All of us are seekers. But what we seek is all that matters. We should all be seekers of vidyā whose literal meaning in sanskrit is valid knowledge which cannot be contradicted and it is true knowledge that is Self intuitively gained. Only Vedic knowledge and everything that has emanated from Vedas fall under this category. Everything else are to classified as avidyā whose literal meaning in sanskrit is ignorance, misconceptions, misunderstandings, incorrect knowledge.
Seeking of vidyā leads to liberation while seeking of avidyā results in misery and bondage. The purpose of this endeavor is to seek and share vidyā by involving active discussion among like-minded individuals, respecting everyone’s thought through healthy debates and in the end coming to the conclusion that results in mutual satisfaction.
This is the process by which our ancient seers followed with their disciples in the form of question and answer sessions in which both the Guru and the disciple learn from each other the esoteric subjects and arrive at a conclusion then enlivens both the Guru and the disciple. The Guru accepts the truths discovered by the disciples in open arms. This is how all the Upanishadic thoughts had arisen and they are timeless classics because of that.
As i mentioned, I am only a seeker not a Guru or anything. I just want to be an instrument for knowledge sharing. It is only when i see the active participation of like minded individuals, I would consider this attempt as a success. Spirituality is not a one way street like materialistic subjects which has its own theories, laws etc. where there is little scope for questioning.
With this aim, I sincerely pray to Lord Shri Krishna to seek his blessings for all of us to see the light of spiritual knowledge.
Let there be light and let it shine brightly!
Hare Krishna! Jai Shree Ram!