- Comments on Sakar Murli – January 30, 2013
- Question: brother dear, was it always brahma baba speaking sakar murli or was it shivbaba in him or better still in and out of him. even now in avyakt times, i guess its in the drama for god to sustain in his own mysterious ways and therefore all the rituals of bhog, calling out of names of older senior bks and ‘the gathering’ of frontliner bks must be to fit the ‘purpose’. wen avyakt bapdada refers to a name is it that its brahma baba’s memory who knew them wen he was alive?
- Question: Dear brother, Being a brahmin means “not easy as going to your auntie’s home” as it is said, many things to overcome – loneliness, attachment, sex-lust. Pretty much all the vices what makes it hard is the thought of what if? … what if I get really sick, who is going to look after me? Is the hardest I think especially if you are on your own.. should this be answered as drama will take care of it or we need to have things in preparation? What are your thoughts on this?
- Question: om shanti brother, I am starting to churn on the topic of “discipline”. A lot of it is lacking in modern society and I see how this causes big problems with youth for example. I myself have a bit problematic history with the topic as I used to experience it as being imprisoned, being limited. In my BK life however I noticed some very disciplined and well-churning sisters flourish, even fly by it! So now I want to do more than recognize the value, I want discover the secret of discipline. (I read one earlier article of yours mentioning discipline, code of conduct).