View Full Version : strive to remain innocent, or strive to evade faults?
27 August 2009, 04:34 AM
Which is easier, right and enduring - to strive to remain innocent, or strive to evade faults? – Consider this as if in an interview. A candidate always tries to focus his attention on avoiding mistakes, rather than focusing on what he knows. One may try not to jump into faults, for which, he always remain conscious of what the faults are, rather than trying to attempt to see what the righteous are. Does not this again pull one away, or slow down, from reaching the ultimate aim?
27 August 2009, 12:22 PM
Innocence once lost takes time to gain. How many of us are ready to become as innocent as we were when children? After knowing so much, after knowing the reality of this world no one wants to be innocent again! But true innocence is only possible to the highest people, like Ramakrishna Paramahansa, he was truly innocent.
To evade faults we all try, and we all achieve it with varying degrees of success.
To remain innocent in this world is like being ignorant, we should not be ignorant of this world and we should not know bad things too.
I would like to evade faults.
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