Saturday, February 7, 2015

Flying Above

Few minutes ago, I was flying at about ten thousand feet above the ground (in a plane of course) and big buildings and everything else were looking so small. Now, at the altitude of about thirty thousand feet, everything has almost disappeared; the higher we go, smaller are the things below.

Same principal also applies in spirituality.
When we are at the low or ground level, things that are so important to us such as acceptance, acknowledgement and appreciation become less and less important when we begin ​to rise higher in spirituality. Desire to gain power and to control others vanishes when we have ​risen above the material world, into the higher realms of spirituality.

                                                                                        ‘Rajan Sachdeva’

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