Nothing but Time, Time but Now Think

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There was a time, we had nothing?

There was a now think, we had all the time,

Every think and everything (along with diligent efforts, courage, and wisdom) comes forth in its due course of time, God bless.

©2014 Vashi Chandi

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Shani Dev, Ved Shan, Righteousness Prevails

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The translational definition of the captioned title are as follows. Shani = Marvelous, Wonderful;  Dev = Graceful Shine; Ved = Sacred Knowledge; Shan = Moment. Shani is also respectfully addressed as one of the nine celestial beings, the judge and lord of the astrological planet Saturn.

Knowing the translation from the above and arranging it in a sequential pattern, there unfolds a potential meaningfulness that is encompassing greater significance. Let us start with Marvelous and Wonderful. When we behold the wonders of creation, it is in respectful contemplation that we reflect upon the grace, glory and greatness of God’s wisdom.

Then the following;- The Shine, Sacred Knowledge and the Moment. The shine makes us realize and reflect upon the divine light while the sacred knowledge leads us towards the realization of the light within enlightenment and the moment signifying the incredible importance of the now; the present moment in our lives. Every thought, action, initiative and effort provides us with the opportunity to live our dharma (duties) to fulfill our karma (deeds). As we sow, so shall we reap.

Whether we may realize it or not, the process of our lives are governed by a defined set of commandments, doctrines, principles and values. It is like an equation where the code, the formula inputted has to observe the disciplined regimen of honoring the preset rules and definitions objectively. Where this applies to our lives, if we seek to plant certain seeds, then the harvest that will blossom will be precisely likewise in characteristical order accordingly.

How, when, where and what unfolds is subject to the primordial forces of evolution upon which we have no control but yes, what we think, what we do, what we express, what we commit, what we stand for, what we pledge, what we perform, what we implement; call it whatever, what is done by us is done by us and once done cannot be undone for the mark remains and the doer’s credentials and the sequence of application duly recorded for further observance to judge the merit that one deserves to be rewarded with impartially.

Time and again, it all comes back to the law of karma; the law of accountability; the law of cause and effect; It all inspires us to live our divine grace, divine goodwill, divine purpose, divine principles, divine values, divine vision, divine will and divine wisdom across each and every moment of our lives devotionally for this moment comes once in a lifetime and this lifetime comes once in a moment; cherish the amazing and priceless value of each and every moment for it is truly all that we had, have and will ever have; think, do and perform with conscious awareness, due diligence, prudence, responsibility, sincerity, truthfulness and wisdom always in all ways consistently, God bless.

©2014 Vashi Chandi