“Belief was immune to logic; it operated by its own laws.”

~ JAMES SIEGEL

 

 Nasruddin decided to go in search of some new meditation techniques.

He saddled his donkey, went to India, China and Mongolia, talked to the great masters, but found nothing.

He heard about a wise man who lived in Nepal: so he journeyed there, but as he was climbing the mountain to meet him, his donkey died of exhaustion.

Nasruddin buried him there and then, and wept sadly. Someone passed by and commented:

"You came in search of a saint, this must be his tomb and you are lamenting his death."

"No, this is the place where I buried my donkey, who died of exhaustion."

"I don’t believe it," said the new arrival. "No one weeps over a dead donkey. This must be a place where miracles occur, and you want to keep them for yourself."

Although Nasruddin explained again and again, it was no use. The man went to the next village and spread the story of a great master who cured people at his tomb, and soon the pilgrims began to arrive.

Gradually, news of the discovery of the Wise Man of Silent Mourning spread throughout Nepal - and crowds rushed to the place. A wealthy man came, thought his prayers had been answered, and built an imposing monument where Nasruddin had buried his 'master.'.

In view of everything, Nasruddin decided to leave things as they were. But he learned once and for all, that when someone wants to believe a lie, no one can convince him otherwise.

~Paulo Coelho

 

 Belief Word : Word on keyboard made in 3D

“Man is a credulous animal, and must believe something; in the absence of good ground for belief, he will be satisfied with bad ones.”~ BERTRAND RUSSELL

 

P.S: When one chooses to believe something………there is no way anyone else can change it…

What we choose to believe or not shapes our lives….creates our reality…..So if we do not like our reality,we need to change our beliefs / thoughts / points of view about it.

Thank you for visiting the TREASURE TROVE today.

Namaste,

Bhagya

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