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art of temptation of others

13 Aug

the very word “Pandava” sounds  “Peace”

Nederlands: Schaduwfiguur. Wajangpop voorstell...

Nederlands: Schaduwfiguur. Wajangpop voorstellende Patih Sengkuni Unknown language: Wayang purwa (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

the very word ” Kowrava” sounds “Cruelty”

actually this game of Kurukshetra was palyed by Shakuni

defended by Lord Sri Krishna

art of temptation of others

one must learn from this great Shakuni 

  • praising others loudly
  • poisoning the minds of others wickedly
  • provoking the others for taking revenge unreasonably 
  • always standing as shadow for getting an opportunity to corrupt minds and purses 

one can see such worst vicious people till the day also.    

Kurukshetra  focuses lights and give guidance to the society.                              

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6 responses to “art of temptation of others

  1. Otrazhenie

    August 13, 2012 at 6:38 am

    Where does this evil come from? Is it outside or inside us? Can we be truly good if we have never been tempted?
    – “…Monsters are real, and ghosts are real too. They live inside us, and sometimes, they win.” Stephen King
    – “The absence of temptation is the absence of virtue.” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832)
    From Thoughts at http://otrazhenie.wordpress.com/thoughts/

     
  2. advocatemmmohan

    August 13, 2012 at 8:40 am

    evil designs – thoughts
    monsters /ghosts nomenclatures
    a man is defined by his thoughts and deeds
    positive attitude regarded as divine
    negatives considered as devils

     
  3. Otrazhenie

    August 13, 2012 at 9:34 am

    Totally agree with you – “The light of the body is the eye; if then your eye is true, all your body will be full of light. But if your eye is evil, all your body will be dark.” ( Bible in Basic English. Matthew 6: 22-23. ) I’m sure that’s exactly what Matthew was talking about – ‘eye’ is our thoughts and attitudes. I did not know much about Indian culture and am just getting to know it via your blog. However I’m already amazed with similarities I discover in our cultures – different words, but the essence is the same. Different lands, but the problems are the same. Learning from each other might help us to find more effective solutions to make life better and more fair for everyone on this planet.

     

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