If there be the effulgence of a thousand suns bursting forth all at once in the heavens, even that would hardly approach the splendor of the mighty Lord
(Bhagavad Gita, 11:12)
I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life"
Light upon light, light upon light,
upon light is light
This majestic light of divine epiphany
penetrates every darkness.
You are here, you are also there
for you are everywhere
Oh, what magnificent splendor!
Prophets and seers down the ages everywhere have always talked of peace. Love, and service.
Professing to follow in their footsteps, we have somehow, managed to box ourselves in various categories and denominations in such a way that would have surely failed to pass muster in their eyes, for many wars have been waged and the blood of innocents spilled in their name and nations have been torn asunder.
Prejudices have been cleverly projected as political tools not only in Asia and the Middle East but even in the US of A, where Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard had to face allegations of not being aligned with the constitutional foundation of the US government merely because of her faith and having been compared with the devil, no less!
Let's kindle the lamp within!