Tuesday, February 22, 2011

My thought for the day as envisaged and flashed by me on the f.b. on Feb.22,,2011.

Bishwa Nath Singh

The moment one surrenders himself/herself totally to the lotus feet of the Almighty God, he/she can lead a blissful life with no depression or miseries of any sort during his/her life span.


(Photo of Jesus Christ)


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Bishwa Nath Singh :
It's another thought of mine for the day that I wish to share with everybody.The above picture is that of Jesus Christ who has been called many things by many people, including a great man, a great teacher, and a great prophet. There is no ...legitimate scholar today that denies that Jesus is a historic figure that walked on this earth over two thousand years ago, that he did remarkable wonders and acts of charity, and that he died a horrible death on a Roman cross just outside Jerusalem.He is our Almighty father who is in heaven.Let us pay our humble obeisance to his lotus feet and seek his bliss for well-being of all living-being of this universe!


Anil Kumar Give all your Burden to the Lord ! He will carry them !!

Roselena Dls Abbadie :
nock nock open your heart, ,,,,,,,,,i strong agree with You, Bishwa Nath Singh and believe.

Anirudha Mohanta :
I don't agree as pain and pleasure go with life together notwithstanding your surrender to Almighty or not

Roselena Dls Abbadie :
pain can be in body and espirit the body sorow and hurt bleed fells. the spirit

Bishwa Nath Singh ‎@Anirudha Ji! I would admire if you subject yourself to experiment what I had .
mentioned very purposely and see its outcome yourself. It’s proven fact that none can deny..

Manjula Rishi :
Prabhuji aan baso mere dil main................ beautiful bhajan by Ravi Shanker and George Harrison -collaborations. Lord said -I sacrifised my son Jesus for you...

Ajay Tiwari :
Very true and sound thoughts , totally agreeable.



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