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Inspirational Conversation between God & Me

Discussion in 'Videos' started by stallonjit, Mar 24, 2011.

  1. stallonjit

    stallonjit
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    Conversation between GOD and ME
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    > God : Hello. Did you call me ?
    >
    > Me: Called you? No.. Who is this ?
    >
    > God : This is GOD. I heard your prayer. So I thought I
    > will chat.
    >
    > Me: I do pray. Just makes me feel good. I am actually
    > busy now. I am in the midst of something.
    >
    > God : What are you busy at? Ants are busy too.
    >
    > Me: Don't know. But I can't find free time. Life has
    > become hectic. It's rush hour all the time.
    >
    > God : Sure. Activity gets you busy. But productivity
    > gets you results. Activity consumes time. Productivity
    > frees it.
    >
    > Me: I understand. But I still can't figure out. By the
    > way, I was not expecting YOU to buzz me on instant
    > messaging chat.
    >
    > God : Well I wanted to resolve your fight for time,
    > by giving you some clarity. In this net era, I wanted
    > to reach you through the medium you are comfortable
    > with.
    >
    > Me: Tell me, why has life become complicated now?
    >
    > God : Stop analyzing life. Just live it. Analysis is
    > what makes it complicated .
    >
    > Me: Why are we then constantly unhappy?
    >
    > God : Your today is the tomorrow that you worried
    > about yesterday. You are worrying because you are
    > analyzing. Worrying has become your habit. That's why
    > you are not happy.
    >
    > Me: But how can we not worry when there is so much
    > uncertainty?
    >
    > God : Uncertainty is inevitable, but worrying is
    > optional.
    >
    > Me: But then, there is so much pain due to
    > uncertainty. .
    >
    > God : Pain is inevitable, but suffering is
    > optional.
    >
    > Me: If suffering is optional, why do good people
    > always suffer?
    >
    > God : Diamond cannot be polished without friction.
    > Gold cannot be purified without fire. Good people go
    > through trials, but don't suffer. With that experience
    > their life become better not bitter.
    >
    > Me: You mean to say such experience is useful?
    >
    > God : Yes. In every terms, Experience is a hard
    > teacher . She gives the test first and the lessons
    > afterwards.
    >
    > Me: But still, why should we go through such tests?
    > Why can't we be free from problems?
    >
    > God : Problems are Purposeful Roadblocks Offering
    > Beneficial Lessons (to) Enhance Mental Strength. Inner
    > strength comes from struggle and endurance, not when
    > you are free from problems.
    >
    > Me: Frankly in the midst of so many problems, we don't
    > know where we are heading..
    >
    > God : If you look outside you will not know where you
    > are heading. Look inside. Looking outside, you dream.
    > Looking inside, you awaken. Eyes provide sight. Heart
    > provides insight..
    >
    > Me: Sometimes not succeeding fast seems to hurt more
    > than moving in the right direction. What should I do?
    >
    > God : Success is a measure as decided by others.
    > Satisfaction is a measure as decided by you. Knowing
    > the road ahead is more satisfying than knowing you
    > rode ahead. You work with the compass. Let others work
    > with the clock.
    >
    > Me: In tough times, how do you stay motivated?
    >
    > God : Always look at how far you have come rather than
    > how far you have to go. Always count your blessing,
    > not what you are missing .
    >
    > Me: What surprises you about people?
    >
    > God : When they suffer they ask, "why me?" When they
    > prosper, they never ask "Why me" Everyone wishes to
    > have truth on their side, but few want to be on the
    > side of the truth.
    >
    > Me: Sometimes I ask, who am I, why am I here. I cant
    > get the answer.
    >
    > God : Seek not to find who you are, but to determine
    > who you want to be. Stop looking for a purpose as to
    > why you are here. Create it. Life is not a process of
    > discovery but a process of creation.
    >
    > Me: How can I get the best out of life?
    >
    > God : Face your past without regret. Handle your
    > present with confidence. Prepare for the future
    > without fear .
    >
    > Me: One last question. Sometimes I feel my prayers are
    > not answered.
    >
    > God : There are no unanswered prayers. At times the
    > answer is NO.
    >
    > Me: Thank you for this wonderful chat.
    >
    > God : Well, keep the faith and drop the fear . Don't
    > believe your doubts and doubt your beliefs. Life is a
    > mystery to solve not a problem to resolve. Trust me.
    > Life is wonderful if you know how to live. "Life is
    > not measured by the number of breaths we take but by
    > the moments that took our breath away!
    >
     
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  3. insearchofpeace

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    I really loved reading it, Thanks for sharing.
     
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  4. Ambarsaria

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    Me too I like it. You may wan to thank the Poster by clicking on the "Thanks" button at bottom right. It gives people encouragement. If you see Prakash.S.Bagga ji :) in your discoveries at SPN, remind him about the "Thanks" button too. peacesign

    Have a wonderful day.

    Sat Sri Akal.
     
  5. Enlighten Me

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    I must say, that was beautiful, very inspiring.

    Thanks.
     

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