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"Not So Easy, My Child"

Suniti was taken aback at these words. She had not thought that Dhruva would take such a decision. A little child to go to the forest? A little child to perform tapas? She could hardly believe her ears. But he had made up his mind. She spoke comfortingly and lovingly, and said, "It is not so easy to see God my darling. Singleness of purpose is necessary to please Him. You must have faith that nothing can shake; your heart must be full of the nectar of devotion. All this is beyond a child like you. We must accept whatever falls to our lot - joy or sorrow. Whatever joys and sorrows we may face, we should consider them the gifts of God and surrender everything to Him.This is theonly way left to us." With these words Suniti lifted the boy in her arms.

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Dhruva - The Pole Star
About Dhruva
Introduction
King Uttanapada
Dhruva Cannot Live In The Palace
Each A Comfort To The Other
"Father, Lift Me In Your Arms"
" Are You Worthy...?"
Back To The Mother
"All  Is God's Will"
"How Can I See God?"
"Let Me Go To The Forest And See God"
You are Here! "Not So Easy, My Child"
"I Shall Surely See God"
In The Forest
"Revered Sir, Guide Me"
"Now Go Back"
Initiation
" I Did Wrong"
Good "Will Result From All This"
"Dhruva ! Arise!"
"Enough If I Am Your Devotee"
Back To The Palace
Dhruva The Emperor
The City Of The Yakshas In Ruins
"Grant Only This-"
The Polar Star

 

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