A Partial Teaching on The TRY Business
TRY = DOING GOOD = GOD WILLING = WRITTEN IN MY STARS = ATTEMPT = KISMET = HOPE = LIKHA HUA HAI = BELIEF = BHAGWAN BHAROSE = EXPECTATIONS = INSHALLAH = LUCK = DESTINY = AISA HI HOTA HAI = ASSUME = HAPPENS = CHALTA HAI = IT WAS MEANT TO BE = JUST LIKE THAT = KOSHISH = IF = DOES NOT MATTER = LET US SEE = HONA THA = FORTUNE = TAMASHBEEN = UMEED = PROMISE = CHANCE = HO GAYA = HE/SHE/THEY SAID/TOLD = FAITH = RELIGION = HAMARI IZZAT = FAMILY HONOUR
TRY = Doing something repeatedly without success
Definition of Act
Anything having one of the following characteristics:
Acts of Commission
- Speech or writing.
- Actions performed using the body, its appendages, or other aids.
Acts of Omission
- When it is my duty to do something I avoid.
Comment: Every violation of duty results in adverse consequences.
Violation of The FOUR Rules of Life
A person who uses any of the above terms in his or her conversation is in violation of The FOUR Rules of Life.
Rule 1: I am Responsible.
When you resign yourself to events outside your control, you are not being responsible for your own life.
Person using any of the above terms is saying that his or her life is not in his or her control.
The locus of control of such a person is external.
Rule 1 requires every individual to be Responsible for his or her life from birth to exit.
Comment: Such a person is denying responsibility for his or her own life, hence such a person is in violation of Rule1.
Rule 2: I am Positive.
This Rule expressly prohibits use of words or phrases which express the opposite sense, intention, feeling, connotations, or resignation to negative events.
Each of the above noted expressions has a negative component.
Each of the above expressions has the seed of failure embedded in it.
Rule 2 requires each and every one to be positive at all times in every situation.
Comment 1: User of any of the above terms is, in effect, claiming negative things about himself or herself.
Comment 2: When used, each of the above expressions places that person in direct and immediate violation of Rule 2.
Rule 3: I am Self-Enabled.
This Rule demands that I must always be self-dependent and independent in all functions of my own life.
As seen in the discussion of Rules 1 and 2, it is clear that a person using any of the above expressions is dependent on some external power or agency for any success.
Such a person is not independent in thought and planning of his or her choices. Consequently, such an individual is not independent in making or executing his or her decisions.
Comment: A person who uses such an expression is in violation of Rule 3.
Rule 4: I am Dynamic.
Use of such terms indicates a clear inability to be action oriented.
Such a person is expressing a non-dynamic behavior pattern, which is passive and dependent on someone or something doing his duty.
Comment: Such a person is in violation of Rule 4.
Violation of The Right
Use of any of or all of the above terms and phrases expresses an inability to think and plan for oneself, which is a violation of Freedom of Choice.
When such a term is used, it says clearly that the user is not able to decide for himself or herself, which is a violation of Freedom of Decision.
Any person using the above terms is in violation of Freedom of Action to act for oneself.
The LAW of Consequences
The LAW of Consequences is embodied, permanent, and operates continuously for every individual from birth to exit.
Whenever an act is initiated, it brings the person under the ambit of the LAW immediately and that person has to live with the consequences of his or her act for the rest of his or her Life.
Speech and writing are defined as Acts of Commission.
Physical acts are defined as Acts of Commission.
When a person who has a duty to do something and he or she avoids doing his or her duty; that is defined as an Act of Omission.
Comment 1: Whenever any of the above terms are used in speech or action in course of daily interaction, it immediately brings that person within the operation of The LAW of Consequences.
Comment 2: Whenever a person uses one of the above terms to avoid doing his or her duty, it immediately brings that person within the hammer of adverse consequences under The LAW.
- All the above terms carry and include a negative element.
- All the terms are produced as an excuse in case of either non-beneficial or harmful results.
- The above terms are produced to exculpate oneself post an event which has resulted in failure.
- Whenever a Benefit is received, the individual claims full credit for his or her success.
- Based on that, the same individual must take Responsibility for any failure whether partial or full.
- Person using such a term is careless in data collection, thinking, planning and makes incomplete plans or plans without care.
- Person using above terms does not base his or her decision upon logic, science, rational thinking and reasoning.
- Person using such terms does not carry out sufficient training or preparation.
- Person using such terms displays insufficient or low desire to achieve success by own effort
- Person using such terms displays lack of determination to succeed.
- Person using such terms exhibits no or low level of self-motivation to carry out the task at hand.
- Person using such an expression is usually being dishonest with himself or herself.
Person using any of the above expressions is, in effect, saying that I am a negative person.
Person admits that the locus of control of my life is not within me.
Person using any of the above expressions is in effect saying that my life is controlled by some external agency.
Person using such terms says some outside ambiguous power or person is going to do something for me, which generally is GOD.
Person using such terms expects some external power or agency to carry out his or her duty or to obtain some benefit for that individual.
When the act done fails, a person using such terms claims that the act was carried out (‘by me’ -silent) on the advice of an agency external to me. Hence, I should not be held responsible for the consequences.
Person using any of the above expressions says that he or she should not have to face the consequences of such acts.
- In actual life, whatever I do and whenever I do something, I have to face the consequences.
- The locus of control is always within me and hence, I have to face the consequences.
- Use of any of the terms of, or similar to, the terms of the TRY Business always lead to failure.
- I should avoid using the terms of TRY Business.
- I must exercise My Right myself.
- I must learn and obey The DIVINE LAWS.
- I must obey The Articles of The COVENANT.
- I must live by The FOUR Rules of Life.
- I must live by The Teachings in The Way of Life.
- Whenever I plan to do something, I must be determined about carrying out my plans.
- My work and my life will only function or happen according to my plans when I am willing to do it.
- I cannot function under pressure from some external agency, against my will nor can I pretend to do it.
- I should always remember that nothing happens by itself. I have to make an effort to make it happen.
- The locus of control of my life is within me, only I can change the things in my life. No one else can do that for me.
Frequently Asked Questions
Qn. Why are all the above terms doomed to failure?
Ans. Because the locus of control is not resident within the person using the above terms, therefore effort made by such an individual will be inherently defective and always result in failure.
Qn. What is the principle of locus of control?
Ans. The LAW of Consequences places the locus of control of an individual within himself or herself.
Qn. In all of the above statements, where is the locus of control claimed to be?
Ans. It is claimed or stated to be outside the individual in some undefined location, power or agency.
Some of the Partial Teachings are listed here from the Index:
- A Partial Teaching on GOD
- A Partial Teaching on Atma / Soul.
- A Partial Teaching on Janam and Jooni.
- A Partial Teaching on Salvation
- A Partial Teaching on Atma at The Court of The Chief Judge
- A Partial Teaching on Sin
- A Partial Teaching on The Story
- A Partial Teaching on Purpose of Life
- A Partial Teaching on Carrying Out The Life Task by Atma / Soul
- A Partial Teaching on Time