From: Arya Bhardwaj [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Monday, February 02, 2009 7:28 AM
> To: peter ruhe
> Subject: A personal story I want to share
> Last year, in September 08, our closest family member gave quite a
> large money to my wife to keep safe for future investment to buy a piece of
> land in a rural area. My wife put this money along with the family money.
> Usually we do not keep money under lock and key. When I return from abroad
> in the end of November, my wife found some money missing, she was surprised
> and told me about the missing of the money. We made an intense search. It
> was futile. Gone is gone.
> But the most interesting thing was that person who took the money, did not
> take the entire money. This thing really baffled us. I personally felt
> sympathy for the person who took the part money. person concerned might
> have taken only that much as he/she requierd. This extera-ordinary act of
> the person-concered, really made me think that he or she is not a thief.
> Must be some genuanlly needy person. I want to really thank the person that
> he did not take the entire purse otherwise it would have been immpossible
> for us to repay the money of the relative.
> We did try to ask a family friend if he/she has taken the money, he/she
> I finally decided to make an public appology for unknowingly herting our
> dear family friend. Our motto was not at all to blame him/her. Our aim was
> to thank him/her for honesty, for not taking the entire money.
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Arya Bhushan Bhardwaj's Blog
Posted on November 14, 2012 at 12:13pm
In the last Summer 2012, I was invited by the North Texas University, USA. It was June 28th that I was in NorthTexas. 0n the topic given by the Universiry was Satyagraha, in short. I have given the title of my talk, A NEW WAY OF UNDERSTANDING GANDHI AND VEDAS. I wrote the small booklet and sent it to the University. Now, the Booklet has been sent to me duely printed, by the on line Publishesher, LULU.COM , the people can read it and can give their comments if they wish. I am specially… Continue
Posted on April 4, 2012 at 9:30am
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Posted on March 31, 2012 at 7:31am
It is more than two years that I have been totally depending on my well wishers for my personal needs. I am so thrilled to tell my gandhitopia family that my friends have been very kind and I have faced no financial difficulty. This is an humble expriment in Trusteeship. It is the trust of my friends that is making me moved and helping me to share the Mission of my life, Gandhi and Ayurveda. I am on my way to Europe and the US with my Mission. Thanks to my friends Allover.
Posted on February 20, 2012 at 11:18am
Gene has asked another question. It relates to Gandhiji's basic assumption of Soul force. Gandhiji realised in his life Experienced that there is one universal force which if reflected in one and all. Gandhiji call it soul force. Any thing else is a temporary, ever changing, and it is imprfect phenomenon. That is what Ganhiji consider imperfect or untruth. Gandhiji never agree to this concept as untuth or unreal. Gandhiji also called it theory of Vedanta or in modern language he called it… Continue
Posted on February 5, 2012 at 3:00am
when I read first time the books by Luis Khune. I was little surprised to read his theory of Akriti Vigyan, diagnosing a patient by looking his figgure.Dr. Khune says that a patient can be be fully judged by looking in to head and neck. A person is sick if he/she keep his its head not in an easy position. But later on I could understand his theory of diagnosis. I myself tried his methods and found that Dr. Kuhne's methodology is right and simple. When I tried his Water Theory, the year 2003.… Continue