Flame Waves from the Upanishad-Sea, Part II

UPA 25-34. Fordham University, Bronx, NY, 28 February 1972

I

Transliteration

Agne naya supatha, raye asman; Visvani, deva, vayunani vidvan; Yuyodhyasmaj juharanam eno Bhuyistham te nama-uktim vidhema.

Translation

O Agni, O Fire God, lead us along the right path so that we can enjoy the fruits of our divine actions.
You know, O God, all our deeds.
O God, take away from us all our unaspiring and binding sins and destroy them.
To You we offer our teeming, soulful salutations and prayers.

Comment

Heart’s aspiration is the right path.
God’s Compassion is the genuine guidance.
The fruits of our divine actions are Peace, Light, and Bliss.
Sin is the smile of self-limiting bondage.
In our prayers and salutations abides God the illumining Saviour.

Sri Chinmoy, The Upanishads: the Crown of India's Soul.First published by Agni Press in 1974.

This is the 13th book that Sri Chinmoy has written since he came to the West, in 1964.

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