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nobody

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China creating trouble
« on: May 02, 2013, 09:02:02 PM »
What should be one's attitude at a time like this when China is trying to occupy India's land? Should devotees of Sri Bhagavan ignore it completely?

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Re: China creating trouble
« Reply #1 on: May 03, 2013, 09:04:10 AM »
What should be one's attitude at a time like this when China is trying to occupy India's land? Should devotees of Sri Bhagavan ignore it completely?

Yes,  in this school all these type of political things should be ignored.

All people are God's children,  there may be a chinese Ramana devotee here.  There is no need to go into boundary politics.

But otherwsie,  natural calamities or war victims or concentration camp cruelities etc.  should not be ignored.  If possible,  Sri Ramana devotees should do some service to them or if not possible atleast place a silent prayer.

But never for these type of Boundary politics. 

We are concerned only about genuine civilian victims irrespective of caste, creed and religion.

Vinod

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Re: China creating trouble
« Reply #2 on: May 04, 2013, 07:55:43 PM »
India is in very hostile situation now with the recent vote against Sri Lanka in the Geneva (UN-Reg Tamils) we have lost friendship with the one and only frendly neighbour. India now has worst relations with Pak, Sri Lanka & China this makes us more vulnerable for any incursions, which China is taking undue advantage. We can only pray to Arunachala that India should maintain its supreme soveriegnity just like Arunachala.

When China has done the same thing with Japan while occupying disputed waters Japan has given a strong reply of millitary action but I am afraid India cannot do that due to the recent scams even in the Defence govt which is worst. No wonder why the congress is so soft towards the mighty China.

Om Arunaachaleshwaraaya Namaha!

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