ETHICAL TEACHINGS : To, EVERY STUDENT ( BOY AND GIRL ) OF BHARATHAM :2-5 & 6.
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Sub : ETHICAL TEACHINGS - To, EVERY STUDENT ( BOY AND GIRL ) OF BHARATHAM : 2-5&6.
Who Is Ever Seeking Happiness, For Happiness Is Attainable Only Through A Life of Virtue and Goodness!
Ref : Indiscipline and Anti-National Activities in the campus plus Students unnecessary political associations in the Schools / Colleges.
WHAT IS ETHICS?
2. Foundation of Ethics : 5 & 6.
5. Right Conduct :
Abstinence from injury in thought, word and deed, mercy to all creatures, charity, control of anger, freedom from malice and pride, restraint of senses, and to follow the teachings of Sastras and Brahmanas, constitute the praiseworthy behaviour.
That act or exertion which does not do good to others, or that act for which one has to feel shame, should never be done.
That act, on the other hand, should be done for which one may be lauded in society. This is a brief description of what right conduct is.
6. Purity of Motive :
Purity of motive (Anupadhi) is a Samanya Dharma or common duty of every man. It is the motive that counts in the performance of an action. If an action is performed with a selfish motive it binds a man to the wheel of births and deaths. If it is done with a pure motive in a disinterested manner, it will purify the heart and lead to the attainment of the final emancipation.
Right and wrong are to be determined not by the objective consequences but by the nature of subjective intention of the agent.
God looks to the motive of the doer. Lord Krishna says, "He who is free from the egoistic notion, whose reason is unaffected, though he slays these people, he slayeth not, nor is bound" VIII-17. "Having abandoned attachment to the fruit of action, always content, nowhere seeking refuge, he is not doing anything although doing actions" IV-20.
Before you perform any action scrutinize your motive. If there is selfishness give up that action. It takes some time to purify the motives. Go on doing actions incessantly and watch your motives. Gradually the motives will become purer and purer. Selfishness is deep-rooted. Strenuous efforts, patience, perseverance and vigilance are needed to root it out entirely.
Lord Rama fought with Ravana. Ravana also engaged himself in battle. But the motives of both were different though the action was the same. Sri Rama fought in order to establish Dharma and protect the people from the trouble and havoc of wicked Ravana. He had no selfish interests. But Ravana had an evil motive.
A Karma Yogi works in the society intensely with more zeal than a worldly man. The action is the same, but the motives are different, in each person. The Karma Yogi marches forward towards the Goal or the summum bonum but the worldly man entangles himself through his impure motive of self-interest.
Cultivate purity of motives again and again. Persist. Watch the mind carefully. Work without expectation of fruits, and idea of agency. Surrender all actions and their fruits to the Lord. You will be freed from the bonds of Karma and attain Supreme harmony, highest good, undecaying felicity.
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JNU STUPID ANTI NATIONAL, DEMON WHO MENTIONED THEIR IGNORANCE ABOUT DURGA, FOR THOSE PUNISHABLE IDIOTS THE ABOVE TRUTH IS GIVEN -
All members read and find the answer, which our Congress+Communist ( who are hindus in majority )should study, ashamed to call these jokers as hindus!