Warrier's Collage March 15, 2021

Welcome to Warrier's Daily COLLAGE Monday March 15, 2021 Yoga Nidra: Swami Sarvapriyananda https://youtu.be/FlINp3FdVDs (Link Selection: M G Warrier) Good Morning Nice Day 🙏 M G Warrier M 134 Non-Dual Meditation I: Swami Sarvapriyananda https://youtu.be/l3vddQwxA48 (Link Selection: M G Warrier) A Interaction 1) P V J Warrier Bangalore "Thank you for including the WhatsApp forward("The Ant 🐜 and the Contact Lense") sent by me in Collage. 2) V R Chittanandam Cheñnai 'The Ant 🐜 and the Contact Lense' story shared by P V J Warrier made very interesting reading and had a lesson for all of us. Let's do our mite to the society in whatever little way we could. Helping hands are better than praying lips. Chittanandam 3) C V Subbaraman Mysuru On the subject of Forgive and Forget: Smt. Vathsala Jayaraman has presented a good analysis of the matter. There is also another important aspect. A person does wrong (to another). The victim suffers. Who is the victim to decide on forgiving the culprit? If he does, does he not arrogate to himself the right/power to decide on the issue? Such decision to "forgive and forget" is really sham, because if the offense is serious or touches the heart of the victim, forgetting it is not possible for many years, or maybe even for lifetime. ***. *** Forgiveness, even if genuine in some exceptional cases, should be from the position of strength (of character) and not from the position of weakness of the victim. It would be laughable if a weak and powerless victim tells a bully that he has forgiven the offense! And as Smt. VJ has said, in serious cases, there should be no case of "forgive and forget" - e.g., criminal offenses like murder, rape, traitorous actions, to quote a few. In this context I totally disagree with the so called human activists who oppose death sentences. Going by their argument, there should be no CPC or Cr.PC. Then only Jungle Raj will prevail in a society which does not have hesitation to call itself "civilised". Subbaraman 4) K Ramasubramanian Mumbai There is an assumption in this approach that the victim is affected and offended. Can anyone exercise full control what the other person can say and the manner in which he says etc. In such circumstances it is the reaction of the so called victim as to revenge or forgive. If the person who is aimed does not care for any negative offence other than physical offences he can exercise a deed of forgiveness. Else he may revenge . The problem is that if he feels offended he not only suffers on the time of offence but mentally suffers till such time revenge is taken without any counter action. I therefore feels the adage forgive and forget is contextual and not general 5) M G Warrier Mumbai Knowing when to stop! And make a new beginning... https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/readersblog/warriersviews/knowing-when-to-stop-and-make-a-new-beginning-30305/ The text of this post was shared in Collage earlier 🙏


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