Everywhere in this world of reality quite a few among rank and file have a vision but very few of us follow a mission. None of us is so flexible to listen to what others say. Often we utter, ‘We welcome every constructive and innovative ideas and comments thereafter.’ Unfortunately, we fail to support that from the core of our heart.

Although ‘seeing is believing’, ‘listening’ is not. There is a gulf of difference between what exactly we believe at heart and what we put on our lips. A very simple question can easily be asked to one and all—‘Aren’t we designed and bound to follow the conventional way of thinking?’

At present the entire world is passing through many a crisis. Basically, assimilation of serious thinking and sincere effort find no way out; eventually it results to issues, unproductive. Lack of achievements in so many spheres create problem and they are the source of all unrest. Candidly, there are religions not to delve deep into realization but to inculcate. Wrong interpretations of religious persons endorse importance. It is just to enhance the evil spirit among a class of people to turn them each a fundamentalist. Naturally, misunderstanding and misinterpretation are our ultimate gain from whatever religion we follow—either by birth or being baptized.

Let me concentrate in the point. We are born with the identity of a religion and are increasingly accustomed to propagate its doctrines and dogmas. We are apt to follow our own religion and think little about others. Even the world class philosophers today study hard about different religions—the comparative studies help them broaden their outlook and that’s all. There is no question of realization.

Then how can you assume that even the vastly learned man or a man of letters will raise some points beyond the conventional way of thinking? We speak much about this and that but according to Ma-Mahajnan we are to admit that ‘profound renunciation begets profound knowledge’. Without self-sacrifice how can we overcome selfishness! And being selfishly motivated we hardly can help people attain perfection.

It is not the extensive study of the scholars in their respective streams and communities nor of collective achievements through vast experience in every sphere of life, but it is the attainment truly confirmed in the light of self-realization that inspires us thinking beyond conventional way. Do we find anyone striving with all heart in a different way? Well, should I produce something in support of my statement?

However, let me begin with something in brief which may be entitled: “Illuminating features and essays” or in brief “My Musing about an Outstanding Spiritual Genius.” I sense many of you will be interested in knowing one’s nobility which was found to be sheer divinity in one’s young age. It’s all simply incredible.

Do we truly welcome renovation of our mind? Sometime, in reality, it is speculating to note: “We welcome everybody’s constructive comments.” This is how we apparently prove ourselves as flexible one of superior class. But soon our way of living prove the status of our mind we have acclaimed.

Again, candidly, do you believe at heart what you say? Aren’t we designed and bound to follow, I repeat, the conventional way of thinking? In this context I would request you to glance through Ma-Mahajnan’s “End in View” along with ‘Ma-Mahajnan explains her End in View in detail’, already published in SelfGrowth.com.

Straightforwardly, in the world of religion Christianity and Islam have had widely inculcated and run parallel. Hinduism, Buddhism and a few others are gradually trailing behind the race. The ups and downs during two millenniums and more are of serious concern.

To add a little, Ma-Mahajnan, indeed, has immense to contribute yet to the world through your esteemed publications. Apart from her creative writings I would like to draw your kind attention to her philanthropic activities building a Research Institute. Naturally, some healthy and wealthy contacts are most desired.

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Author's Bio: 

Ma-Mahajnan, a matchless spiritual genius, expressed her entire creation in a state of "Conscious Trance” which has all been stuffed with matters of highly philosophical value and related with strong literary sense. She could not attend even Primary School due to extreme poverty. Strangely, she was taught all by herself in the School of Nature. The weird and wonderful life is possibly the souse of her vast experience and profound realization. She was born on 17 July, 1928 and passed away on 22 January, 2011. Listen to what Ma-Mahajnan said once: What I tell you briefly about the early phase. Listen first about my life. I was married off at the age of thirteen. I was the second wife, my husband married for the second time and thus I came into his family. I didn’t get any chance for schooling.” You’ll perhaps weep to hear how I came as a wife, driven by utter poverty or how they packed me off. After that all at once I slowly progressed in the domain of that ‘Nothingness’-- “I’m the Mother; the Nothingness, too.”

Asokananda Prosad, Ma-Mahajnan's first disciple, is an engineer, a philosopher and a philanthropist. Being the missing son—the eldest and the first disciple of Great Ma-Mahajnan, he has had to shoulder so many burdens of Ashram and Temple. He has long been translating Works of Ma-Mahajnan, written in Bengali, into English. The Mother didn’t just put those in black and white, but simply expressed, extempore and spontaneous, in a state of “Conscious Trance” and Asokananda, along with his brothers and sisters of Ashram and Temple, got those tape-recorded. Director of Pub. Div. : Adarsha Prokashani; Editor of Journals : Nandan Kanan & Sudhi Sahitya; General Secretary : Ma-Mahajnan Vishwa Kalyan Trust; Secretary : Society for the Formation of Character and Sequence; Independent Scholar : Philosophy Documentation Center, Ohio, USA; An Inaugural Member as a Leading Philosopher of the World : 2006; International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England; Invited to join The XXII World Congress of Philosophy 2008, held in Seoul, Korea, from 30 July to 5 August, 2008.