Monday early morning, Singapore just lost her founding Father, Mr Lee Kuan Yew who passed on at the age of 91 years old. Mr Lee Kuan Yew was revered by many in the world as one of the most visionary leaders of our time. Not only did he fight for self-Government from the British colonial masters, he also later led Singapore into merger with Malaysia believing that this was the best option for Singapore’s future. When the merger fell apart, he took Singapore out of Malaysia and built a nation from nothing during the most difficult years.
He built up a strong defence capability to protect Singapore’s sovereignty, a vibrant economy which created many jobs, a sound education system and world-class infrastructure, housing and environment. Literally he transformed Singapore from a Third World to a First World country. He was known for his working style – meticulous, persistent, with tremendous drive and spirit, never quitting. He also ensured a successful transitioning of Singapore beyond him through leadership succession.
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‘Life is described as per the Akashic records is existence. It is the source. It is the space. It is the end in which everything evolves, lives, relaxes. Whenever you assume you carry a body or mind, you are part of the whole you experience perversion of life. Perversion of life does not let you experience the completeness actual life itself. Remembering the life in which you raise, live, relax continuously itself is a Sadhana (spiritual practice) to achieve the source of life.
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You may realize by now that life is a great mystery.
Some people are still struggling to figure it out, some are totally lost in their lives while some are already being swallowed by the pain and suffering in life. Then there are some wise ones who are living in great ecstasy, in expansion of creativity and fulfilment.
Fundamentally, each soul has to figure out the mystery of life by travelling on a path of conscious expansion. There are 2 ways to learn from life – the first method is to go through every experience in everything but this takes too long as we must remember our time on planet earth is limited. The second method is to learn from the right source of knowledge, from the realized ones or the enlightened beings. I had the fortune of learning from the enlightened source through my Guru, Paramahamsa Nithyananda.
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