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ULLadu Narpadu - 44
« on: April 17, 2010, 04:25:39 PM »
All of us seek a state where there is no problematic world nor
"I", the problem-creator or experiencer.  Sleep is therefore most
desired.  We all try to go into this state in many other ways also.
The tamasik man takes to drugs and drinks to forget himself.  The
sattvik man loses himself in singing the glories of the Lord etc.,
Such induced states ae short lived and leave the person with more
problems than in the former state.  With true vision, a Brahma Jnani
ever remains in the Blissful state.  He does not seek any argumentation, discussions and disputations.  Silence is his
state.  Herein he has realized the peace of Sat Chit Ananda.


In Guru Vachaka Kovai and Padamalai, Muruganar does not deal
with specific reference to this Verse 3 of ULLadu Narpadu.  Hence
we miss his own verses on this.


The 4th verse of ULLadu Narpadu discusses the doubts regarding
formless and form with attributes aspects of the God or the Self.

Let us see Verse 4 next.

Arunachala Siva.