One day Akbar and Birbal discuss about a little problem.
Everyone on this earth knows that this world will end one day or the other, but the hope of man does not end.
They know that happiness must be followed by sorrow, yet why do people envy others.
Is there any solution for this????
Every problem is solved at a specific time. Every action we do and the result of that action comes back at a certain point in the form of wrong or right action.
I care for every people of my state. Why do people still point the finger at me or accused me ?
Hey Lord… not everyone is satisfied with your hand-me-down money and he will never be happy. People don’t want to be inspired by your words, they want to sit in your chair. Then how will they understand your benefits.
If Akbar got the answer….
Finally, Akbar asked again. Birbal, you are a treasure of knowledge, you have a solution to every problem.
So say such a precious word!! If I use that word at any moment, then my mind will be at peace and I will not have lust for this life and I will not have pride for this world.
Birbal said in reply.
O lord, these are precious words…
“” “” This time too shall pass “” “”
Akbar asked what kind of word is this???
Birbal said, Maharaj….
This word can be applied to both happy and sad moments.
Use this word when you are sad
That “this time also shall pass away.”
And you will feel happy that those sad times will pass and so it does
Just like happy times
Use that word as
“This Time Also Shall Pass”
After applying this word, there is bound to be sorrow. Because no one wants to miss their happy hour. But let’s face it, this happy time of yours will pass very soon.
No moment lasts long
Happiness must be followed by sorrow and sorrow must be followed by happiness.
So friends, our daily life is also running on this basis.
Everything will change with time.
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Source: From Birbal Gatha..
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