WORK FOR WORSHIP:-

"What is the goal of life and what should be the aim of existence?"

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From time immemorial, the way of right living had been a serious question with all-thoughtful generations and, era after era, each generation found a convenient answer for itself to suit the conditions or circumstances and temperaments of the people. It is not an exclusive problem that is facing us today when we discuss in the press as well as on the platforms whether we are to be secular or spiritual. ' These words may be new to us; the problem may look like a new weapon forged at the anvil of our times. But the fundamental idea underlying them is eternal and is ever the same. This problem can be solved only when we have found out for ourselves an answer to the great question: "What is the goal of life and what should be the aim of existence?"


"Is life to be spent in walking the Path of Renunciation or in striving on the Path of Action?"

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Is life to be spent in self-denial, renunciation, and soul-seeking, or is it to be a lifelong sincere struggle to serve ourselves and those around us for our material needs and physical happiness? Is life to be spent in Path of renunciation or on the path of action?


Yoga of Synthesis:-

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Even this is not a new idea at all. Among the philosophical literature of Bharatham, we find that we had among our great thinkers, those who had advocated a synthesis of Karma and Jnana, and they were called the 'Samuccayavadins.' Even among these advocates of synthesis, there were three distinct groups: 1. Karma-Pradhana: - here some emphasis on Karma, 2. Jnana-Pradhana:- here others press on importance of Jnanam, 3. Sama-Pradhana:- still others who glorify a synthesis of equal doses of both action and knowledge.

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