Truth Once Found

Wed, 06/05/2009
The intellect divides and synthesizes. Some creatures in the world synthesize and some creatures divide. But a human being has both abilities.
Ants synthesize; they build an anthill and collect things together. A beaver synthesizes by bringing wood together to build a dam. Birds also synthesize (such as the weaver birds).
Monkeys cannot synthesize, they divide everything. Give them a garland and they will tear it to pieces and throw it all over the place! A monkey can only divide and analyze.
A human being both divides (analyzes) and synthesizes. The intellect analyzes the relative world to find the Truth. And Truth once found synthesizes everything into One.
When the intellect becomes quiet, it brings out intelligence. Usually people think that gathering information makes one intelligent. This is not so. It is samadhi that brings intelligence.
An unintelligent man, though he may have all the information, cannot be creative. An intelligent man, even without much information, can be creative.
A sign of intelligence is to see the One in many and find the many in One.
There is an old Sanskrit proverb:
The first sign of intelligence is not to start anything.
The second sign of intelligence is: if you have started something, you have to continue it to the end.

Read earlier posts

  • From Darkness To Light

    January 14, 2015
    • 4 Pillar of Democracy
    • Spirituality Uplifts Society
    • Turning Questions to Wonder
    • Benefits of Regular Chanting
    • Lets Gift a Better World to the Future

    WE CHANT for Global Peace

    January 13, 2015
    • Video: The Impact of Sound on Water
    • The Butterfly Effect
    • Definition of Thought
    • How Thoughts Arise
    • Chanting Impacts the World Consciousness
  • You Can Move Time

    January 8, 2015
    • The Influences of Time
    • The Power of the Soul
    • There is a Purpose in all Events
    • Are You Learning Your Lessons?
    • How Pleasure Leads to Pain

    Why Good People Suffer

    January 7, 2015
    • As You Sow So Shall You Reap
    • Reduce Suffering Through Sadhana
    • Ways To Make Life More Meaningful
    • Why Preserved Food is not Good For You
  • Your Happiness Is Your Responsibility

    January 6, 2015
    • Solar Plexux: Central Point
    • Symbolism of the Birth of Brahma
    • Dealing with Emotional Abuse
    • The Law of Karma
    • 2 Kinds of Karma

    To Err Is Human

    January 2, 2015
    • The Rule of Morality
    • Don't Misuse Knowledge
    • Forgive Other & Yourself
    • Think Big & Have Dreams
    • The Significance of Worship
  • New Year Message

    December 31, 2014
    • A Time to Reflect
    • Life is Like a Dream
    • The Development of Past Year
    • Be Untouched by Events
    • Lets Move Towards a Better World

    The Key To Clear Action

    December 30, 2014
    • Be Established in Yoga
    • A Tip to Calm Your Mind
    • Don't Over-Analyze Life
    • Don't Try To Change People
  • Satisfying Your Spiritual Hunger

    December 30, 2014
    • Organic Farming in India
    • Youth Should Involve in Agriculture
    • Meditation Satisfies Spiritual Hunger
    • The Effect of Yoga on the Body

    A Sign Of Evolution

    December 29, 2014
    • What Makes One a Yogi
    • Everybody is Connected
    • Life & Karma
    • Attachment Toward the Satguru
    • Love & Longing Go Hand in Hand
  • Sri Sri's Message On Christmas

    December 24, 2014
    • The Eternal Message
    • An Inner Phenomenon
    • Stillness Brings Love
    • Real Meaning of Heaven

    The Answer Is: LOVE

    December 23, 2014
    • Expand Your Understanding
    • Put Yourself In Another's Shoes
    • Every Situation Can Be Won Through Love
    • Symbolism of Pashupati Naath