[Advaita-l] giving up of karma
bhatpraveen at gmail.com
Thu Oct 11 03:21:10 CDT 2007
> now, coming to the inconsistency you have observed, now-a-days it is
> very difficult to be a parivrAjaka (in the 'physical' sense of the
> term) for 'obvious' reasons. so, most of those who take up saMnyAsa
> live in an ASrama where they follow some daily routine based on the
> local tradition...
...we can sympathize with the observed
> inconsistency. but in the final analysis, it IS an inconsistency and
> there is no point in looking for a justification.
Thanks for bringing out an important point. To extend my
understanding, using the point you make is that: the more such
'obvious' reasons exist, the more difficult it would be to be a
parvrAjaka in the 'physical' sense, and more 'inconsistencies' will be
observed moving forth. And as you rightly say, there is no point
looking for a justification beyond this... and that will hold good,
/* Through what should one know That owing to which all this is known!
--Br.Up. 4.5.15 */
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