Those that fall at the holy feet of Saints are blessed. The only room they have within their consciousness is that of Paramatma’s love; all vikars are eradicated and enemies eliminated. With Paramatma’s blessings one’s destiny brightens. We then forever bask in the Creator’s love. Paramatma, who once seemed unattainable, is never far and can be seen everywhere and in all living things. The thread connecting one to Paramatma is complete and the mind and body reach a stable state. Within the sanctuary of Saints our soul finds peace and tranquility. We find support and become nirbhau, fearless. Singing the praises of Paramatma, day and night our only focus remains Paramatma’s love.
In order to achieve the true goal of human life we must walk the spiritual path. A life can only be fulfilled if it has a purpose. Even a life devoted to the pursuit of worldly pleasures is led by definite goals. Similarly, a life devoted to Paramatma has the ultimate target of becoming one with the Creator. In order to achieve this goal we must have dridh sankalp, determination. Once we are determined in reaching our goal we can go through life fulfilling our worldly duties, not get distracted, and still achieve our goal of meeting with Paramatma. It was Arjun’s determination and dedication to his goal of becoming the best archer that helped him earn a special place with his Guru, Dronacharya.