Devi's Presence in Kindness, Contentment, and Nurturing

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Why Indra has 1,000 eyes?

Indra seduced Gautama Maharshi’s wife Ahalya. Maharshi cursed him to have 1000 vaginas all over his body. Later, Durga Devi gave him some relief from the curse by turning them into eyes.

What are the five kinds of moksha?

1. Sameepya - being constantly near Bhagawan. 2. Salokya - always being in Bhagawan's Loka. 3. Saroopya - having the same appearance as Bhagawan. 4. Sarshti - having the powers of Bhagawan. 5. Sayujya - merging with Bhagawan

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Ashwamedhika Parva is part of which book?

The 29th shloka of the 5th chapter of Durga Saptashati: Wherever you see kindness, mercy, sympathy, the presence of Devi is there. Kindness is not just an emotion; it is also a willingness to act to help someone in pain, to help someone in trouble. When a stranger comes to assist an elderly person struggling to cross the street, it is Devi who is making them do that. After someone has lost a loved one, it is Devi who makes a friend come and be with them, offering solace and comfort. Volunteers who aid those affected by natural disasters, it is Devi who is making them do that. If someone....

The 29th shloka of the 5th chapter of Durga Saptashati:
Wherever you see kindness, mercy, sympathy, the presence of Devi is there. Kindness is not just an emotion; it is also a willingness to act to help someone in pain, to help someone in trouble. When a stranger comes to assist an elderly person struggling to cross the street, it is Devi who is making them do that. After someone has lost a loved one, it is Devi who makes a friend come and be with them, offering solace and comfort. Volunteers who aid those affected by natural disasters, it is Devi who is making them do that. If someone is offering meals to the homeless, it is Devi who is making them do that. Even if someone is listening to your problems with sympathy, she is behind that. Your friends coming to help you, even strangers coming to help you—it is all because of her. The emotions of sympathy, empathy, kindness—that's her. Understand that acts of kindness and compassion towards others are not just emotions but manifestations of the presence of Devi. Actively seek opportunities to help those in need and offer solace and comfort to those who are suffering.

The 30th shloka:
Tushti is contentment, satisfaction with whatever you have and whatever you get. Wherever you see this, understand that it's Devi, it's her presence. Tushti is a state of inner peace and satisfaction with your current circumstances, possessions, and experiences. This is rare to find. We want more money, more properties, bigger positions, a costlier mobile phone, always. You will find a contented person spending time with loved ones, enjoying a homely meal, or being in nature, without constantly desiring more wealth, possessions, or status. Imagine a family sitting together for a meal, sharing laughter and stories. In this moment of shared contentment and joy, the presence of Devi is there. It is Devi who is giving that joy and contentment. Embrace a state of inner peace and satisfaction with your current circumstances, possessions, and experiences. Recognize that true contentment comes from within and is not dependent on external factors such as wealth or status. When you have this kind of contentment, you have brought Devi's presence within you.

The 31st shloka:
Devi is the mother of everything; her role is that of a mother for everything and everyone. She is the progenitor of everything. A mother brings new life into the world, not just living beings. If a project is coming into existence, she is the one who conceives the idea, nurtures it in her womb, and delivers it. A mother is the primary caregiver, responsible for nurturing and growth. So wherever you see something growing—a business growing, a movement growing, a talent growing—Devi is the one who is nurturing it. A mother is a role model, a teacher. Wherever we see people whom we look up to, she is present in them. Wherever we see skills being taught, social norms being taught, moral values being taught, she is there. She is making it happen. A mother plays a crucial role in ensuring the safety, security, and welfare of her children. She protects her child from harm, both physical and emotional, and strives to create a nurturing and supportive environment. A mother provides a sense of stability and belonging, fostering emotional well-being and resilience in children as they navigate life's challenges. That's why we call Devi mother. Strive to embody the divine qualities of a nurturing caregiver, teacher, and protector in your interactions with others. Develop a sense of stability, belonging, and emotional well-being in those around you, just as a mother would for her children.

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