DA, DA, DA- Brihadaranyaka Upanishad
The Brihadaranyaka Upanishad narrates the story of Lord Prajapati
instructing the Devas (gods), the Naras (humans) and the Asuras (demons):
When they were confused and approached him for advice,
He sent the thunder pealing forth with the sound DA, DA, DA.
The Devas understood 'DA' to mean daamayata - 'control yourselves', since they were lost in the pleasures of heaven..
The Naras understood it as datta - 'give', since they were acquisitive and selfish by nature.
And the asuras got the meaning dayadhvam - 'be compassionate', since they were by nature cruel.
We can constantly listen to the DA-DA-DA sound that our heart sends forth and imbibe the Lord's lesson of
Self-control, Sharing and Compassion.


Source:K N Ramesh

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