Mantra 21861

My castle of love, peace, and gratitude is incomplete till my nation, my family, and my customers complete their castle of love, peace, and gratitude. Sadly, there are bad, mean, and stupid people out there who can go to any extent to destroy our castle of love, peace, and gratitude. It’s matter of great discussion that how we gone protect our castle of love, peace, and gratitude, and if somehow our castle of love, peace, and gratitude is destroyed then how we will punish the culprit so that in future bad, mean and stupid people think thrice before harming our castle of love, peace, and gratitude. We have to strategies for both the scenario beforehand, because inevitably we will face this challenge anyhow. Firstly, we have to understand what is stopping us from making strategies for such situation and executing it. In my opinion there are mainly three reason for such action. First is procrastination, second is fear of confrontation, and third is fear of criticism. I don’t know why religion glorifies poverty, weakness, and helplessness. I think we have to do whatever we need to be done to build, expand, and protect our castle of love, peace, and gratitude. We must fight if we have to fight.

What’s your opinion? Feel free to share your feedback in comment section.

Thank you, sri Krishna for fulfilled, prosperous, and glorious life. Thank you, sri Arjun for fulfilled, prosperous, and glorious life.

4 thoughts on “Mantra 21861

  1. Sachin, until unless we acknowledge the sense of belongingness we keep on creating our own castles, once we understand the value of “Us” instead of “me” all the grudges are dissolved and life becomes easy…

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  2. Thanks for being vulnerable in your writing. You’re not alone – people have robbed me of these precious things, too. But the heart is deceitful above all things and desperately wicked, and there can be a way that seems right to a person but it ends some kind of destruction. I try to remember these things about human nature, and that helps me forgive and extend grace.

    Namaste, friend. ❤️

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