Swami Vivekananda’s Speech at World Parliament of Religion, Chicago.
SWAMI VIVEKANANDA’S SPEECH AT WORLD PARLIAMENT OF RELIGION, CHICAGO.
Swami Vivekananda’s Speech : SWAMI VIVEKANANDA’S motivating identity was surely understood both in India and in America amid the most recent decade of the nineteenth century and the first decade of the twentieth.
The obscure minister of India all of a sudden jumped into popularity at the Parliament of Religions held in Chicago in 1893, at which he spoke to Hinduism.
Swami Vivekananda’s Speech :His unfathomable information of Eastern and Western society and also his profound otherworldly understanding, fervid expert articulation, splendid discussion, expansive human sensitivity, bright identity, and nice looking figure made an overwhelming speak to the numerous sorts of Americans who interacted with him.
Swami Vivekananda’s Speech : Individuals who saw or heard Vivekananda even once still appreciate his memory after a failure of more than a large portion of a century. Ramakrishna math and Ramakrishna mission
Swami Vivekananda’s Speech Motivational Inspirational quotes to mankind
Swami Vivekananda’s Speech: The Swami’s main goal was both national and global. A mate of humankind, he endeavored to advance peace and human fellowship on the profound establishment of the Vedantic Oneness of presence.
A spiritualist of the most astounding request, Vivekananda had an immediate and natural experience of Reality.
Swami Vivekananda got his thoughts from that unfailing wellspring of intelligence and frequently introduced them in the soul stirring dialect of verse.
Swami Vivekananda’s Speech : Swami Vivekananda’s Small Story at Chicago, world Parliament of Religion.
Swami Vivekananda’s Small Story at Chicago, world Parliament of Religion
Swami Vivekananda’s Speech at Chicago, world parliament of Religion
Why We Disagree ? date 15th Sep 1893
Sister and Brother of America.
I will tell you a little story. You have heard the eloquent speaker who has just finished say, “Let us cease from abusing each other,” and he was very sorry that there should be always so much variance.
But I think I should tell you a story which would illustrate the cause of this variance. A frog lived in a well. It had lived there for a long time.
It was born there and brought up there, and yet was a little, small frog.
Of course the evolutionists were not there then to tell us whether the frog lost its eyes or not, but, for our story’s sake, we must take it for granted that it had its eyes, and that it every day cleansed the water of all the worms and bacilli that lived in it with an energy that would do credit to our modern bacteriologists.
In this way it went on and became a little sleek and fat. Well, one day another frog that lived in the sea came and fell into the well.
“Where are you from?”
“I am from the sea.”
“The sea! How big is that? Is it as big as my well?” and he took a leap –
from one side of the well to the other.
“My friend,” said the frog of the sea,
“how do you compare the sea with your little well?”
Then the frog took another leap and asked,
“Is your sea so big?”
“What nonsense you speak, to compare the sea with your well!”
“Well, then,” said the frog of the well,
“nothing can be bigger than my well;
there can be nothing bigger than this;
this fellow is a liar,
so turn him out.”
That has been the difficulty all the while.
I am a Hindu. I am sitting in my own little well and thinking that the whole world is my little well.
The Christian sits in his little well and thinks the whole world is his well.
The Mohammedan sits in his little well and thinks that is the whole world.
I have to thank you of America for the great attempt you are making to break down the barriers of this little world of ours, and hope that, in the future, the Lord will help you to accomplish your purpose.