The SCIENCES OF CREATION AND LIFE called
veD states that:
- one should always fulfill one's duties, obligations and commitment
in life no matter what.
- In other words it is also called UPHOLDING ONE'S
- DHARm WILL DESTROY THE ONE WHO DOES NOT
- One may have apparent short term gain by cheating others but in the long
term one will have to pay back with a very high compound interest when one
does not uphold one's DHARm....
- And this payback with compound interest applies to all
kARm in one's life....Watch
out when you next time steal that pencil from your employer....
PVAF invites YOU to share your thoughts or real life stories or stories from
historical texts to argue for and if you really wish badly against the
UPHOLDING ONE'S DHARm.....Just
click POST A COMMENT in the header of this
news item and write away.....(preceding supplied by SRii chmpklaal Daajibhaai
miisTRii of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
And in the meanwhile please enjoy the following humorous anecdote on
bankruptcy and religion from BELIEFNET.COM
YOUR HOLY BOOK HAS THE
A man has been in business for many, many years and the business is going
down the drain. He doesn't know what to do and is seriously contemplating
suicide. He goes to his religion priest to seek his advice. He tells the
religion priest about all of his problems in the business and asks the priest of
his religious institution what he should do.
The priest says "Take a beach chair and your religious book and put them in
your car and drive down to the edge of the ocean. Go to the water's edge. Take
the beach chair out of the car, sit on it and take the religious book out and
open it up. The wind will rifle the pages for a while and eventually the
religious book will stay open at a particular page. Read the page on the open
religious book and it will tell you what to do."
The man does as he is told. He places a beach chair and his religious book in
his car and drives down to the beach. He sits on the chair at the water's edge
and opens his religious book. The wind rifles the pages of his religious book
and then stops at a particular page. He looks down at the page in his open
religion book and sees what he has to do.
Three months later the man and his family come back to see the priest. The man
is wearing a every expensive $1,000 suit. The wife is all decked out with a
full-length very expensive mink coat and very expensive jewellery and the child
is dressed in beautiful expensive clothes.
The man hands the priest a thick envelope full of money and tells him that he
wants to donate this money to the religious institution in order to thank the
priest for his wonderful advice.
The priest is delighted. He recognizes the man and asks him what advice in
the religious book brought this good fortune to him.
The man replies: "Chapter 11." (Chapter 11 is the law in USA which protects
one from creditors and ultimately allows one to declare bankruptcy without
paying out much to any creditors.)