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Teachings and learnings from Dada Vaswani

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By – Vishal Kumar Mahajan

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Here are few of the famous teaching by the pure soul who always guides his followers to lead on a path of spirituality for a better and peaceful life.

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“The aim of life is to realize that we are immortal spirit – not the bodies we wear!”

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“If you wish to know God and understand him, you must love Him more and more! The more you love him, the more you will know him. The key to knowledge is – LOVE.”

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“No man can attain enlightenment by his own efforts. Enlightenment cometh to man by the grace of God. Strive for enlightenment – yes. But like the peasant who tills the soil and sows the seed – then turns to the heaven for chandi ka gola (the silver drops of rain)”

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“You who are looking for miracles, open your eyes and see! All around us are the miracles of God.”

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“Give, give, give – until it hurts to give! This will release you from bondage to the ego – and to things”.

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“The worst thing that can happen to a man is that he has a hot head and a cold heart.”

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“Misfortunes are blessings if we handle them well. They are like knives which hurt or help as we hold them by the blade or handle.”

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“Life is too short to be spent in faultfinding, holding grudges, or keeping a memory of wrongs done to us. Forgive even before forgiveness is asked. Forgive and forget.”

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“When man surrenders himself to God, He takes upon Himself his entire responsibility. All we need to do is to hand ourselves over, in childlike trust to the Lord. And the angels of God will go ahead of us to clear the way.”

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“The greatest intoxication is that of the ego. The worst madness is that of anger. The person who is free from arrogance and anger finds goodness and beauty wherever he goes.”

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“Are you anxious to love God? Then you must be prepared to lose yourself.”

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“Do you want God to be yours? Then you must first become his!”

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“Think positively. Eat sparingly. Exercise regularly. Walk as much as you can. Be careful to see that your thoughts and actions are clean. A guilty mind breeds many diseases. There is the way to live a happy, healthy, harmonious life.”

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Dada Vaswani, as lovingly named was the head of Sadhu Vaswani Mission. The main vision of the mission is about influencing and inheriting good values in people through books and preaching.

The Eternal Leader of Spirituality Dada Vaswani wrote his life’s last chapter @ 99 On 2nd July, a legend bid goodbye to the world. He was a person who always believed in helping people. Someone who enjoyed life to an extent; that he always spread happiness, and shared sorrows of life.

Yes, the legendary Spiritual Leader J P Vaswani lovingly known as Dada Vaswani is our subject. Just a month before, he could hit a century of his life years, he decided to retire and left us with the memory of joy and eyes full of tears which will shed till we will live.

The Sadhu Vaswani mission Dada Vaswani was also spiritual head of the Sadhu Vaswani mission which was started by his Guru, Sadhu T.L Vaswani in the year 1929. The mission was started to empower the womanhood. The mission was started with a vision to works for the betterment of the Nari Shakti and to believe in their potential. It also works in favor of the society and nation. Whereas the legacy of the mission and the gratitude was also carried away by Dada Vaswani too. He sacrificed his whole life in the favor of the nation and its people.

Hence, all the teachings and learning we ever heard from Dada Vaswani always leads us on the path of living a happy and satisfied life. He always teaches us the way of dealing with the problems of life with a smile and always smile and believe in the power of almighty at any circumstances. In short, he was a mentor for us who was guiding us to live a life like a blessing and to be humble to the god for all his creations and things.

What happened to him?
People, who knew him, were well aware about his medical condition as it was a common sight for them to see Dada in such condition helplessly in the hands of age. The day before he died, he was admitted in hospital due to his health condition, which deteriorated in last three weeks.

He recovered too, and the day he expired he was feeling OK.

How plans of his birthday went in vain?
Since it was Dada’s 100th birthday, the mission planned big in honor of Dada Vaswani’s and making his day special. President Ram Nath Kovind is amongst the few people who attended his mission and worked towards humanity.

His death is nation’s loss?
Yes, it’s true as Dada Vaswani was amongst the most loved social celebrity. His news of death spread like fire in jungle. Country’s prime minister and President took it as nation’s loss. He was a man who served the society till his last breath, as on 30th June only, he inaugurated his last venture which an orphanage special was made for girls.

The nation will always miss his contribution and legendary image which always worked for the betterment of the right people and for the right cause.

Dada Vaswani was a great and pure soul who always spread love and happiness and also requested everyone to follow the similar path of peaceful life. He always talks about the humanity as a whole as he was a non-sectarian leader who believes in a power of a human and its relation with all mighty. He was also well versed with all the religions of the world, but he was a strict follower of a human soul and believes in humanity more than any religion around the world. Hence, his demise was a significant loss to the nation and its people. All we can pray now is to “Rest in peace.”

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