Re: Child Diksha
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If you are going on RIGHT PATH, no need to ask any one
or any kind of permission required.
Son of Shri Krishna, Pradyuman Kumar wanted to be
monk. He started to ask all of his elders one by one.
His Grandpa, His Dad, His Mom. Everyone denied him and
recommended him for delay. When he asked his wife. His
wife said,"whether you become Sadhu or not, I will
become Aryika now at this moment. This thing is not
permission kind of thing".
Then, Pradyuman Kumar is in Moksha now. His Dad Shri
Krishna is in 'Narak' now. His Granpa/Grandma died in
Dwarika Nagari fire.
Grown up means not more intelectual with respect to
Note: Time is changed now. Children should not go for
--- Shah Jayesh <jayesh_vardhman@...> wrote:
> May I correct you? Vitraag Paramatma Shri Mahavirji____________________________________________________________________________________
> did not renounce the world until He got permission
> to do from his elders. This shows that you must
> cultivate the quality to obey the elders. Mahavirji
> was matured from very childhood.
> Jayesh Shah / Surat
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: "sushiljain@..." <sushiljain@...>
> To: email@example.com
> Sent: Friday, 24 November, 2006 10:26:31 PM
> Subject: <Jain friends> Child Diksha
> Dear Friends: Jai Jinendra. It is consistant with
> ancient Jains, Hindu's, Buddhists, etc to send their
> children to "GURUKUL". Many of us have gone to
> Catholic (christian) school to learn. I think if
> one wants to renounce the world, one must understand
> the world that they are renouncing. Perhaps these
> young adults or children can continue their
> education while residing with their Guru sangh
> travel with them and gain experiance. This will in
> essence make them a better person.
> As I recall Mahavir swamiji did not get blessings
> until he was mature to understand the responsiblity.
> Just my thoughts.
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