Can iishvara pull out a jiiva from bondage?
Sankaran Kartik Jayanarayanan
kartik at ECE.UTEXAS.EDU
Wed Mar 22 11:48:11 CST 2000
On Tue, 21 Mar 2000, elmec wrote:
> Sankaran Kartik Jayanarayanan wrote:
> > On Sat, 18 Mar 2000, elmec wrote:
> > [..]
> > But the call has to come
> > > from the child first. The mother will not simply pick up the child as
> > long as
> > > the child is playing comfortably without even remembering her !
> > IMO, a mother who lets a child suffer just because the child doesn't "call
> > out to her" is only craving attention for herself.
> I have mentioned that ' as long as the child is playing comfortably.......'
> and not, ' when the child is suffering '. By that I meant as long as the man
> thinks he is happy, he seldom remembers God and thinks of God only when he is
> in distress ( the ordinary Bhaktha ). " sankata bandaaga venkataramana ", as
> we say in kannada.
Sorry for mis-interpreting your words.
I wrongly understood that to mean, "The mother will not pick up the child
if the child does not *specifically* call for her. Period. (i.e, doesn't
matter even if the child is suffering)."
> Hari Om,
> Latha Vidyaranya
bhava shankara deshikame sharaNam
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