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Ghei teaching to hear the Vedic-Vedanta hymn
Brahman is the world truth and it is the inspiration
The speed of life, the search for truth.
To see what Vinoba did in conjunction, one must know his philosophy of life. The famous hymn ‘Brahma Satyam’ written by the first Shankaracharya. Only Acharya’s philosophy and biography are found in that hymn. Vinoba did as well. He got a translation of the poem.
The interrelationship between Brahman, the world and the directions of life is explained in that verse. It also contains the philosophies of the early Shankaracharya, Gyandev and Gandhiji. This poem talks about the great goal, its practical application and its purpose.
Vinoba did not consider Brahman to be a big, broad goal. To see this vastness is to see this world. If she was there, she would dig deeper and if not, she would start working. Objectives and agreements are connected with the help of truth. Vinob’s philosophy does not stand still. This hymn is the foundation for his lively character, his behavior, his literature, management of worldly problems, Gita meditation and his love integration.
The principle of this verse came at the beginning of the Samyasutra. ‘Abhidhyayan Param Sanyam.’ This is the beginning of the equation. This means that your ultimate goal must be ultimate. Paramasamya words have a wide range of philosophies from the Upanishads to Gandhiji.
The four legends have a very important place in our tradition. Vinoba chose the myth of ‘Tattvamasi’ for meditation. It is important to know that you are not the body but the soul as I am Brahman. This character appears constantly in Vinob’s thinking. Vinoba saw the concept of self as soul, not body, personally and socially.
You and I are not the same, we are one, and each of us is the ultimate principle. They have a formula elsewhere. ‘Vande Bhrataram.’ Everyone you meet is not only your brother or sister, but also honorable ones. That means the role of equality has been taken to new heights.
We think that the values of freedom and equality are important but the values of brotherhood cannot be discussed in the usual way. Vinobha stood as an ideal in front of the society on how to cultivate brotherhood in him.
Without brotherhood, true freedom and equality cannot be established. The size given by Vinoba to the compound is very important. He put forward the threefold form of Samyoga. Individual practice, connection with worldliness, and collective practice innovation. This synergistic vision has to be said in its entirety. So their synergy teaching is unprecedented.