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ABOUT WOMEN - ( BORDER OF VILLAGE ) - kankar



02.02.2012 10:51 PST
ABOUT WOMEN
Swami Vivekananda on Women
"The soul has neither sex, nor caste nor imperfection."
"The best thermometer to the progress of a nation is its treatment of its women."
" There is no chance for the welfare of the world unless thecondition of women is improved."
"Woman has suffered for aeons, and that has given herinfinite patience and infinite preserverance."
"The idea of perfect womanhood is perfect independence."
"Soul has no sex, it is neither male nor female. It is only in the body that sex exists, and the man who desires to reach the spirit cannot at the same time hold sex distinctions. (CW,V.4, P.176)
It is very difficult to understand why in this country[India] so much difference is made between men and women,whereas the Vedanta declaresthat one and the same conscious Self is present in all beings. You always criticize the women, but say what haveyou done for their uplift? Writing down Smritis etc., and binding them by hard rules, the men have turned the women into manufacturing machines! If you do not raise the women, who are living embodiment of the Divine Mother, don’t think that you have any other way to rise.
In what scriptures do you find statements that women are notcompetent for knowledge and devotion? In the period of degeneration, when the priests made the other castes incompetent for the study of the Vedas, they deprived the women also of all their righ ts. Otherwise you will find that in the Vedic or Upanishadic age Maitreyi, Gargi, and other ladies of revered memory have taken places of Rishis through their skill in discussing about Brahman. In an assembly of a thousand Brahmans who were all eruditein the Vedas, Gargi boldly challenged Yagnavalkya in a discussion about Brahman. Since such ideal women were entitled to spiritual knowledge,why shall not the women have same privilege now? What hashappened once can certainly happen again. History repeats itself. All nations have attainedgreatness by paying proper respect to women. That country and that nation which edo not respect women have never become great, nor will ever be in future. The principal reason why your raceh! ! ! ! as so much degeneratedis that you have no respect for these living images of Shakti. Manu says, "Where women are respected, there the gods delight; and where they are not, there all works and efforts come to naught." There is no hope of rise for that fam ily or country where there is no estimation of women, where they live in sadness. (V7. p.214-15)
when people are discussing asto what man and woman can do, always the same mistake ismade. They think they show man at his best because he can fight, for instance, and undergo tremendous physical exertion; and this is pitted against the physical weak ness and non-combating quality of woman. This is unjust. Woman is as courageous as man. Each is equally good in his of her way.What man can bring up a child with such patience, endurance,and love as the woman can? The one has developed the power of doin g; the other, thepower of suffering. If woman cannot act, neither can man suffer. The whole universe is one of perfect balance. (CW V.2,p.25-26)
If you do not allow one to become a.lion, he will become a fox. Women are a power, only now it is more evil because man oppresses woman; she is the fox, but when she is no longeroppressed, she will be the lion(CW vol.7,p.22)
[Talking to an American audience] I should very much like our women to have your intellectuality, but not if it mustbe at the cost of purity. I admire you for all that you know, but I dislike the way thatyou cover what is bad with roses and call it good. Intellectuality is not the highestgood. Morality and spirituality are the things for which we strive. Our women are not so learned, but they are more pure.
Not until you learn to ignore the question of sex and to meet on a common ground of common humanity will your woman really develop. All this is the cause of divorce. Your men bow low and offer a chair,but in another breath they offer compliments. They sa y, ’Oh, madam, how beautiful are your eyes!’ What right have they to do this? How dare a man venture so far, and how can you women permit it? Such things develop the less noble side of humanity. They do not tend to nobler ideals.
We should not think that we are men and women, but only that we are human beings, born to cherish and to help one another. No sooner are a young man and a young womanleft alone than he pays compliments to her, and perhaps before he takes a wife, he has courted two hundred women. Bah! If I belonged to marrying set, I could find a woman to love without all that! (CW Vol. 5, p. 412-413)
1 Comments:
Insan tab tak bekusur hai,jab tak us se mouka na miley,aurat v aise hi ajadi,aise hi aish ya aisa hi prem chhati hai jaise ek mard.to is si thara mouka mile to charitrahin nhi to sati savitri.jyadatar mamlo me aisa hi hota hai.lakin phr v un se koi galti ho jai to pathar se marna shuru nhi karna chhaiye sab ki thara un he v dard hota hai. http://kingcalling.peperonity.com/
03.02.2012 04:52 PST, rajni


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