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Friday, March 24, 2017

Musings 29

Being humble is not exactly following dharma. 
A judge or policeman or even a king or a parent cannot be humble always. 
Humility has very little to do with following dharma. 
We cannot afford to be humble when righteousness is trampled upon.

And no law or dharma ever demands such subservience nor following the unjust majority

We have to follow our dharma whether others follow it or not. 
A rose plant will give rose flowers alone even if it is planted in a desert
And the plant will bloom till it dies of heat and lack of water But it will not produce watermelon 
If each individual tries to dilute his moral standards because others are not upto the mark then there will be no dharma left and ultimately all will perish

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