Remaining Unperturbed-06

By Dr. Dwaraka Nath on 15-09-2014

All duality, every division between the actor and the act, between the experience and experienced, the observer and the observed, has to disappear. If we can be totally one with the moment at hand we will have learned the art of being one with every moment that is on its way. And then miracle will happen- both pleasure and pain will chasten us, enrich us, add to our beauty and grandeur. Then both happiness and misery will be our friends and they will have equal share in making us. And when our time to leave this world will come, we will thank both in tremendous gratefulness. 
The truth is that it is not only light that creates us, darkness has an equal hand in our creation. Not only happiness enriches us, pain and suffering has equal share in building our richness. Not only life is a moment of rejoicing and celebration, death also is a great moment of bliss and festivity. It is possible only if we can live each moment totally, if we can squeeze out every drop of juice the moment posses. Then we will not be able to say that happiness is friendly pain is inimical. No, then we will gratefully accept that happiness and misery are like our own legs on which we walk, and that they are together available to us. Then we will realize how we have tried impossibly all our life to walk on one leg alone- the leg of happiness. We have to be whole when we speak, we have to be whole when we are silent. 
Disorder begins when we choose. And the chooser is separate the world of choices is unending. 

About The Author

Dr. Dwaraka Nath

Dr. Dwaraka Nath, who took his doctorate from Mangalore University in 2007 is a qualified healer in Naturopathy and Yogic sciences. The insatiable fire within, to exploit the good old Indian preventive health care strategies to its full, ended up in Mitran Foundation, dedicated to humanity.