Nama Article 23rd September 2012
Excerpts from a discourse by our Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji
Our ‘bhajanam’ should not be performed with some desire (‘kămyărtam’). Nămdev was always saying ‘Pănduranga! Pănduranga!’ He had no other thought. He could not talk about anything else.
We write an examination and fail in it. We feel ashamed of the failure. We try our hand in some business and fail in it. We feel very ashamed. In the same way when we try our hand in reaching God and fail in it we should feel ashamed about it. We should either do bhakti deeply and attain God or be in the world enjoying worldly things. What is the use of remaining in-between (‘rendungkettan’) the two? — Neither here nor there?
Please check these: Excerpts from a discourse by our Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji