The ideas presented in Building a Noble World can help one realize the enormous strength of one's own spirit.
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Although meditation, the elder brother to sleep, is easier than anything else in the world, most people are not able to experience it. The main reason for this is lack of keen interest in discovering one’s own true nature. If one only reads a cook book to learn how to prepare a particular food but does not actually cook and eat, one would only starve. The same is true of most people who read and listen to spiritual lectures but are not able to experience the divinity talked about. Just as the state of deep sleep, where we refresh ourselves every night, lies beyond our waking and dream states, so also the meditation state lies just next to the deep sleep state. If the deep sleep can be so refreshing, imagine how much refreshing your meditation state would be. Regardless of nationality, race, religion, and gender, one can easily experience one’s own meditation state.
by Shiv R. Jhawar
The voters of India, the world's largest democracy, have elected Narendra Modi as their next prime minister. Mr. Modi promised Indian citizens the dawn of a new era, one that will be filled with economic growth and solid governance. In his acceptance speech, Mr. Modi told a cheering crowd, "I didn't get a chance to sacrifice my life in India's freedom struggle, but I have the chance to dedicate myself to good governance. I will develop this country. I will take it to new heights.
"Does India have what it takes to become the next global power? Renowned Swami Rama Tirtha (1873 –1906), who was a brilliant Professor of Mathematics, predicted prosperity for the Indian subcontinent by explaining cycles of time called "Law of Periodicity."