Involving in life

Don’t involve yourself too much in daily life. It will often drive you away from the real life. Now what’s the real meaning of this. What’s really “involving yourself in life”?? Should I quit from the life I live?? What should I do after that??

Involving means totally devoting yourself to your family,friends,colleagues. Fulfilling their needs and taking care of the relations between you and them. Making them happy and try to make them smile. This is involving. But that’s a good thing. Isn’t it??

Yes. It is. But you are forgetting something called GOD. After giving so much time for them, you don’t have time for GOD. Praying to GOD is also necessary. How many of us pray daily?? And if you pray daily, How many time it’s selfless?? We always pray to GOD asking for something. In India we have temples and there is Fund Box. We put a coin and pray to GOD. That’s similar to a beggar.

Taking some time out of your daily routine to GOD will take you to the road of peace. But that time should be selfless. There is no begging involved in that time. You just pray because you want to pray. It’s straight from the heart.

Think Nonsense…

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3 Comments

  1. Posted May 12, 2008 at 9:12 am | Permalink

    I liked your message in this blog entry. I’m Catholic. At least that was my upbringing. I admit, I’m not part of any organized religion today. I haven’t gone to mass in 30 years. And I have to tell you, I don’t think God cares about what religion you belong to, your attendance at church or even the title you give him. Just that you’re a descent person and that you love Him.

    And as far as prayer goes… I do pray everyday. Sometimes several times. It’s an old habit and makes me feel good. On occasion I ask Him for something, but I attempt to keep that to a minimum. The main thing I do is thank Him and tell Him how grateful I am. I think God likes that. He takes care of me.

    And something else, I never really liked the statement, ‘I believe in God.’ You either know God exist or you don’t. I know God exist. It just makes me sad that so many people don’t. They’re in for a real shock.

    Vikki

  2. Posted May 12, 2008 at 11:05 pm | Permalink

    I don’t say go to temple or church or the holy place of your religion everyday. But surely when you visit such places you get a different feeling. I’ll not lie but I don’t pray regularly neither I go to temple everyday. But the prayer I make in temple makes me feel a lot better than the one in my house. Its the spirit in that place makes me so.
    ‘I believe in God.’ Everyone have different views. But most of the time they mean the same as you think. I know that GOD exists and he is always looking at me.

  3. Mateo
    Posted July 1, 2009 at 11:29 pm | Permalink

    Hey. The problem with people who have no vices is that generally you can be pretty sure they’re going to have some pretty annoying virtues.
    I am from Chad and also now teach English, give true I wrote the following sentence: “The female flea can lay eggs in her lifetime.”

    THX :-), Mateo.

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