container of any size can be filled; why even the vacuum supposed to be infinite
too can be, either by man or superman. But there is one thing that can never be
filled up, nor will the contents ever touch the brim even by mistake even.
Ironically, greater the inflow, higher the rate of its going bottomward. Its
hunger is unquenchable. It is DESIRE in its perverted and putrid stag.. Greed is
its first issue and if both combine, misery prevades every where; for the
inexhaustible too gets exhausted in no time. But in one segment it reaches
saturation point. It is here that the arthi uses 'Enough' for the first time.
Hungry man's desire or greed for food gets satiated much to his wonder. May be
perhaps, the indwelling Bhagavan knows limits,although
He is limitless. One can see God's smile flashing from 1bhoktas face, when his
stomach bids him say ENOUGH. Try to see God's dazzling sweet smile at least once? Give 'Food' to the
2kshudarthi and watch, then you will realise that there is
no gift greater them 3annadana.
1) One who eats and enjoys
2) One who is hungry.
3) gifting of food.