Our True Identity as a Hindu
This is not just a "plug" for the book series hindusAwake! but merely a brief background discussion on discovering our true identitiy, our true self-worth. The series helps us get started doing exactly just that.
So, why should I read the series hindusAwake! at all? What is so compelling about it?
I encourage you to review the history for the struggle of the liberation of Hindustaan, and read my thoughts on The Champions of Hinduism and realize the tremendous courage of Hindus and their children. Appreciate that you are a lion cub roaming around with a herd of lambs, and that your purpose in life as a human is quite different. You are a Hindu born of champions such as Bhagat Singh, Subhash Chandra Bose, Sardar Patel, Mahatma Gandhi and the like. We can each make a difference for Hinduism and for all of creation!
By proceeding and reading through the series hindusAwake! you will have at least the very basic and fundamental spiritual knowledge that a Hindu MUST have, which will enable you to convince not just others (especially non-Hindus) but yourself as well that to be born a Hindu is not just a matter of pride but a matter of genuine blessing. It teaches you to respect all the religions and co-exist not just with each other but with all of creation in peace and harmony, which only Hindu philosophy can impart.
You will also come to know that your birth as a human being, especially as a Hindu, is not merely an accident, but is quite purposeful. You will come to realize that you have come for a reason, a very good one. You will come to appreciate your true identity in the most simplest and yet the most elegant of terms, and will glow truly with your real identity and your rich heritage.
Most importantly, you will appreciate with clarity what your true purpose in life as a human is. In short, you will come to be an awakened soul ... let the journey begin!
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