Life of Vision by Pujya Guruji – Part 4 - Death! How to look at one's mortality!
Life of Vision by Pujya Guruji – Part 4 - Death! How to look at one's mortality! Life of Vision is a compilation of Sanskrit verses that mark important occasions in our lives. These have been composed by Pujya Guruji Swami Tejomayananda ji. The book is available in Chinmaya publications and a must to own. Below are notes taken from talks by Guruji on these very pertinent topics on how to lead one’s life. The songs from the book and their literal meanings have not been included in the notes below. Death is inevitable. What a crowded planet this would be if there was no death. Particularly if retired people on pension lived forever how can the nation manage? How can there be succession and progress if there was no retirement despite ageing? If something is born, it has to go also. Remembering imminent death, enables us to place things in the right perspective. Realizing the impermanence of things starting from one’s own body, one gives up attachments to ephemeral worldly things