Understanding Oneself

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Mahavir, the founder of Jainism, has a name that means the biggest and greatest of the bravehearts, yet, he never fought a war in his life.

So, why is it that he is called Mahavir.

He is said to gain victory upon himself.

Do we understand ourselves? Do we know what we want?

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Human Being | Writes about Personal Development | Pens Poetry Posthaste | Subscribe at https://seizetheday.substack.com

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Abhishek Verma

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Human Being | Writes about Personal Development | Pens Poetry Posthaste | Subscribe at https://seizetheday.substack.com

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