Shared by Erika Tucker on April 24, 2019

"El amor es para valientes", esta era la frase favorita de Swamiji Divyanand. Nos la repitió las veces que pudo, así como instarnos siempre a mantener una disciplina con la que pudiéramos combatir las resistencias que el ego guarda para distanciarnos de esa capacidad innata de amarnos. Cada vez esa sentencia espiritual cobra más sentido y sobra cualquier explicación ante las armaduras de cobardía que desfilan por doquier.  

"Love is for the brave", this was the favorite phrase of Swamiji Divyanand. He repeated it to us as many times as he could, as well as always urging us to maintain a discipline with which we could fight the resistances that the ego keeps to distance us from that innate ability to love us. Each time that spiritual sentence becomes more meaningful and there is no explanation for the armor of cowardice that parades everywhere.


Shared by Erika Tucker on April 24, 2019

Fue repentina su partida, incluso para él. Tenía tantos planes para lo que ya sentía era su retirada de la tarea realizada como Shankaracharya. Y cómo no vivir este guerrero ese reposo tan esperado, en las tierras prometidas por sus devotos, en las que juntos veríamos los espectaculares atardeceres que nos brindaría La India, prefirió hacer descanso aparte. Por eso los atardeceres surgirán en otro espacio en donde siempre nos encontraremos con Swamiji, ese lugar interno donde siempre está y más ahora cuando sin investidura, sin casta, sin religión y sin olvido lo encontraremos todos.

His departure was sudden, even for him. He had so many plans for what he already felt was his withdrawal from the task performed as Shankaracharya. And how not to live this warrior that long-awaited repose, in the lands promised by his devotees, in which together we would see the spectacular sunsets that India would give us, he preferred to take a rest apart.That is why the sunsets will arise in another space where we will always meet Swamiji, that internal place where he always is and more now when without investiture, without caste, without religion and without forgetting we will find him all.

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