I Am Only A Visitor Here

A visitor came to see a Rabi in his house and on arrival he was astonished to see that the rabbi’s home was only a simple room filled with books. The only furniture was a table and a bench.

“Rabbi, where is your furniture?” asked the tourist.

“Where is yours?” replied the Rabbi.

“Mine? But I’m only a visitor here.”

“So am I,” said the Rabbi.

Moral: We are just visitors to this earth with a sole purpose to learn to differentiate between reality and illusion, truth and untruth, matter and spirit. A visitor comes empty handed and leaves empty handed, only thing he carries with him is knowledge and the experience of the knowledge. On this planet, LIVE like a visitor!


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One Response to I Am Only A Visitor Here

  1. Raj Murtinty says:

    As visitors , we are here on this planet for a limited time and it is practical to make best use of our limited time by staying soaked in knowledge and be of some use to others.

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