Laying the Foundations
for Spiritual Life
JUST AS buildings need proper foundations whatever be their shape, design or colour, so too does our spiritual life. To avoid the cracking, crumbling decay of static piety we must develop the stocky piers of unveiling that pure consciousness within us.
To build that spiritual foundation requires a moral and ethical life. Like a good builder, this requires steady effort, thinking through the consequences of our actions, attention to details, avoiding sloppiness and mistakes.
According to Mahatma Gandhi: “True religion and morality are inseparably bound up with each other. Religion is to morality what water is to the seed that sown in the soil.”
With the enduring base of dharma—righteousness, humanity has towering potential.
Learn more this Sunday from the talks by Nandu Mehta and Pravrajika Gayatriprana
Vedanta Hall, 15 Liverpool Road, Croydon Ph: 0408 029 336