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The Khalifa


Dear Children,

Prophet Mohammed said: “ I have left you two things and you will not go astray as long as you hold these fast. The one is the Book of God and the other is my own way”.

So one is the Quran and the other is the Hadith (A record of the words and deeds of the Prophet, his family, and his companions)

You all know that the Quran is the word of God, but according to me so is the Bhagvad Geeta and the Bible. Just like your parents are most dear to you so, so the Spritual books are most dear to those who belong to that religion.

The best part is that there is no reason to fight as to which books are the best as the message of all is the same. The language and way of explaining may be different but the essence is the same!

All Masters tell you to think of God and pray.

Do you know that Prophet Mohammed said sins are washed away as dried twigs and leaves as one prays.

Once a Khalifa (leader) whose name was Hazrat Omar was taking a stroll.

He noticed that someone was doing something which was against the teaching of the Quran. The Khalifa rushed into the house and admonished the man.

The one who was scolded after asking for forgiveness puled up the Khalifa by saying that the latter too had erred because he had entered someone’s house without permission.

The wonderful thing about this story is that the Khalifa also accepted his mistake even though he was a much respected leader!

So you may be the captain of your team or you may grow up to be a politician or a policeman. If you have done something wrong you should graciously accept your mistake and mend your ways. And God will forgive you, because if you truly repent God is All Merciful!

With love,

Dadi Ma Nani Ma

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