By Ramesh S. Balsekar
Publish 12 months note: First released August 1st 2007
Many non secular seekers this day are stressed. They think enlightenment as a kingdom of excellent peace totally indifferent from worldly issues, and suppose disillusioned or insufficient after they don’t reach that perfect. Ramesh S. Balsekar, a self-realized sage whose teachings have reached hundreds of thousands, deals a down-to-earth message that corrects this false impression. With eloquence and humor, he exhibits how spirituality and way of life can exist in concord. We triumph over our confusion after we settle for that no matter what exists within the second is exactly as it’s imagined to be, based on the Cosmic legislations that's perpetually past the take hold of of the human mind. With jargon-free simplicity, he explains how to define actual peace by means of studying to understand the oneness of all issues.
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Jesus actually told his disciples they needed to physically follow him, not just sign a card and raise their hands? ”12 We often miss that our “righteous acts” are “filthy” before God. Not just our bad days, but our extremely good days too! Praying, reading the Bible, giving to the poor, and going to church nine times a week? Filthy rags apart from Jesus and his cross. Tell me that isn’t just a little bit controversial. ”13 In that verse God says our good works are no better than a bloody tampon.
After I watched a few acceptance speeches, I noticed each artist was thanking God for the award. I thought, Hmm, never knew any of them to be the religious type. indd 37 7/17/13 2:36 PM JESUS > RELIGION the hip-hop artist who thanks Jesus for winning a Grammy for his song about naked women, Grey Goose, and stacks of money. I’m convinced that every time God hears one of those speeches he gets sick. Sadly, those are two of the most common representations of Jesus that drive many people away. Either people can’t possibly bear to be in the same family as the wacko, or they think Jesus is irrelevant and doesn’t actually change anyone’s life—like the rapper giving the acceptance speech.
Inside I was just a scared little boy who had been deeply insecure his whole life and lived in hopes that others would tell me I was good enough. Of course, none of us would admit it so plainly, and for nineteen years of my life, I wouldn’t have either, but isn’t it true? Why else do we do most of the things we do? My generation is the most fatherless and insecure generation that’s ever lived, and we are willing to sacrifice everything if we just can be told we are loved. If only we knew just how loved we really are.
Confusion No More: For the Spiritual Seeker by Ramesh S. Balsekar