“Remembering Shri Rama, being His devotee and recognizing Him as the supreme authority – the person who does not have greed for such a reward will be in want every single day, says Tulsi.” (Dohavali, 97)
sumirana sevā rāma soṃ sāhaba soṃ pahicāni |
aisehu lābha na lalaka jo tulasī nita hita hāni ||
It’s understandable to be greedy. Though we don’t like to see that quality in others, it must be admitted that it arises at the personal level from time to time. There are trigger words. “Limited edition.” “For a limited time only.” “Once in a lifetime opportunity.” Originating from the seller, the words might cause “a run” on a product, where suddenly so many people want to buy it.
Another cause of greed is envy. I see that someone bought a new house. It is very nice. Now I want…
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