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Namaskaram, Namaste, Hello, Hi,
I am Prasad Damodaran, Age 22 Years, S/o Mr. P. Damodaran.
My favourite players are Alan Shearer of Newcastle United Football Club in England and Ronaldo Edmundo Louis Nazario De Lima of Brazil.
Meaning of Prasad
When you offer the fruits of your actions to God, he will gladly accept them and then He will return to you, but with a difference. Before you offered them they were yours, i.e., you owned them, and when you get them back, the sanctified fruits will not be yours; you will simply have them, but not own them. Then you will be more liberal in sharing them with others.
a practice in temples, in which the devotees offer a
coconut, five bananas and some flowers
to the diety. The priest breaks the
coconut into two halves, offers the
entire contents to the diety and returns one-half of
the coconut and four bananas to the
devotee and retains the rest for himself. When the
devotee gets it back, it becomes sanctified Prasad, and he loses the
ownership of this Prasad, which is then
taken home and distributed among the family members and friends and perhaps each will get a small piece of banana and no one will complain about the size of the fruit given to him. The belief is that God's Prasad (Prasad actually means Grace) should be distributed among as many people as possible.
If one offers the fruits of his actions to God, gets them back as His Prasad and shares with others, his action will not bind him. He should "have, but not own the fruit". With this attitude, he develops a sense of detachment towards the objects he acquires.