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Upanishads
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Hinduism Doctrine And Way Of Living

MUNDAKOPANISHAD

One eats the fruits of the tree, the other looks on, happy. One is attached to works, the other is free. When a man sees the Universal Ruler in himself, then the distinction between Good and Evil drops out. He is freed from passions and reaches the goal, i.e., becomes one with the Universal.

III-(l)-l, 3

How can one be enabled to have a vision of the Supreme Being within oneself? Mere learning does not reveal Him. One has to realize that the Lord is the life that lives and the light that shines in everything. When he realizes this, he loses his dependence on externals and finds bliss in him self.

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