Freedom: The Goal Of Life

Freedom pays, it brings soberness, spiritualism and happiness to life. “The amount of happiness that you have depends on the amount of freedom you have in your heart.”

“To be happy is to be free; to be free is to surrender from all that prevents you from fully enjoying and experiencing your true potential and joy.” The truth will set you free from anger, hatred and bitterness and it make you uncontroversial, unconventional and unconcerned. “All the things which don’t nourish your soul…Let it Go.” Do only what you love to do, go where your heart leads you.

Because in this whole world if you have most faithful thing so that is only your heart. Never bind yourself in any limitation, boundaries of religion, cast, rituals, and society. There is only one life to live it in your own way, by your own wishes and desires. Find freedom to be yourself, and express yourself.

According to Sanatana Dharma, the supreme goal of life is freedom (moksha). In ancient times, in order to achieve this goal, society was divided into four Ashramas, i.e. Brahmacharya, Garhasthya, Vanaprastha and Sannyasa. This ideal of freedom taught to students from the very first Ashrama and they used to practice japa, Dhyana, yoga in order to purify their minds to achieve that goal. Students were taught in Gurukula Ashramas both spiritual and secular knowledge. After fulfilling their responsibilities as households, people used to retire into the forest to prepare themselves for the ultimate goal, completely renouncing worldly attachment. But today, people are not even aware that they caught in such bondage. Only through Self-knowledge one attains to freedom, which is the purpose of human life. The religion which helps us to achieve that freedom is true religion. Here are the words of “swami Vivekananda” on true religion:
“Each soul is potentially divine; the goal is to manifest this Divinity within by controlling nature, external and internal. Do this either by work, or worship, or psychic control, or philosophy- by one, or more, or all of these- and be free. This is the whole of religion. Doctrines or dogmas, or rituals, or books or temples, or forms are but secondary details.”

 

 

 

 

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