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The Freedom of Being Human The Freedom of Being Human by Rabb Jyot
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“You feel the fragrance of goodness not only in the mere physical presence of a person, but also in the words he uses and the acts he performs. It all leaves you more perfumed.”
Rabb Jyot, The Freedom of Being Human
“The dignity is not in being born as a human, but in relishing the potential of what one can become as a human and this is where each one of us individually express the freedom of being human”
Rabb Jyot, The Freedom of Being Human
“As I began painting myself, I
started making connection with
all that was painted around me.

With further immersion into it,
my connection deepened and
I was simply transformed from the
painter to the canvas itself
all observing, all absorbing”
Rabb Jyot, The Freedom of Being Human
“The greatest work of art is not painted on a piece of paper or expressed through the words in a book or in the creation of a symphony, but in the refining of the self. The most creative and unparalleled man is that who reaches to the ONE common source behind all the creativity manifested in the Universe through the path of self evolution.”
Rabb Jyot, The Freedom of Being Human
“Incredible are those whom I seek,
Coming and going touches them not,
makes them not weak,

Rare it appears, as they simply float,
where others seem desperate to fly,
Unintelligible is their contentment,
they exist far away from any cry,

How much I wish to be a part of that
ecstasy and imbibe their treasure,
To others happiness is a necessity,
for them even pain brings pleasure.

O men of faith don’t ask me their religion,
for I know it not,
Love is their only expression,
Love is what they always taught.”
Rabb Jyot, The Freedom of Being Human
“All your search, all your question lead you towards the final realization that you yourself are the answer and the finding. You are the meaning behind the words, you are the reality pointed out by them.”
Rabb Jyot, The Freedom of Being Human
“Any such work that you take up,
which in the very process of execution,
leads to the transcending of self
is the most sublime of all.
Self disappears, humility reappears.”
Rabb Jyot, The Freedom of Being Human
“I am the problem myself,
I am the solution as well.

I am the defeated myself,
I am the conqueror as well.

I am the atheist myself,
I am the believer as well.

I am the life myself,
I am the death as well.

I am the God myself,
I am the devil as well.”
Rabb Jyot, The Freedom of Being Human
“Destiny contains seeds of both Design and Direction. It is a dynamic process of what one becomes rather than what one is initially. To make it more clear and distinct from Fate, I may add that what you are is your Fate, but what you become is your Destiny.”
Rabb Jyot, The Freedom of Being Human
“All in all there has always been only one teaching expressed through various traditions, cultures, religious set ups, doctrines at various times and at different geographical locations. Throughout ages it has been the same; the elixir, the alchemy, even for the believers and non-believers, it remains the same. It is called Love”
Rabb Jyot, The Freedom of Being Human
“Prayer needs to be understood and enacted. Words are for contemplation. Their message should be lived, as implementation is the key. All else is begging from Divine. Selfless work is the best worship, unconditional love the most beautiful prayer. This is what Tejas did and this is how he realized divinity within.”
Rabb Jyot, The Freedom of Being Human