Better utilization of time.


Better utilization of time.

18 Apr 2021,

Serial Number: 19

January 2005

No matter how uncongenial the circumstances may be, if a human being assumes, he can adapt to the adverse circumstances with determination, patience, devotion, perseverance, and enthusiasm.

No matter what situation we are in, rich or poor, without thinking of our situation, we must make good use of our time, resources, and facilities to develop ourselves physically, mentally, intellectually, and spiritually. When we are determined of making good use of time, inconvenience or lack of resources and facilities will not be able to resist or obstruct our progress.

The principal duty of human life is to develop yourself and support in the development of others. When we use the intelligence, power, and wealth we possess, for benefit of human interest only, it will help us to grow spiritually. Will help us to create our pious destiny.

It is important to earn money to survive and carry-on with daily life activities, but that should not be the only goal of our life. The ultimate  goal of life is to recognize and attain the Satyam, Shivam, Sundaram form of God. Virtuous knowledge, pious company, devoted service, and guidance from moral guru, will be the beacon (guiding light).

Dear Children,

A person who knows the value of time and can use time wisely, can be great. God has given same 24 hours to us all. Manage your time wisely in doing necessary and essential activities.

Studies, Job, Business, and such other activities             8 hours

Sleep                                                                                    7 hours

Daily activities                                                                     5 hours

Development of soul                                                         4 hours

Spiritual development can be achieved through devotion, self-learning, pious company, and service. Our time will be more fruitful, if we continue to do deeds for the love of God and in other times continue remembering the Almighty.

Aum Maa Aum

– Rajyogi Naredraji