What is the differences between Cave life and Jail life !!??

February 23, 2017 by
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Vinod Verma
One of the most important point is that Both occupants avail of peaceful surroundings in living the two places like cave & jail .One achieve the inner growths praying faithfully to beloved God while Other couldn't achieve nothings excepts repenting his / her KARMAS
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Vinod Verma
While Both occupants live in a very little cell I mean little cottege size room
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Vinod Verma
Main freedom life is to live disciplined life that's called Freedom in which we can do all our dreams come true .Only Animals live a complete freedom life .
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Sarayai is online.
conventional jail can become the 'cave'...inner dwelling of spiritual transformation and the 'cave' can potentially become a jail when the initiate remains there until the body is dropped and no wisdom gained is shared with others...

the Soul/God would always choose the experience required to serve t...
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leon g martin
One has an outdoor to-----
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Jaana from Finland is online.
Cavelife must be Jims life?
Jaillife...not sure
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Vinod Verma
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Stacey Sarakinis is online.
I would say for me my beloved Friend, while discipline may be required to get me there, Freedom is living exactly like the animal kingdom lives without becoming one of the animals.
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Stacey Sarakinis is online.
Both are self inflicted and both may result in great spiritual growth...but imho BOTH are indicative of a desire to run away from the storm of LIFE. How can you learn to walk on the water during the storm if you never go out on the water in the RAIN?
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rylan is online.
jail life is our private aspect/mirror, i label classify this within what is yang...

cave life, well, seems to fit within what i tend to label within the first level of yin as yin/yang, it is the most yang half of yin, within the first level of what is yin...

cave life, so seems to maybe fit partly wi...
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Ted Hale is online.
Jail life is a man made construct that involves punishment without allowing for acceptance or a real ability for redemption. It is a reflection of how humans inflict punishment on themselves and others thinking they deserve it. Cave life is based on nature and is a shelter from the elements. Ther...
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Barb Peterson is online.
Great thought/heart provoking shares dear peers!!...my mind is pondering gently on the seemingly vast enriching spiritual live's led by those whom others defined as "confined"/without freedom" i.e. San Simion Stylite's 37 yr quest while perched on a small platform/pillar, Nelson Mendela's spiritual ...
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Vinod Verma
Haha great nice comments Barb Peterson
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Vinod Verma
Thanks so much you alllll my awrsome friends who commented so nicely here and very glad to read alll with great pleasure ...wondetfulllllll Namaste
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Barb Peterson is online.
MMMM ever grateful for my infinite lifetime's amongst you, my gifted soul tribe... n thank YOU so dear Vinod for your lovely rose....namaste
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Mr. Happy
You go on your own to a cave but to jail You go in handcuffs and taken there by police. Once You're in there, the differences are many as well lol
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Vinod Verma
Further more radiant lights on this topic I will share here. that the jail life can be converted in a Meditation centre as compulsory ways for every. Accused one .Because They have to spent their time just by sleeping , yawning , thinking about false conceptions .. So if this must be so necessary wo...
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Mr. Happy
Vinod Verma Yes, You are quite right. I listened to a Tibetan Yogi who said that when the Chinese imprisoned him, he spent his time chanting Mantras. He lived to see the light of day.
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Suzanne Ranu is online.
Cave life would be chosen, you would have the freedom to come and go as you please. Jail life you would be confined for as long as the authority tells you.
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Vinod Verma
Haha my means to say about it why so freedom to come and go here & there ..it's a golden time of sitting silently in peaceful zone where no body will disturb you ...good to lose in your transcedental meditation and transform the new edition of one'self as Self Realization
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