Seeker 2: You will not believe another incident that happened in Noida that is purely based out of instinct or something that even I could not comprehend it had happened!
Seeker 2: After that photo and blog post on the spot (People of the Street), I was walking alone towards my PG.
Seeker 2: I noticed another young lady with very small baby in her arms within 100 meters, having nothing to eat except a small half Parle G biscuit packet. And she looked at me, it was almost almost 10 on the night.
Seeker 2: I don’t know what happened to me that time.
Seeker 2: I just emptied the purse, didn’t even know how much money was inside, just gave it to her and walked away. Then casually walked to the nearby ATM withdrew something and went back to my accommodation. I couldn’t believe what I was doing and realised it only after I went back to the PG!
Seeker 2: I don’t think anyone will believe it but I know you will believe it because you are my best friend!
Seeker 2: You know one thing, just like law of conservation of energy, total quantity of natural resources also remains constant. It’s only improper distribution that is the cause of all problems in this world. If only everyone realises what they need and not want more than that there will be no beggars in this world. So, you get the explanation on what you asked and why people want to blame Krishna for their own nonsense?
Seeker 2: This is a big science and just one Upanishad so small that it contains only 18 verses explains everything so clearly. It is called Sri Isopanishad that gives solutions to poverty and unequal distribution of wealth in this world. This is considered to be one of the smallest upanishads but considered most important.
Seeker 2: People are losing out on the real knowledge and living a life like this not knowing what they are doing.
Seeker 2: But I hope you are getting?
Seeker 1: What?
Seeker 2: Yes
Seeker 1: Yep
Seeker 1: Hmm. No now bothers about this at current era / time.
Seeker 2: Path of destruction is inevitable.
Seeker 1: Yes, it’s already known to everyone! But what made you to do that…were you hypnotized/ you felt to give her whatever you have…Was she expecting that from you?
Seeker 2: No, I was not hypnotized or anything. Already I couldn’t give anything to the lady and the baby in that photo. I was staying alone, so many things were going on in my mind that time…was listening in full volume as I was walking, the most favourite songs from pink Floyd (On the turning away from the album A momentary lapse of reason came back to haunt again – the song that gives goosebumps and teleports me every time I listen to it! depicting similar situation – This same song haunted me at 2 in the night just 4 months earlier! (Interpretations to Post 40: Sri Vishnu Sahasranamam – Do check this!)
Seeker 2: I came from the temple after an amazing divine, you can say ecstatic experience…I was walking the entire distance up and down about 4.5 kms one way. The pathway was very lonely at that time of the night…it was just an instant reaction without any explanation.
Seeker 2: The small baby and mother I saw earlier…they were sleeping peaceful in a rugged blanket…it was February, really cold, if I placed the money there, I thought someone will take it. So, I really felt disappointed and went away…
Seeker 2: immediately within 100 meters I noticed another in much worse condition and just did that I didn’t know that I did!
Seeker 1: Hmm.
Seeker 2: When seeing so many people committing suicide these days, are their conditions any worse than these people? That’s the problem with us because of too much material attachment! I thought whatever I had could be able to sustain them for considerable days because of their minimalistic needs and Krishna will surely save them by His own means!
Seeker 1: Hmm!