सत्य की खोज: Satya ki khoj (Gita Press)

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In terms of enjoyment, humans and animals are similar, but in terms of knowledge, humans are superior to animals. The man who is only interested in having enjoyment has not recognized this distinction. He who understands the power of conscience seeks truth and will undoubtedly find it.
The greatest power in the world is truth. The practical aspect of truth is that it can be disrupted but not defeated. There were many truthful personalities in India whose cries are still heard today, such as Raja Harishchandra and Satyaveer Tejaji Maharaj. They had made a decision in his life that no matter what happened, they would not deviate from the path of truth.
Satya literally means sate hitam i.e. welfare of all. Only by inculcating this feeling of welfare in the heart, one can speak the truth. The hallmark of a truthful person is that he stands firm on his point of view without thinking about the present, future or future. In human nature, there are feelings of intense reverence for truth and hatred for lies.

The measure of truth must be discovered in experience itself. The "internal contradiction" in experience is the test of truth.
  • Publisher: Gita Press, Gorakhpur
  • Language: Hindi 
  • Author: Swami Ramsukhdas
  • Pages: 96
  • Cover: Paperback
  • Product Type: Religious Books
  • Weight: 80 gram
  • Size: 8.5inchX5.5inch


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