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Re: Digest Number 348

From: Asset-Enterprise Technologies (asset_at_acm.org)
Date: Mon Jun 18 2001 - 06:16:21 PDT

Thank you very much. But I want to end it here
because Sadagopan Swamin has generously shared
with us how we should conduct:
 
Swamy Desikan Concludes this Prabhandham of Panniru 
ThirunAmam with the following Phala Sruthi Paasuram: 

Katthi Thiriyum KalaikaLai Vellum karutthil Vaitthup
Patthikku uRuthunai PANNIRU NAAMAM  PAYILBAVARKKU
Mutthikku Moolam yenavE Mozhintha immUnRu Naankum
Titthikkum YengaL ThiruvatthiUrarai sErpavarkkE

(Meaning): These 12 Paasurams are delectable food for
BhAgavathAs , who seek refuge (Prapatthi) at 
the sacred feet of our Lord VaradarAjan.They are 
Parama BhOgyam ( most enjoyable ) for them .Those
who wish to conquer in debate the vainglorious and 
egotistic scholars in debate and who who wish to
enhance 
their Bhagavath Bhakthi should recite and understand
the meaning of these 12 Paasurams and practise them 
(put them into use during their PuNDra DhAranam ).Such
practise (anusandhAnam) will be root cause behind
One's
Moksham .

Ultimately, while we are different, all of us have
few things in common. We want more of our "universal
brothers and sisters" to <discover> "Tad Vishno
Paramam
padam",
then <accept> Paramathma
then <follow> the code of conduct for Sriman Narayana
bhaktas.

We have no difference in this regard. And with
that please accept my namaskarams and best regards.
Thanks to Swamin Sadagopan for bringing a subtle
point to the forefront at the most opportune time.

I appreciate it.
---
Anandavalli Dasan

--- Srimahavishnu Vinjamuri <s.vinjamuri@mailcity.com>
wrote:
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> >Each life is a small point on an asymptote 
> >tending to Sriman Narayana. Just because one
> >point is slight advanced than another point
> >towards the End Point, it does not mean we
> >can hurt someone else in these ways. 
> >"Amanitvam, Adhambitvam, Ahimsa ..."
> >and so goes Githa Acharyan.
> 
> I disagree with this. first of all, aymptotes meet
> at infinity. this means nobody gets moksha.
> secondly, worshipping demigods etc. is NOT the
> starting point for the process of liberation. by
> worshipping demigods we get some material benefitsa
> dn it ends there. if we ask them for moksha, it is
> nothing but posting the letter to the wrong address.
> 
> if every life is a curve progressing toward Him, if
> not asymptotically, all souls should get moskha.this
> means there is no leela vibhuti after sometime.
> since our karmas are beginningless and we are
> associated with this world, we cannot say one day
> this process will end completely, which makes it
> semi-infinite.
> 
> the process of liberation starts with divine
> intervention only. so He is our means right from the
> beginnig.
> >
> >Ahimsa by thought is extremely important.
> >
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> i fully agree with you. ahimsa, bhootadaya, indriya
> nigraham or control of senses  etc., are very
> important. Practising sriviahsnavism or any other
> religion without these qualities is only a
> show-business and is nothing but deceiving
> ourselves. Religion without ethics either in the
> community or in personal life is a big waste.
> however, we get the right mind only by His grace.
> 
> 
> dasanudasan
> vishnu
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