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More than 25 years ago a school was established in Kirpal Sagar where the students are taught human values, respect and kindness and where they can develop humility and spirituality to bring peace among human beings.
Today this academy has more than 600 students and is an extraordinary example in the whole world.
How can a person believe
What another person believes or thinks?
Even when they know each other over years
None of them sits in each other
Noone knows him or her completely
Not his or her motivations, background
And only sees a tiny part…
How easy it is to judge, condemn…
Hurting people with prejudices
Is in fact a bumerang to oneself…
The world itself is not bad
Man makes her bad
He has too little respect
Exploits the earth selfishly
Defends with claws and teeth
What belongs to the world, belongs to all of us
He does not know fair distribution, sharing
All he knows is: that’s what I want, that’s mine…
An excerpt from the book: “Morning Talks” – by Sant Kirpal Singh
Once Akbar, who was a great Emperor of India, was told by his minister that thoughts were very potent and that great care should be taken in what we think of others. Akbar asked his minister how he knew this. The minister said, “All right, I will give you a concrete example. Let us go outside.” So both of them went outside and they saw one man coming towards them at a distance of a few furlongs. The minister said to the king, “Look here, just think something about this man in your mind and when he comes near, you might ask him what crossed his mind at that time. You are only to look and think.” The king thought in his mind that this man should be shot. The man approached the king and the king asked him, “When you saw my face, what thoughts crossed your mind?” The man said, “Emperor, excuse me, but I thought that I should beat you with my fists and break your head.” So thoughts are very potent. If you think evil of others, the other man will react. You should be careful how you speak to people. If you speak ill to another and say “You are a fool” and things like that, or if somebody calls you a name and you react in the same way, what is the result? There will be a flare-up. A man calls you once, twice and that results in a fight. This is by words, their very root is the thought. A man speaks out of the abundance of his heart. Whatever is lying there, those things take the form of words, then words lead to fighting. So don’t hurt the feelings of others, in thought, word or deed.