Certainly, “if any person has lived righteously from the time of his birth up to the time of his death, then that person could face his death fearlessly. Therefore, you have to have a determination to allow such a situation to surface. You have to have that determination today itself. If you have lived righteously by accumulating merits, then you can face your death happily. Your next birth will depend on whatever you say and do in your this journey of life. If you feel that you are currently walking on a wrong path, then, still there is time for you to reform yourself. Accumulate virtuous deeds. Do not commit sins. Gather merits. Develop meritorious thoughts in your mind. Then, your life will be successful”.
“This is the method that we have to adapt when we are living in this world. We should conduct ourselves in such a way so that later on we could be happy for the things that we have done. Do not ever conduct yourselves in a way that you will have to cry later on for the things that you have done. Think wisely before you say or do anything because some day at your death bed, you will definitely remember the things that you have said and done during this period of your journey of life”
“This human life that you have received in this journey of life is a very rare opportunity. Other living beings also would have been born at the very moment that you were born into this world. Similarly, other human beings also would have been born at the same time. Certainly, among them there would have been people who were born blind, people who were born deformed, people who were born deaf and people who were born crippled. Certainly, since you were born into this world as a human being who could understand the value of merits and demerits, be happy and praise God for that. You were born as a human being. Therefore, before your journey of life in this world comes to an end, determine to thank God happily, for the life that you have received. This is my today’s message”. (His Holiness Apostle Rohan Lalith Aponso – Homily 02/02/2014)