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As written at PRASANTHI NILAYAM Today

25th November 2020 

Once when Duryodhana said that he was not afraid of God and man, Krishna told him that he was indeed, pitiable! The pasu (animal) fears; the mriga (beast) terrifies. Man should be neither. He should neither terrify nor get terrorised. He must be neither a coward nor a bully. If he is a coward he is an animal; if he is a bully he is a danava, an ogre. Every one of you is a temple, with the Lord installed in your heart, whether you are aware of it or not. The Lord is described in the Purusha Sukta as thousand headed; it does not mean that He has just thousand heads, no more, no less. It means that the thousands of heads before Me now have just one heart, which gives life and energy to all, and that heart is the Lord. No one is separate from his neighbour; all are bound by the one life-blood that flows through the countless bodies. - Divine Discourse, Feb 18, 1966