|A WOMAN AFTER MARRIAGE IS SUPPOSE TO BE THE AMBASSADOR FOR THE HUSBAND IN THIS WORLD AND IN ALL SEVEN WORLDS...AS PER THE REQUEST OF THE SEVENTH STEP |
Posted by Vishva News Reporter on April 25, 2003
In vedik lifestyle, during
marriage ceremony the bride and groom performs the
spt-pD viDHi of circumambulating seven times
aGNi-Daev....during each of the seven feraa
(circumambulation) the bride and the bridegroom makes a promise to each other
for building together their own prosperity as a married couple by
performing their sv-DHARm in
vivaaH (individual duties and
obligations of married life)....in the seventh and final
feraa the bridegroom says the following to
"I request you to step into the final seventh
circle thus becoming my friend forever.
As my friend, I request you to represent me in this world
and also in all the seven worlds. You will represent me with your
pativRtyM (vow to be faithful to husband
or fidelity), DHARm (following universal
laws of existence and co-existence), nmRtaa
(humility), an-aHNkaar (non-egoistical),
pviTRtaa (moral and chaste).
You will represent me with your pativRtyM
(vow to be faithful to husband or fidelity), DHARm
(following universal laws of existence and co-existence),
an-aHNkaar (non-egoistical), pviTRtaa
(moral and chaste) and thus be famous among all for this"
(The above is contributed by SRii chmpklaal
daajibhaai misTRii of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
And wives do keep up this promise not only in
veDik lifestyle as can be confirmed from
kathaa (historical stories) in veD,
itiHaas.....but surprisingly so do all the wives in all other
lifestyle on this planet earth....WANT UNIVERSAL PROOF...please click on
the next line how diplomatic wives can be in Christian lifestyle.....
Three Eggs and $100 =
An elderly pastor was searching his closet for his collar before church one
Sunday morning. In the back of the closet, he found a small box containing three
eggs and 100 $1 bills.
He called his wife into the closet to ask her about the box and its contents.
Embarrassed, she admitted having hidden the box there for their entire 30 years
of marriage. Disappointed and hurt, the pastor asked her, "Why?"
The wife replied that she hadn't wanted to hurt his feelings. He asked her how
the box could have hurt his feelings. She said that every time during their
marriage that he had delivered a poor sermon, she had placed an egg in the box.
The pastor felt that three poor sermons in 30 years was certainly nothing to
feel bad about, so he asked her what the $100 was for.
She replied, "Each time I got a dozen eggs, I sold them to the neighbors for
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