Tuesday, May 07, 2019

KALI - SHIVAYA ...Om Namaha Shivaya It is very subtle and it happens without you even knowing, it starts easily, unconsciously but it does not stop easily, it calcifies and become hardened, that is why we say that person is a hardened person, they do not have a flexible mind. You may have seen this with some elderly people, they are on repeat of the past injustices of their life. There is a difference from speaking out about humanities injustices but there is a fine line that has to be balanced with love and positive too. "​Perhaps you can feel it already. “Hell begins with a grumbling mood, always complaining, always blaming others... but you are still distinct from it. You may even criticize it in yourself and wish you could stop it. But there may come a day when you can no longer. Then there will be no you left to criticize the mood or even to enjoy it, but just the grumble itself, going on forever like a machine. It is not a question of God "sending us" to hell. In each of us there is something growing, which will BE hell unless it is nipped in the bud. ” –C.S. Lewis, "The Great Divorce," (London: Geoffrey Bles, 1945).

Om Namaha Shivaya
It is very subtle and it happens without you even knowing, it starts easily, unconsciously but it does not stop easily, it calcifies and become hardened, that is why we say that person is a hardened person, they do not have a flexible mind. You may have seen this with some elderly people, they are on repeat of the past injustices of their life. 
There is a difference from speaking out about humanities injustices but there is a fine line that has to be balanced with love and positive too.
"​Perhaps you can feel it already.
“Hell begins with a grumbling mood, always complaining, always blaming others... but you are still distinct from it.
You may even criticize it in yourself and wish you could stop it. But there may come a day when you can no longer. Then there will be no you left to criticize the mood or even to enjoy it, but just the grumble itself, going on forever like a machine. It is not a question of God "sending us" to hell. In each of us there is something growing, which will BE hell unless it is nipped in the bud. ”
–C.S. Lewis, "The Great Divorce,"
(London: Geoffrey Bles, 1945).