Message from Swamiji

The fortunes and misfortunes, comforts and happiness, disappointments, sorrows, victories and defeats in our life are the results of the good and bad deeds of our previous birth.

That the present life owes much to the previous birth is evident by the very mentioning of the result based actions of the previous birth. Perhaps you may have not any faith in rebirth. But if you have faith in Hinduism, you will have to believe in reincarnation, for, the Hindu Veda sastras and the Puranaas have referred about rebirth in many a place and many a time.

The 22nd an 27th stanzas of the 2nd chapter and the 5th stanza of the 4th chapter of the Bhagavath Geetha refer to reincarnation.

Modern Physics too, in its researches done on human life, has got strong evidences regarding incidents related to reincarnation. The news report published in the "Indian Express" dated 9th Nov 1948 under the heading "Strong evidence of reincarnation" and the "research results" presented by Dr Mrs Satvant of National Institute of Mental and Neuro Science, in the symposium organized by the Bangalore Science Forum are only a few examples. Non spiritualists and also the Western countries, the forerunners of science and technology have conducted researches and have derived dependable proofs.

It is when we experience comfort, happiness and prosperity in life that the level of the good deeds of the previous birth decreases gradually to such an extent that, at last, the level of our bad deeds rises high and disappointments, failures and sorrows start making us their prey.

In order to have stable good luck, lasting comfort and prosperity and to avoid misfortunes, failures and distress, we must possess inexhaustible virtue. The inexhaustible virtue will provide not only comfort, happiness and prosperity needed for many births but also everlasting salvation in the end.

According to Vedas and mythology the only possible means to possess virtue in Kaliyuga is by chanting of God's names (chanting of Mantra) and by giving alms. In the rat race of the materialistic life, it is not possible for all to sit calmly at one place and chant Mantras. If the chanting is not done regularly with a calm mind and full of faith, it will not provide you the goal. Thus we come to understand that giving alms(Daanam)is the only easy and possible way to acquire virtue in Kaliyuga.

Feeding (anna daanam) is the most virtuous among alms. A person can be made contended by feeding only. On the other hand if any thing else is provided in it's place, there can be the possibility of the person receiving alms to have the feeling that it would have been better if a little more had been given. But in feeding, when a person had his fill, however we may compel, he would never have the feeling to consume more. With contentment, he would say 'enough' by raising both hands. This contentment of the receiver of the alms makes 'feeding' the best among all alms.

The fruits of feeding will provide inexhaustible comfort and happiness. Feeding will be fruitful only when a deserving person is fed duly observing the rules of tradition. The deserving person can be, so to say, a hungry poor person welcomed whole heartedly irrespective of his birth and fed to his contentment. Such feeding only will be fruitful.

The 'Padmapuranam' and 'Vishnu Dharmottharam' describe about the greatness of feeding in this way. Feeding provides inexhaustible 'well-being'. 'Well-being' is the experience in life when the body and the soul join together. When the soul and body are separated, 'well-being' becomes meaningless and ceases to exist. The soul on its path towards rebirth can carry only virtue with it.

Amalgamating inexhaustible comfort and happiness derived from innumerable feelings in order to create inexhaustible virtue providing lasting happiness, prosperity, fame and good luck and longevity in this as well as the ensuing rebirths, you are requested to extend your earnest cooperation and liberal financial contribution in the construction of the temple for Parashakthi, Mother Goddess, Dasa Mahavidyaswaroopini Sree Bagalamukhi devi and make the noble cause a great success and have the blessings of Mahadevi.

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