Essence: Sweet children, you Brahmins have taken the lap of God. You should have the intoxication that the Father has made you belong to Him through this body.
Question: What divine tasks has the Father performed for which He has been praised so much?
Answer: The tasks of changing impure ones into pure ones and liberating all human beings from the chains of Maya, Ravan. Only the Father performs these divine tasks. You receive from the unlimited Father the inheritance of unlimited happiness which lasts for half a cycle. In the golden age there is the golden jubilee and in the silver age there is the silver jubilee. One is satopradhan and the other is sato; both are called the land of happiness. The Father established such a land of happiness. This is why His praise is sung.
Song: This is the Temple of Justice, the home of God.
To the sweetest, beloved, long-lost and now-found children, love, remembrance and good morning from the Mother, the Father, BapDada. The spiritual Father says namaste to the spiritual children.
Essence for dharna:
- In order to enter the deity clan, be very cautious about your diet. Do not eat anything impure.
- Have unlimited disinterest in this dirty old world which is about to end and remember the Father, the Creator of heaven.
Blessing: May you experience and give others the experience of the constant canopy of protection by surrounding yourself with pure thoughts and with determination.
One pure, elevated and powerful thought of yours can perform a lot of wonders. The bondage of pure thoughts, being surrounded with pure thoughts becomes a canopy of protection, a means of safety and a fortress for weak souls. It is just that when you first begin to practise this, there is a battle because waste thoughts cut through your pure thoughts. However, if you have determination, then the Father Himself is your Companion and you constantly have the tilak of victory. Simply let this emerge and waste thoughts will automatically become merged.
Slogan: In order to give the experience of the angelic form, practise being detached from the body.