A moderated law of value must rest upon two defining principles, 1. Value as elected opinion 2. Law as freed labor. We are called to share value by obeying democratic lawful governance. When nations are unprepared to fulfill these responsibilities they are nothing but common thieves and criminals. By agitation and resistance, it is incumbent upon EVERY individual to demand that these constraints be removed from the private and public sphere. Failure to do so will bring danger and destitution to our world. In order to live freely one must be prepared to die for freedom. Whether freedom is metaphysical or existential is one’s own business. However, nations will be required to embrace freedom’s cost as a way out from under fiefdoms. Fascists prosper when individualists ignore their duties as law-abiding people. They wait for criminal authorities to uphold law. Sadly, laws can work when people are willing to stand up for them. Unwillingness to do so is very very expensive. When speech is juridical a vigorous and ongoing defense of opinion should provide justice. This fight is moral and must begin and conclude with making life worthwhile of laws of value. Through practice of opinionated speech it might be possible to discard evil thinking. Only then rule of law is value fit to become enshrined within human beings.
Thumhari adao pe main vari vari. Tumhari adao pe main vari vari. My love, I am wanting (of love). Har ek baat hain jaise. All words reveal you in this world. Meethi karaari. Sweet loving. Thumhari adhao pe main vari vari. Chalate ho jo naino ke baan tikhe, As you rule this world with your eyes. Nishaana thumh aaisa kaha se ho sikhe. Where did you learn such a look? Ke dhil mein kasak ho magar pyari pyari. So, that my heart may never abandon you. Thumhari adhao pe main vari vari. Kabhi ek chaman tha main jiski kali thi. I have been the love of many. Ke phoolon ke sejo pe hi main palegi. Yet I have left them all to be at your side. Na bechain dhin thein na betaab raatein. Only to be have miserable days and hopeless nights. Na thumse mili thi main thab hi bhali thi. I was fine before I met you. Badi mehangi mujhko padi tumse yaari. Your love has been so expensive. Hai, badi mehangi mujhko padi thumse yaari. Thumhari adaao pe main vari vari. Aisa mera pyaar hai. That is how my love is for you. Charno mein jo na jagah paanu ji mein. If I had not been awakened by you, my life would have been in shambles. Tho mera jeena hi bekaar hai aisa mera pyaar hai. That my life is worthless without your love. Mera maan hai thu abhimaan hai thu, you are my dignity and my honor. Mheri pooja hai tu, mera dhyaan hai tu, You are my prayer and meditation. Thu devatha mein pujaaran, You are my god and I am your devotee. Sanjnaa thujpe mein arpaan thaire gungaan hi tho gaanu ji mein, oh thaire gungaan hi to gaanu ji mein, Such is my love. Thu hi tho mera sansaar hai, you are my world, o meri dhadkan mein thu, in my thoughts, meri than mann mein thu, in my soul, meri saason mein thu, in my every breath, mere nainan mein thu, in my eyes, thu hai tho chamke kajra, when I see you my darkened eyes are opened. Thu hai tho mehke gajra, thaere bina tho na jeene paanu jee mein. You are my blossoming flower. Haan there bina tho na jeene paanu jee mein, I don’t think I can survive with you, thu hi tho mera sansaar hai, you are my world sajnaa ji vaari vaari jaanu ji mein. Beloved you prove to be the love of my life. Aisa mera pyaar hai. This is how deep my love is for you. Tho mera jeena hi bekaar hai. That my life is worthless without you.
Sathya Sai Baba also says that selfless service is the first step on the spiritual path, the best spiritual exercise to remove the evil of egoism and to eliminate the nefarious pull of the mind toward desires. “The core of this spiritual discipline of selfless service,” says Sathya Sai Baba, “is to see everyone as yourself and yourself in everyone.” He says that when we serve, we are not serving others, we are serving the God in us, the same God who is equally present in others. It is this attitude that changes our service into selfless service, making it a spiritual activity. “The real value of this service,” says Sathya Sai Baba, “is that it reforms us and reshapes us as we serve.”
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