Life has a different meaning for different people. Some people are somehow feel nothing to do and enjoy life being wherever they are, some people struggle and set goals to achieve every day and some lead this life pondering over the purpose of their life and yet don’t find it but once you are on the path of spirituality after knowing the purpose of life, walking persistently on the path is required.
Every month, DJJS organizes the spiritual event aims to gather all the disciples under one roof in order to share the divine experiences, to learn new things and to correct the mistakes. Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS) organized an event of Monthly Spiritual Congregation on 7th October 2018 in Divya Dham Ashram, New Delhi. Many devotees from Delhi-NCR made their remarkable presence in the event.
Once His Holiness Ashutosh Maharaj Ji profoundly stated, Life is a battle and you are a warrior, fight it with passion and don’t stop thinking about the pain of wounds or the fear of the failure as I am with you, every moment, and every second. These words of Gurudev acts like a catalyst all the time reminding us our goal and provide shield against any hardships. Truly blessed are those people who have learned the way to live from such a great divine master and practice the teachings and learning in order to change them for the better world.
The event commenced with chanting of spiritual shlokas and prayers which purified the environment and its positive vibes let the audience immerse themselves in the melody of the series of devotional songs. It divinely touched their hearts and opened their minds. The lyrics of devotional songs successfully transformed the parched hearts of audience into tears of devotion which made them steadfast on this path.
Preachers, who are the spiritual orators of DJJS, shared their invaluable divine experiences and guided the audience towards the basic teachings of our master and the very prime purpose of life. They spoke about the quote: “The Dawn doesn’t come twice to awaken a man!” Hence, it’s our responsibility to understand the worth of the time and the privilege of having this golden chance to work on ourselves and become a true example of disciple in today’s society.
A divine feast (Prasadam) marked the end of the Spiritual event. Audience shared their heartfelt gratitude towards DJJS and volunteers who contributed in the event.