings. Infact they want to pray to the formless God or God in the form of a statue, only for the sake of their selfish convenience.

You can offer food to the formless God or a statue and then you can eat the entire food. You are satisfied as if you have given meals to God and at the same time you have not even a grain of rice. There are many inconvenient losses and troubles with the human form of God. But the real devotees are not worried about such loss and are infact happy to lose anything if God can enjoy by that.

They feel happy when God eats the offered food. The mother visits her son and gives him some cash so that he may enjoy. When the son is happy with that, she derives infinite happiness and does not feel it as a loss or trouble. The mother will stay with her son and serve him day and night if necessary and feels very happy about it. Similarly, these real devotees feel happy to serve the Lord and they are happy about the loss incurred in it.
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God's form

Tadejati, tanmaijati ...........
sa Paryagaatsu ..................

Better to read all 20 stanzas.

Isavasyopanishad
This Upanishad is to be studied and understood by the Grace of the almighty only.

Surya Kumar Mishra | Fri, 05/14/2010 - 12:36
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God comes in human form then we can see Him

God is neither formless nor has form. In the creation both formless objects like air and form-full objects like earth exist. Because of this reason God is neither formless nor form-full since both are imaginable. Veda says that God is unimaginable. But God comes in human form, which is useful to the humanity in all directions. The main aim of the human form is preaching Divine Knowledge. That is why God has taken a human form which is very much useful to the humanity in various angles.

You have to worship such form taken by God. He is not your servant to come in the form you desire. In Gita the Lord said that He will approach the devotee in the same path as the devotee approaches. This does not mean that He will take the form as you like. You can take any form you like which can be a representative of God (Pratika) but God does not exist in it.

At Thy Lotus Feet His Holiness Sri Dattaswami

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dattaswami2 | Wed, 05/19/2010 - 15:46
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Have you seen God !!

Have you seen God !
Yes Narendra, I have seen God.
Can you show me God,
Yes I can show God to you and see now.

A discussion between Ramkrishna Paramhansa and Swami Vivekananda.

Surya Kumar Mishra | Tue, 05/25/2010 - 11:06