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Homa Health Newsletter #137

  13th September 2017

HOMA HEALTH - NEWSLETTER 137

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FROM INTUITIVE GUIDANCE
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WHAT IS PRACTICAL?

 


Practical is to live the Fivefold Path.

Love God above all things.
Love your neighbor as yourself.
Love yourself by
knowing yourself.
Know yourself through Reflection and Meditation.

Love through selfless service.
Serve the neighbor.

Pray, sing and dance more often.
See that a person, who hurts others, is unaware of his/her actions or is ill. If he/she was conscious and healthy, he/she would not do that.

Use language carefully and remember that a friendship of many years can be ruined by:
- harsh language
- lack of communication
- misunderstanding
- lack of prudence
- a moment of anger, etc.
Although all this can be avoided with a little common sense, this sense
is not very common nowadays.

And yes, yes,
yes, you can be very practical by helping yourself
and  others through
the practice of the Fivefold Path.
(
Yagnya, Daana, Tapa, Karma and Swadhyaaya)
OM SHREE OM

For some people to be practical today, means to
carry out activities that generate a lot of money or give us much pleasure,
fame or power
.
Others define the word practical to whatever:
- is feasible
- is executable
- makes sense.
For others the word “practical“ is always:
To tell the truth.
To not hurt anyone;
not even by thinking.
To not steal.
Not wanting the goods
of others.
Respect for the parents.
To honor all members of the family.
To love and to serve the neighbor.
To love everyone, even the enemy.
To act according to God's law:
The 10 Commandments of the Bible, the Precepts of the Sacred Books, the Counsels of the Saints, the Dharma, etc.

Live each day as if it were the last.
Focus our attention on the present, on what we do in each moment.
Say “I love you”
and laugh more often.
Rejoice over the achievements of your neighbor.
Ask God for more wisdom before you act.
Read and learn the Vedas, the Bible, the Koran or other Holy Scriptures.
Learn to say the Truth with Love and Compassion, without hurting anyone.
Love unconditionally.


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