VISITOR’S VOICE on ENVIUS THOUGHTS. PART II

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He is the VISITOR Mr.Rajeev Jha, whose voice we will hear in this Sunday story for the second time. He is from Bhagalpur.

One of my esteemed viewers by name Mr.OKR Sivanganam, daily shares the post with his Face Book friends along with his views on the post and the viewers may remember that I consolidate the views and post the same in the Blog periodically as a Sunday Story under the caption “VIEWER’S VIEW on ENVIUS THOUGHTS” in parts. So far nine parts have been published.

There are a few other visitors who share their thoughts on the post periodically through Face Book and once I have consolidated and published again as a Sunday Story under the caption “COMMENTS CONSOLIDATED”.

There is a friend of mine unknown and unseen, by name Rajeev Jha from  Bhagalpur who on a daily basis sends his voice through Face Book which I am sharing with you today. He is a scholar in Sanskrit also. The feedback posted are not strictly in date order.

Here is the Part II of the VOICE OF THE VIEWER Shri Rajeev Jha –first part appeared on  6/3/16

(1) 10/4/16.

It’s good idea to recollect the comments of viewers and reproduce the same to discuss and thinking for enhancement of knowledge.

(2) 9/4/16.

Salutations to the unseen God, who abides in all beings as consciousness, intelligence, peace, forgiveness and the Master of all.

Nice note, Sir.

(3). 8/4/16.

Yes Sir, Ugadi Day, Gudi Padwa, the first Holy festival which marks the beginning of the New Year, new month and new day for the Hindus falls on Chaitra Shukla Pratipada. It is known as Gudhi Padwa (in Maharashtra), Ugadi (in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh). [In other parts of country it is celebrated during Nau Roz (Kashmir), Baisakhi (Punjab), Cheti Chand (Sindhi), Naba Barsha (Bengal), Goru Bihu (Assam), Puthandu (Tamil Nadu), Vishu (Kerala)] On this very day Lord Brahma created the Universe. Therefore for Hindus, this day carries special importance. We are also celebrating Chaitra Navratri from today :-

“सर्व मंगल मांगल्ये शिवे सर्वार्थ साधिके

शरण्ये त्र्यम्बके गौरी नारायणी नमोस्तुते !”

Good start of very sacred year.

(4) 7/4/16.

“Non-violence leads to the highest ethics, which is the goal of all evolution. Until we stop harming all other living beings, we are still savages.”

So nice topic, Sir.

(5). 6/4/16.

Haiku’s force us to synthesize taking on a challenge as vast as clouds is.

Nice n graceful, Sir.

(6) 5/4/16.

Maritime Day is wonderful reminder of nation’s abiding faith in the importance of maritime zone. Sea route development and preservation is absolutely essential for the all-round development of the country. April 5 repeats the necessity of protecting, preserving and defending our maritime zone.

Nice note, Sir.

(7) 4/4/16.

“God, Who is immanent, in His Grace takes pity on the loving devotee and manifests Himself according to the devotee’s development. The devotee thinks that he is a man and expects a relationship as between two physical bodies. But the Guru, who is God or the Self incarnate, works from within, helps the man to see his mistakes and guides him in the right path until he realizes the Self within.”

You have represented the tradition and his spiritual greatness, which is guiding millions of people.

Very noble series of notes, Sir.

8. 1 3/4/16.

Ramana Maharshi found that this spiritual existence is the only path that is truly satisfying. Nothing is more fulfilling than to unveil and discover ones real “Self”.

Nice note, Sir.

(9)

Many see the first day of April as a time to perpetrate pranks, practical jokes and even lies, in the name of “innocent fun.” Every year on April 1st, people around the world celebrate April Fools’ Day. Although customs and traditions differ, a common thread runs through the international celebration of this day.

Nice note, Sir.

(10)

Budha Dhyaan on Wednesday :-

“ॐ बुधाय नमः।

Om Budhaya Namah।”

“ॐ बुधर्चिताय नमः।

Om Budharchitaya Namah।”

“ॐ सौम्याय नमः।

Om Saumyaya Namah ”

“ॐ सौम्यचिताय नमः।

Om Saumyachittaya Namah।”

“ॐ शुभप्रदाय नमः।

Om Shubhapradaya Namah।”

“I bow to Bhagwan Budha, who is the intelligent One, who is only worshiped for intelligence, the mild One (or the Son of Soma), the One with a calm mind, and who is the bestow-er of brilliance.”

(11)

“शरणागतर्दनार्त परित्राण पारायणे।

सर्व स्यार्ति हरे देवि नारायणि नमोऽतुते॥”

Maa Chandika Stuti on Nauchandi Mela.

” śaraṇāgatardanārta paritrāṇa pārāyaṇē.

Sarva syārti nārāyaṇi namō̕tutē green cow ॥”

Maa Chandika Stuti on Nauchandi Mela.

Nice topic, Sir.

(12)

A vigorous five-mile walk will do more good for an unhappy but otherwise healthy people than all the medicine and psychology in the world.

A healthy topic, Sir.

(13)

अहकूटा भयत्रस्तैः कृता त्वं होलि बालिशैः

अतस्वां पूजयिष्यामि भूति-भूति प्रदायिनीम्‌ !”

Remembering Holi with colors and sweets and also with eternal love of Krishna and Radha, and the stories of Narashima, Prahlada and Hiranyakashyapa.

24/3/16.

May God spray the beautiful colours of success and prosperity over you and make this Holi a special one. Wishing you the greetings of a colourful, bright and joyful Holi.

Regards.

(14) 23/3/16.

“अज्ञानतिमिरान्धस्य ज्ञानाञ्जनशलाकया ।

चक्षुरुन्मीलितं येन तस्मै श्रीगुरवे नमः ॥”

“adnyaanatimiraandhasya dnyaanaaJNjanashalaakayaa

chakshurunmiilita.n yena tasmai shriigurave namaH”

“Salutation to the noble Guru, who has opened the eyes blinded by darkness of ignorance with the collyrium-stick of knowledge.”

” Ajñānatimirāndhasya Jñānāñjanaśalākayā.

Cakṣurunmīlitaṁ yen tasmayi śrīguravē namah ॥”

” adnyaanatimiraandhasya dnyaanaajnjanashalaakayaa

chakshurunmiilita.n yena tasmai shriigurave namaH”

“Salutation to the noble Guru, who has opened the eyes blinded by darkness of ignorance with the collyrium-stick of knowledge.”

(15) 22/4/16.

“Water

Glistening and sparkling,

Shimmering, covering the earth,

Replenishing our thirst,

Helping us survive,

Water.

Falling from the sky,

Pelting the earth with drops,

Soaking up the heat,

Cleaning away the filth,

Water.

Filling the great oceans,

Stretching blue for miles,

Sheltering thousands in its murky depths,

Lapping up against the beaches,

Water.

Floating over the ocean,

Freezing to the touch,

Blindingly white,

Towering over the seas,

Water.”

Water – A Precious Resource for People

Very relevant note, Sir.

(16) 21/3/16.

“TO LIVE FOR FUTURE IN REST SAVING FOREST IN THE BEST

BREATH FRESH AIR AND PRESERVE FOREST”

Nice topic, Sir.

(17) 20/3/16.

Sparrows are an endangered species gradually on a decline in the world.

So, very relevant note, Sir.

(18)

Sir, you have considered the relative prominence of each viewpoint to all fb friends which is very encouraging.

(19) 19/3/16.

Desire constitutes maya, and desirelessness is God.

Nice note, Sir.

(20) 18/3/16

According to Scripture, God “created the heaven and the earth” on Day One of Creation Week (Genesis 1:1). Initially all was dark, until God said, “Let there be light” .

Sun is direct form of God and we have accepted Earth as mother.

Rightly said that humans, animals and trees get life and energy from them.

Nice note, Sir.

(21) 17/3/16.

Very inspiring and touching quotes, Sir.

(22) 16/3/16.

Inner harmony or calmness is possible with the teachings of Guru.

Nice note, Sir.

(23) 15/3/16.

World Consumer Rights Day (WCRD) is to promote the basic rights of all consumers, for demanding that those rights are respected and protected, and for protesting the market abuses and social injustices which undermine them.

Nice note, Sir.

(24) 14/3/16.

Here is an opportunity for individuals, communities and organisations to promote shared Commonwealth values of peace, democracy and equality, and to celebrate the association’s rich diversity.

Nice note, Sir.

(25) 13/3/16

Procrastination is a complex psychological behavior that affects everyone to some degree or another.

Nice topic, Sir.

(26) 12/3/16.

“We wither externally but our roots of consciousness eternally bud.”

Nice note on fresh topic, Sir.

(27) 11/3/16.

As the ego becomes strong it starts surrounding intelligence like a thick layer of darkness. Only Almighty can remove our ego.

Happiness Is the Death of the Ego.

Very nice note, Sir.

(28) 10/3/16.

A good symbol to encourage people to maintain a minimum level of physical activity in any way they can, with their own means and frequency, regardless of their physical condition. Small steps can make a difference to keep healthy kidneys and we value every single effort.

Nice note, Sir.

(29) 9/3/16.

Informative Site.

Regards.

(30) 8/3/16.

Very Glad to know about nomination of your Blog ENVIUS THOUGHTS for LIEBSTER AWARD.

Its all aggregate of your continuous labor and passionate effort.

Regards.

(31) 7/3/16.

The essence of life is the experience of the internal rhythms, pulsations that compel us to move through life in the form of dance. We may experience the sensation of ‘being’ and ‘of being’ a part of spirituality much greater in the form of dance with devotion.

Nice note, Sir.

(32) 6/3/16.

“Our own actions and inaction are decisive contributors to the world we inhabit.”

It’s you not me and others, who’s contribution to your planned articles have inspired us to peep and comment.

Once again many thanks and regards.

 

(34) 4/3/16.

Dayanand Saraswati, a prominent Hindu religious leader and a Vedic scholar was the first Indian to voice his right for freedom of India from British rule in 1876. A highly intelligent and rational personality, he was way ahead of his times.

Nice article, Sir.

(35) 11/4/16.

The National Safe Motherhood Day aims at reinforcing the demands for clear and standardized mechanisms and follow through for citizens engagement, policies, schemes and programs on women’s and children’s health.

Very relevant note, Sir.

(36) 12/4/16.

The common crow is an intelligent and adaptable creature. In a word one could describe them as opportunistic. Recent studies by ornithologists show that crows are among the most intelligent birds, along with other members of the Corvidae. Crows gather in groups from two to eight birds in the summer, while during the winter they gather from many miles in great nocturnal roosts of up to thousands of birds. During the day they fly up to fifty miles away from these roosts in search of food. During feeding, one of two crows can be seen on high perched places serving as a lookout for the rest of the flock. These sentinels watch for signs of danger and warn the rest of the flock. This behavior allows the rest of the flock to forage more efficiently. The crow’s call has variations that allow it to express warning, threats, taunting, and cheer.

OK, this needs for poetry on crow.

Nice note, Sir.

(37) 13/4/16.

One of the most defining points in the history of India before Independence took place is at Jallianwala Bagh. A solemn homage to the innocent martyrs killed in the tragic massacre.

Nice note, Sir.

(38) 14/4/16.

According to one concept, the beginning of the Vedic New Year presents with the unique opportunity to begin a new phase of existence with great achievements and self-growth through the energy of the Sun. The Sun moves into Aries, the natural 1st house of the zodiac, on April 14th, and this is considered the New Year, since it is based on the transit of the Sun into the constellation of Aries. It is said the creator Brahma started the act of creation on this day. From today, We have been able to harness the Sun’s energy to the fullest and use it efficiently.

Nice note, Sir.

(39) 15/4/16.

Rightly said Sir that, the precipitate decline in moral and ethical values, as well as the steep fall in standards of private and public conduct, in recent years, has been accompanied by a concurrent erosion of values amongst our countrymen.

Also, the moral foundation of punishment is a problematic issue which has prompted several competing views. One perspective is anchored in the principle of retribution: punishment is deserved in proportion to the seriousness of an offence.

And we must place all our faith, love and trust in God to get back the golden era of our country.

Nice and touchy note, Sir.

(37) 16/4/16.

आपदाम्-अपहर्तारम् दातारं सर्व संपदां

लोकाभिरामं श्रीरामम् भूयो भूयो नमाम्यहम् ॥”

# I bow again and again to Sree Rama who removes (all) obstacles and grants wealth and pleases all.

” Āpadām-apahartāram dātāraṁ sarva sampadāṁ

Lōkābhirāmaṁ śrīrāmam bhūyō bhūyō namāmyaham ॥”

(38) 17/4/16.

Sir, what makes your blog a hit is your attitude and monitoring like a guru.

The magic ingredients in your blog are most insightful and informative topics.

(39)18/4/16.

World Heritage defines the standards in our perception of our civilization and the natural world. The day aims to educate people about respectful coexistence: it promotes the appreciation of the world’s cultural and natural landscape in its diversity, importance, and beauty. By highlighting the outstanding universal value of unique parts of the natural and cultural environment, the concept of World Heritage emphasizes the need for the preservation of natural and cultural heritage for future generations and its protection from physical, aesthetic and conceptual threats.

So nice note, Sir.

(400 19/4/16.

Mahavir Jayanti, is the most important religious holiday for Jains. It celebrates the birth of Mahavira, twenty fourth and the last Tirthankara (Teaching God) of the present time cycle.

We must remember Mahavir Swami’s Thoughtful Teachings:-

“Always speak the truth

Control over oneself is very important

There is no point accumulating loads of wealth that you can’t even spend.

Be honest to all.

Follow the path of non violence.

Be compassionate towards living beings.”

Very nice note, Sir.

(41) 20/4/16.

Fresh water has a fundamentally beneficial influence on our lives as one cannot imagine life on the Earth without water. Water plays an indispensable role in our daily life as the large proportion of water is used for industrial and farming sectors. More awareness in people and advanced technology can only resolve water scarcity dilemma. Admittedly, people need to think wisely and act efficiently to preserve water.

Nice and relevant note, Sir.

(42) 21/4/16.

It was on this day that Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel addressed the first batch of civil servants in Independent India at Metcalf House where he referred to civil servants as the ‘steel frame of India’.

The day is observed by all Civil Services to re-dedicate and re-commit themselves to the cause of the people. It provides a unique opportunity for introspection as also chalking out future strategies to deal with the challenges being posed by the changing times.

Nice note, Sir.

There is the bad side also now-a-days. Relationships between civil servants and ministers may be marred by suspicion and mistrust. Ministers may suspect civil servants of continued loyalty to an earlier regime, or despise the work ethic and practices developed then. Civil servants may think ministers motivated by short-term political interest or naive about the problems of government. Either group may think the other corrupt. In present scenario, whole system is in question. Regards.

(43) 22/4/16.

Our very survival directly depends upon the safety of our planet Earth. If it is not safe then our survival will also be unsafe.

So we must protect it. Let us save our motherland earth.

“It’s our earth.

Will we neglect it,

Or nurture it?

Will we tend it,

Or squander it away?

The choice is ours,

But if we’re going

To make a stand,

We should better start today.”

Nice note, Sir.

(44) 23/4/16.

The day is being celebrated to pay a worldwide tribute to books and authors, by encouraging everyone, young people in particular, to discover the pleasure of reading and gain a renewed respect for the irreplaceable contributions of those who furthered the social and cultural progress. The significance of the day also lies in its association with some such stalwarts of world literature.

“There is no end to education. It is not that we read a book, pass an examination, and finish with education. The whole of life, from the moment we are born to the moment we die, is a process of learning. So, the importance of books. There is no friend as loyal as a book.”

Nice topic, Sir.

 

So, that much for Part II and we shall continue to hear this VOICE after some time! Till then GOOD BYE!

Of course we continue to see the ENVIUS THOUGHTS on a daily basis!

 

 

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