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    “Secret of power lies in unity and organization. Bringing out life-giving
    common principles, we have to build upon the common ground of
    “Later generations will take care of what they need to take care of. But
    in our lifetime, we need to make sure that this Dharma is protected; not
    only it is protected; it is handed over intact without any damage to the
    generations to come…. Faced with militant missionaries, Hinduism has
    to show that its plurality and all-encompassing acceptance are not signs
    of disparateness or disunity. For that, a collective voice is needed.”

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    There is a remarkable agreement as well as divergence between various ideals of life
    evolved by various peoples. Ethical systems of the world may be grouped in various
    ways. There are systems like the Greek ethics, for example, which look upon the
    material perfection as the goal of life. There are other systems like the ethics of early
    Christianity, which look upon life-beyond as the main purpose of our life here. Thus
    there is naturalistic ethics and there is supra-natural ethics; the former reveling in the
    affirmation of our worldly life, the latter glorying in its denial. Now here the Hindu is
    peculiar. The perfection of material life is a valuable Hindu ideal, an end in itself.
    But eternal life is not allowed to swallow up our sojourn here. Marriage, pursuit of
    wealth, acquisition of fame, success in war and peace, family prosperity: those are
    held up as highly desirable things, when they are enjoyed in a righteous spirit. No one
    can repose in peace as long as one has not made a personal contribution to the
    building up and furthering of the secular civilization. But while it is enjoined on all
    persons to fulfill to the best of their capacity their worldly ambitions summed up in
    vittaiṣaṇā (desire for wealth), lokaiṣaṇā (desire for recognition), and putraiṣaṇā
    (desire for progeny), it was clearly perceived that these were highly important ends,
    but mere means for gratification of selfish desires. If one wants to save oneself, one
    must rise to a high level and transcend altogether the attraction of these earthly


    Paraloka-Vidya or the science about the departed souls and their planes of living is a subject
    of absorbing interest. It is a Mysterious Science which contains many secrets or hidden wonders. It
    has intimate connection with Panchagni-Vidya or the science of transmigration propounded in the
    Chhandogya Upanishad. The doctrine of reincarnation or metempsychosis, transmigration of the
    soul and spiritualism come under the Paraloka-Vidya. Everybody is curious and anxious to know
    this science.
    Great scientists, the inventors of many marvellous things, mighty Emperors who have done
    stupendous works, inspired poets, wonderful artists, many Brahmins, Rishis, Yogins have come
    and gone. You are all extremely anxious to know what has become to them. Do they still exist?
    What is there at the other side of death? Have they become non-existent or have they dwindled into
    an airy nothing? Such questions do arise spontaneously in the hearts of all. The same question arises
    today as it arose thousands of years ago. No one can stop it, because it is inseparably connected with
    our nature.

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