Part-2 The inner image of our secret picture

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In the external world, the work of punishing the accused is under two heads, one police, another court. The police catch the accused and collect proof of his deeds and present them to the court, then the court's court does its job. The judge considers the state of crime and criminals in very many ways, then decide as appropriate. Different punishment is given to criminals who come in the same crime. Three murderers were captured, one of them was acquitted, the other got five years' sentence, the third was hanged. Three of the killings were done, but while giving the punishment, the magistrate considered many things. The person who was acquitted was a house builder, while working on the roof, the piece of stone was suddenly lost by his hand and he went down the road to a passenger's head, his head burst, Musafir died . The judge saw that the murder was definitely done, the worker was innocent, he deliberately did not throw stones with evil intent, so he was acquitted. The second mulejim was a farmer. Biting the farm, he sticks to the thief that he died. It is natural for the magistrate to feel angry and stupid, but there is so much mistake of the farmer that he should not have been killed so much on the slightest crime, so he got a five-year sentence. The third mulezim was a famous bandit. A rich man entered the house in the night and killed him and stole wealth. The crime was heinous so the sentence was hanged. The three criminals had murdered, the exterior form of the crime was a bit, but the magistrate was a microscope; it did not give punishment only after looking at the external things, but by taking a good look at the inner nuances and then decides something.

In the inner world, Gupta-painting or Chitragupta police and court do the work of both the sections themselves. If the police give false evidence, the court's decision may also be inappropriate, but there is no possibility of such disturbances in the inner world. The conscience knows everything, by which thought, what kind of work was done, in what way, in what situation, why it was done. There is no need to give cleanliness or statement to the outer mind, because the secret mind keeps itself fully informed about that matter. With the desire of the person, the spirit that works, the desire or the feeling is the measure of sin and virtue. The physical weight of physical objects is in the external world. A poor man donates two pounds and a rich man donates ten thousand rupees, the external worlds will do the weaning of virtue according to the count of money. Two money will not be seen by donating an eye to the donor, but the praise of ten thousand rupees will be spread all around. In the inner world, this measurement does not work. If you go to the shop of Banquo's shop in Angchache grains, then he will give jaggery in return, but if the same grain is given to a shopkeeper in the capital of England, then he will say, sir! In this city there is no deal for the grain, here the pound, shilling, pence coin is run. In the same way, in the history of the Chintagupta Deity, this coin can not be seen in the country of counting of rupees, from external expanse of work, from tales of talk, pilgrimage etc. Physical things are procured, there is a desire and sense of emotions. -Well is it. According to that, the accumulation of sin-worship is done.

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