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    On Jan 15, 2021 Jagdish P Dave wrote:

    We all are weavers weaving the tapestry or fabricof our life. How much aware we are when we weave our own fabric? If we weave our fabric with weak threads, our selfish and self-centered, fearful and angry threads thatharm others, we also harm ourselves. We all are connected with each other. I rememberthe wise saying, " As is within so without." We are children of the past and architect of the present and future. How we live in the present shapes our future and the future of the upcoming generations. This is the way I relate to the notion of being woven into and from an ancient ever-renewing fabric.

    There are moments of awakening if I do not keep on sleeping. I remember Albert Einstein's wise saying, "No problem can be solved from the same consciousness that created it. We must learn to see the world anew." Such wise sayings have been very helpful to me for making a shift in my consciousness. What and how I do has an impact not only on the present but also on the future. This is an awakenedstate of consciousness for me, an inner call for me to listen to.

    Hope, will, action, and self-awareness guided by spiritual wisdom helps me walk
    on my path of wellness for me and for the generation to come. I am grateful to the ancient wise teachers and the teachers in my this life for enlighteningme.
    Life is a blessing.
    Namaste!
    Jagdish P Dave'


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