जीवन से साक्षात्कार

प्रसिद्ध दार्शनिक, इतिहासकार और तर्कशास्त्री, बर्ट्रांड रसैल, जो अनेक दार्शनिक ग्रथों के लेखक रहे है तथा जो अपने नास्तिक विचारों के लिए जाने जाते हैं, उन्होंने कहा है कि जब तक हम एक ईश्वर की कल्पना ना करें या उसके अस्तित्व को ना मान लें, तब तक जीवन के उद्देश्य के बारे में सोचना निरर्थक है।प्रसिद्ध दार्शनिक, इतिहासकार और तर्कशास्त्री, बर्ट्रांड रसैल, जो अनेक दार्शनिक ग्रथों के लेखक रहे है तथा जो अपने नास्तिक विचारों के लिए जाने जाते हैं, उन्होंने कहा है कि जब तक हम एक ईश्वर की कल्पना ना करें या उसके अस्तित्व को ना मान लें, तब तक जीवन के उद्देश्य के बारे में सोचना निरर्थक है।

Jeevan se Sakshatkar 5th edition

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Jeevan se sakshatkar
जीवन से साक्षात्कार

Note: Jeevan se sakshatkar is a hindi ebook, freely available for download. Its a real life transformation story of a young man who almost reached to the point of atheism and neglecting God because of terrible unchanging situations of life. At this point, how he found God and made a living relationship with him and knew him personally, which changed his life forever. Its written in devnagri script; however, its english version is available for download on this website with the name ‘Encounter with Life’.

prasiddh darshanik, itihasakar aur tarkashastree, Bartrand Russell, jo anek darshanik grathon ke lekhak rahe hai tatha jo apane nastik vicharon ke lie jane jate hain, unhonne kaha hai – jab tak ham ek eeshvar kee kalpana na karen ya usake astitv ko na man len, tab tak jivan ke uddeshy ke bare men sochana nirarthak hai.

mera vishvas hai ki hamare srishtikarta ne ham sabakee srishti kisi uddeshy ke sath kee hai. ham bhi jab kisi chiz ka nirman karate hain to usake pichhe kuchh na kuchh lakshy aur usake istemal ke lie kuchh yojana zaroor hoti hai. usi prakar mera manana hai ki hamare srishtikarta eeshvar ne ham men se harek ke lie ek yojana rakhi hai aur harek ke jivan ka ek uddeshy rakha hai. Continue Reading

Finding God in death bed | Pradesh Shrestha

I had never seriously considered the reality of God nor my lack of relationship and responsibility to Him until September 1983 when I lay seriously ill on a hospital bed in Santa Fe, New Mexico. There, in an isolation room in St. Patrick’s Hospital, the doctor told me they had finally diagnosed my illness; the antibiotic I would have to take was known to be potentially lethal for some patients but there was no viable alternative.

I was shocked. I agreed to take the medicine but that night I could not sleep. Where will I go if I die now? For the first time in my life, I took an honest look at myself. And when I did so my conscience was troubled, because, whereas I had always perceived myself to be a good person, now I saw myself as one with something fundamentally wrong within. If there is a Heaven and if there is a Hell, I felt I would end up in Hell. Continue Reading