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Deception

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  • 1. DECEPTION: DR SHRINIWAS JANARDAN KASHALIKAR Student: Sir, the deception may be in terms of breach of trust and unfulfilled expectations from spouse, family, friends, relatives, leaders, employers, doctors, traders and even governments. It may be associated with physical handicap, pain, loss of money and property or failures in examinations, competitions, elections, tournaments etc. Teacher: Yes! The common feature of deceptions is; agony, humiliation, pain and misery. However; in spite of this fact; we continue to live and work. Student: Why? Why do we live and work in spite of such misery? The strange thing is; we keep working not only in spite of deceptions but also in spite of several loyal responses ensuring fulfillment of our expectations! The question is; why? Teacher: Our innate aspiration is neither defeated by such deceptions nor satisfied by such fulfillment of our expectations! In other words we are neither truly deceived or we are truly satisfied! The true deception is being away from the innate aspiration of self realization through NAMASMARAN and the true fulfillment is being in NAMASMARAN; irrespective of all the other so called deceptions or fulfillments!

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