My ‘Pilgrimage’ and visit.
February 13, 2013 2:32am CST
In my discussions http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/2747750.aspx?p=0 http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/2747751.aspx?p=0 I have shared the stamped story at Allahabad where my cousin and his wife died. Believers will say, they will go to heaven; but I don’t agree; as an astrologer I will only say they were destined to die there. Next Sunday I will visit some places of historical interest and pilgrimage with my wife and son’s family. For us it will be just sightseeing or religious tour one can say; pilgrimages have its own value. The accumulated faith of so many persons there creates a milieu which is unique in its ability to transport the mind to a different spiritual plane; at least for the duration of pilgrimage. The mass faith affects the atmosphere in a special way and makes it more conductive to bliss; this feeling makes the pilgrimage worthwhile. Do you visit places of historical importance and pilgrimage? After visit how you feel? [b]If there will be too much rush we won’t enter the spot, just bow-down our head to show our respect to the gods and goddesses in the place of pilgrimage. Am I right?[/b] Please respond and share your valued opinion and comments. Thanks in advance. Professor Dr. B.Saraf. PhD. ‘HAPPY VALENTINE DAY IN ADVANCE’ Cheers have a lucky day ahead.
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15 Feb 13
I think that you are definitely right in deciding that you will not enter the holy places if you are to see that they are just too crowded. That is the same kind of decision that I would think a lot of people would make if they were faced with the same situation. With that said, I'm sure that the Gods will understand if you don't feel that it is safe for you to enter the temples.
13 Feb 13
well when I go to historical places I really feel fresh and think that see there is no sighn of thosed who were living here and now we stand here, it gives me lesson that we should be a good humanbin and history never die, it repeats, I just think maybe after a next moment if i am or i am not like all of those who have gone.