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Ordinary humans struggle to win material happiness and external pleasures. They do not seek the spiritual bliss (Ananda) that the Atma, their inner reality, can grant. They lose the great opportunity of experiencing it, and they don't take any steps appropriate for the purpose. All the time, their attention is directed only to the external world. It does not turn inward. Looking outward is the characteristic of animals, not of humans. The important organs of sense perception in the human body - the eye, the nose, the tongue, etc. - all open outward in order to contact external objects. The Sovereign Lord is the embodiment of indivisible sweetness (Rasa), the treasure house of bliss, can be realized only when you look inward. A wise person would gradually and steadily endeavour to look inward and acquire that victory of Bliss.
Thought for the day as written at Prasanthi Nilayam today 29th October 2010
Chinese director Feng Xiaogang's latest film "Aftershock," based on the tragic Tangshan earthquake some 30 years ago, Is now available on Original DVD at our KL SENTRAL Outlet
Inspired from the novel of the same name, the harrowing film tells the experience of three family members - mother, older sister and son - who survived but were separated in the disaster only to be reunited in 2008 when another earthquake rocked southwest Sichuan Province.
The film shows the decision made by a Chinese mother who saves her son over her daughter, only later to learn that the daughter unexpectedly survived after the mother and son were evacuated.
Director Feng said what he tried to emphasize in the film was the affection between the people, as he hopes the film will bring audiences a feeling of warmth and hope.
The 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Tangshan in Northern China on July 28, 1976, which resulted in the deaths of more than 200,000 people as well as causing 3 billion yuan (430 million US dollars) worth of damages.