shivsena wrote: If this simple query of "who is BapDada?" cannot be answered accurately, then what is the use of calling oneself a PBK (children of God as aimee says)?
Dear aggressive natured brother,
If every pbk is going to answer accurately, then the king souls which comprises of 108 only will exceed and, if it exceeds, then knowledge is false. What gives you the right to judge the views of the members of this forum. They are trying their best. Instead of encouraging them, you are discouraging them. A wise king will never do that. One should have a balance of the intellect and the heart to become a king who will be loved by his subjects. I am crossing my fingers that you interact with your patients in a sweet manner.
Also I would like to know what is the difference between the 2 Murli points:
"Varsa Bapada se milta hai''. (The inheritance is received from BapDada),
"ShivBaba Brahma dwara varsa dete hain", (ShivBaba gives inheritance through Brahma)
Do two points carry the same meaning and are expressed in different ways?? Or they are different?? Also if PBKs believe that Avaykt BapDada means the combination of Ram + Krishna, then where is bindi ShivBap in BapDada?
Dear shivsena Bhai,
I believe that the term 'BapDada' is the coining of SS Shiv and the soul of Ram. As there is a Murli quote dated 11/2/75, "Shankar is also a deity. They have then combined Shiva and Shankar". Now Father says, "I have entered into this body. Therefore you say BapDada, but they say Shiv - Shankar."
Also in one of your postings, you have stated that the role of BapDada hasn't commenced yet. I see eye to eye to your perspectives. When Rambap attains the stage equal to ShivBaba, then the role of BapDada commences.
The Murli quotes that you have posted have different interpretations. When it is said, "ShivBaba gives inheritance through brahma", then it is construed that we receive subtle inheritance from Jagadhamba brahma. Whether in Gyan or bakti, everything takes place in a subtle form first. So first we receive subtle inheritance from Brahma and then we receive inheritance practically from BapDada.
Your views are awaited
Om Shanti, divya