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The art of allowing others to cheat us knowingly (English Dadavani November-2012)

By Bhagwan, Dada

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Title: The art of allowing others to cheat us knowingly (English Dadavani November-2012)  
Author: Bhagwan, Dada
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion
Collections: Religion, Authors Community
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2012
Publisher: Mahavideh Foundation
Member Page: Dada Bhagwan

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Revered Dadashri spent his whole life on the basis of this exclusive principle that, ‘Whoever meets me, may not benefit from me, but he must not incur any loss at all’. These were, a noble heart, never an intent of taking anything from others, only the intent of giving. People used to misuse that intent, but he let it happen intentionally, and he never made anyone unhappy. In many life events, he used to knowingly allow others to cheat him. Revered Dadashri’s vision was very vast from the beginning and he had high revolutions, so he could make the final assessment of everything. He would not miss his goal in any situation. His original (muda) vision (drashti) was to only attain the science of the Vitarags. And that is why, on the basis of different arts of knowledge (gnan-kada), by acquiring the knowledge in different life situations, he attained the best state. And furthermore, whatever knowledge he attained, he let it go free to all for the salvation of the world.

 
 



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