Eight of the Ten Commandments:
8) Anavadyani karmani tani sevitavyani - (Do only good deeds, avoid bad deeds)
This is a caution. Do only things and actions which are free from blemish. The seers (rishis) were very pragmatic in their approach to life. They advised that one must be always active and engaged. An idle mind is a devil’s workshop, was well known to them. So one must be busy, but busy in doing good to others.
There are many aspects of doing good to others. First thing is we get what we give Swami Vivekananda used to say. ‘Unselfishness is more paying only, people do not have patience to practice it’
In the long run, doing good to others is doing good to ourselves. For, ultimately, in a spiritual sense, we are not different from others. The Epic Mahabharata declares that doing good to others is what the religion is all about.
Faith is simple truth can do immense good to us individually and collectively. Moreover sometimes teachers themselves, under some very pressing circumstances, may do some wrong action That action should not be taken as ideal. Even their actions should be scrutinized and only those actions, which are for the good in alarger perspective alone, should be done.
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