Let’s hear a tale about “SELFLESSNESS” together.
Shimak is suffering from severe cold fever, and his sons and grandsons have made good arrangements for treatment, yet they are taking only nominal medicine, They say that the work of medicine is only to stop the effect of poison, not to destroy the disease. That work is done by nature itself. Then why should we interfere with that?
But this statement of his was also given the same meaning which was used till now i.e. Shimak is a big miser. Despite having a lot of money in the house, he can neither eat well nor wear well, let alone give to children, Now when his own life is in danger, even then he is so attached to money. If miserliness is not a stigma then what is?
Many times, Sheemak had also met many such people, who had said on his face – Shimak, do not do so much miserliness, sometimes some charity, sometimes some virtue, pilgrimage, Brahmin feast, city feast, do something like this. Pour it so that this money goes to waste. If he died then that money got in the hands of someone else, then what is the use of this earning of yours?’!
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Shimak laughs and is good! Good !! Saying that he would have avoided the incident. When such occasions came, looking at Shimak’s face and posture while looking away, it seemed as if he wanted to find something in the distant future, even his son’s family could not understand this till today.
Acharya Mahidhar was seen more worried than Shimak was sitting today. He interpreted the Vedas with great diligence. The commentary is also such that any scholar who reads it would have been blessed, but today due to lack of money, Mahidhar himself had become so disappointed that he had started finding all his austerity meaningless.
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He wanted this commentary on the Vedas to reach door-to-door so that the influence of Buddhists could be stopped, but his aspiration remained aspiration. No solution could be found.
When Shimak heard this news, he quietly left the house. Where did Shimak go, searched for several days but was not found.
After a long time, when Mahidhara’s Vedas and commentaries began to reach from door to door, people heard so much that one of the gods had come to him and gave him all his wealth and said – “Acharya Pravar! Good wishes don’t stop due to lack of money, this is my lifetime earning, take it to work and bless my life.’!
After that, the great man was never seen again. It is said that Sheemak had become a resident for the last sadhana after taking Vanaprastha.
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The value of the story: The story underscores the value of selfless acts and the profound impact they can have on the lives of others, even long after the giver is gone. It encourages us to consider the greater good and the potential positive influence our actions can have on society and future generations. Additionally, it emphasizes that generosity and charity have the power to bring unexpected blessings and fulfillment, beyond material possessions and wealth.
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