Spiritual practice, Man keeps searching for many types of means (jugaad) to live. In order to succeed in his goal, he wants to achieve his special objective by not only resorting to truth and untruth, but also how many instruments – conspiracies, policies and strategies. The entire world of human imagination and reality is deceitful. The one he considers to be true is extremely untrue, painful and weak. A miraculous Shivalinga or a rare gem is not visible to the normal eye due to lack of special vision due to being covered with any unusable objects. He sees only unusable material and garbage, but only a divine gem or miraculous Shivalinga is seen in those substances, a connoisseur and a true identity of truth. In that entire labor, he gets immense bliss, while the eyes that cannot see the truth do not achieve anything except sorrow, remorse and contrary thoughts in that whole undertaking.
The wealth, material opulence, status, and temporary happiness you have achieved through the medium of no-nonsense means is going to give you intense pain, pain, repentance and lessons in the form of interest. The entire perceived pleasures of the world begin with happiness, but end in deep pain and sorrow. The path of spiritual practice at first appears to be painful and full of sorrows, but ends in permanent bliss. The wayfarer of this path gets unlimited pleasure even in limited and the person who is immersed in the glare of materiality, keeps flirting to enjoy a handful of joy due to unlimited opulence and wealth.
God has not given this rare human life to be destroyed in tricks, pointless gluttony and pseudo-deeds, but by using the rare qualities and power-tools from his masculinity for the welfare of himself and human beings through divine practice.