Viduras Advices
Man is born repeatedly. He dies repeatedly. He grows, develops, and retreats. He begs many times. He responds to others' begging. He weeps for others, and is the object of others' weeping. There are series of sequences of events which bring in happiness and unhappiness, profit and loss, birth and death. No one is an exception to this sequence. Therefore, the wise one neither swells nor depletes with the events.
Who was Vidura?
Vidura was the Chief Counsel in the Royal Court of the Blind King Dhritarashtra. He advices the King about every aspect of the management of life. Each of his messages are for the New Age Man also. They describe all what, why and how about the personal, familial, professional, social and national duties of a man. Viduras advices are taken from the great Indian epic Mahabharata.
Courtesy to:
K. Parvathi Kumar
The World Teacher Trust