” Insaan mein ‘gyan’ ka hona bahut zaroori hai!
Knowledge brings wisdom; and wisdom brings peace. A man without knowledge is akin to a rudderless boat ; for, it is only the knowledgeable that can distinguish right from wrong, ‘satya’ from ‘asatya’, ‘paap’ from ‘punya’.The test of life – the various decisions to be made at various junctures, the goals to be pursued and the paths to choose, can only be aced by those who are constant learners. A commoner, armed with knowledge, will live a more fulfilling life, than a wealthy, but , ignorant king. It is ‘gyan’ alone that enables us to understand who we are; the purpose of our birth; where have we come from and what is our final destination? Answers to these questions present themselves only to the learned; only to those who seek knowledge!”
“‘Gyan’ is infinite; and, once we realise the importance of acquiring knowledge; and when the willingness to gain and apply knowledge in day to day life situations sets in; we begin to appreciate the power of knowledge. Knowledge has the knack of surprising us, pleasantly and unfailingly, as long as we continue to unlock doors, that store immeasurable wealth of knowledge behind them and learn from it.”
“‘Gyan’ jeevan ko ‘sahaj’ aur ‘saral’ bana deta hai!’ – as every grain of knowledge prepares us to face the ever- changing scenario of life confidently. It could be ‘gyan’ about our ‘sanskriti’, ‘sanskar’ and ‘sabhyata’; academic knowledge for personal and professional growth, or , knowledge gained by reading scriptures, learning and chanting ‘shlokas’ and ‘mantras’ and performing rituals, which help us in developing faith in God. ‘Gyan’ enables us in understanding about a power – Supreme and divine, whose children we are; and, our faith in Him makes us accept His plans, for us, with a sense of total surrender.”
“The richness and greatness of ‘Gyan’ is incomparable, and, a class apart from everything else, as it lays the foundation of the life that we live.
‘Gyan’ sabse bada dhan bhi maana jata hai. ‘Gyan’ se ‘bhakti’ utpann hoti hai aur ‘bhakti’ se ‘shakti’ milti hai!’ ‘Gyan’ gives us a clear insight into the counter – measures that can be taken by us during unexpected, difficult times and situations.The unshakeable ‘faith’ that knowledge instills in us, also gives us the courage needed to face adversaries and also overcome challenges and obstacles boldly.”
” ‘ ‘ज्ञान” से हम दूसरों का भी उद्धार कर सकते हैँ। हम दूसरे को – क्या गलत है,क्या सही है, के बारे में बता कर भला तो कर ही सकते हैँ ! अगर हमे ज्ञान ही नही होगा तो दूसरे को हम क्या मार्ग दिखाएगें!’ Yet, the greatest knowledge is that which comes from within us.’अन्दर’ का ‘ज्ञान’ होना बहुत आवश्यक होता है, क्यूंकि यह ज्ञान सर्वोच्च है। ’Aatma’ se joh ‘gyan’ nikalta hai uss sey insaan bahut kuch seekhta hai ! Aur aisa tab hota hai jab hum ‘aatma’ ko ‘shudh’ karte hain…’nek, achche karma’ karke aur nek marg par chalke!’ The soul is indestructible and, so, is the ancient knowledge that it carries with it. It is only through ‘achche, nek ‘karma’ and cleansing of the soul that this ‘knowledge’ can be realised. It is this knowledge that we must all look to obtain, for, it is this ‘gyan’ that will enlighten us, and , lead us to our ultimate goal of merging with our Creator.”