"It is not enough to know what to say - one must know how to say it." - Aristotle -
Nov 8, 2005
Nov 2, 2005
On the joyous occasion of Indian festival Deepawali today, I convey my warm greetings and good wishes to you. May the festival of lights usher in resplendant mood and hope that the radiance of the bright lights would bring all round prosperity, development and happiness to all.
Here is an inspiring story to share with you on the occasion of Deepawali:
"It was the sacred Deepavali Day. A few devotees had gathered round the Master who sat underneath a huge, banyan tree. A devotee asked: "Master, how best may a person celebrate the Deepavali Day?
And the Master said: "By kindling the light inextinguishable-the light which can never be extinguished."
"And how may that be done?" asked the devotee.
The Master said: "Today, go and treat everyone you meet as though you are meeting him for the last time. Give him all the love and understanding, kindness and care of which you are capable, and do all this without expecting anything in return-not even a simple words of thanks."
The Master paused for a while and then added: "And continue to do this every day!" - Author unknown -