Tuesday, February 5, 2013

What is the Supreme Experience of Living as a Human Being ?

My favorite book tells about the untold story of Jesus Christ in detail. The life and teachings of Jesus that is not covered in the New Testament Bible is so touchingly given in part-4 of this marvellous book ever published in human history so far.

Many details hitherto unknown about the life and teachings of Jesus before he chose the twelve well known disciples are covered in this part.

Very interesting in this part is the journey Jesus made in many part of the middle east and Europe working as a language interpreter to a wealthy Indian businessman named Ganod and his youthful son Ganid extending over an year.

During this long journey by these three, Jesus taught many things to his Indian companions. Most of these teachings arose on account of their experiences enroute.

On one occassion, the youth Ganid, whose was of same age as Jesus, was compelled to ask Jesus a question because he found that his Jewish interpreter often interacted with many strangers during his spare time.

He asked, “Why do you occupy yourself so continuously with these visits with strangers?”

And Jesus answered: “Ganid, no man is a stranger to one who knows God. In the experience of finding the Father (God) in heaven you discover that all men are your brothers, and does it seem strange that one should enjoy the exhilaration of meeting a newly discovered brother? To become acquainted with one’s brothers and sisters, to know their problems and to learn to love them, is the supreme experience of living.”

What a great learning the Indian youth had that day !

I keep thinking about these great truths that the Sovereign of this Universe in human incarnation taught his companion from India some 2000 years ago.

The supreme experience of living as a human being on earth !

It is nothing other than to get acquainted with our own brothers and sisters and to know their problems and to learn to love them.

It is the experience of finding God when we discover that all men and women are our brothers and sisters.

Because no man is a stranger to one who knows God !

Would it be possible for you to accept this fact,  my brother (sister) ?

[The bold lines are direct quotes from Paper-130 of my favorite book]

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