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RE: Digest Number 379
Date: Tue Jul 24 2001 - 04:15:16 PDT

Sri Raamajayam
SrimathE GOpAla DEsika MahA DEsikAya Namaha

Dear Bhagavathaas,
                  AdiyEn have a question on the nature of the soul attaining Parama Padam.   We say, the Atma realizes its Swaroopam(Dasya Swaroopam to the Divya Dhampathis as well as to other Atma-kOti serving the Divya Dhampathis) and experiences eternal joy in Nitya Kaimkaryam to the Divya Dhampathis.

Basically thought is related to curiosity, needs or affliction, which mostly due to Samsaaric nature on Earth.

Since there is a state of eternal joy, what is the portrayal of thought(what does the soul think), in Parama Padam.  Apparently there are no, needs or worries or afflictions, and the soul is in eternal joy fulfilling the only duty of Kaimkaryatvam to the Divya Dhampathis.  

I am sure there should be an answer from the works of Swamy Desikan(thoughts of the soul in Parama padam). 

AdiyEn Sri RAmanuja DAsan,

Sudarsana DasOsmi

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