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One hour agoAuthor: Pt. Vijayshankar Mehta

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story- Gautama had a special disciple Dhammaram. He did not speak more than anyone in the ashram. He used to do his work and after completion of the work, he went into seclusion. Dhammaram used to sit in seclusion with his eyes closed.

When Dhammaram started living in seclusion too much, the rest of the Buddha’s disciples started talking that he has become proud and that is why he does not talk to us too much. He sits quietly. It works, but does not talk.

The disciples started complaining about Dhammaram to the Buddha. There are many disciples of a religious teacher and if all live together, then they also have the habit of doing evil to each other. Even in a good environment, some people do not want to correct their wrong habits. Some such disciples used to say about Dhammaram to Buddha that it does not talk to us, if asked anything, it answers in very few words.

Gradually more and more complaints of Dhammaram started reaching the Buddha, then one day Buddha asked Dhammaram in front of all the disciples, ‘Why do you do this?’

Dhammaram said, ‘You have announced that you will leave this world in a few days, then I have thought that when you leave, what will we have to learn? That is why I decided that I should understand solitude and silence, learn properly. I want to do these two things in your life.

The Buddha told the disciples, ‘You all saw something and understood something. It is your habit that you do evil to others, that is why you all took the good thing of Dhammarama as wrong. ‘

Learning Whenever we meet a person, no opinion should be formed in advance about him. Look at that person’s movements first, understand deeply. If you see someone with your inner bias, then good people will also see evil.

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