If we fight with parents for money with our parents, she may give but not with her heart. We argue with parents for our wants. They are working for kids.
This principle alone, when absorbed in your daily routine, fills your life with immense peace and harmony.
Let us look at two scenarios to help us see what understanding is needed to avoid clashes.
Scenario 1 - When you clash with someone:
Say you bang your head against a wall, you get hurt, but the wall remains unaffected. In the same way, when you clash with someone it means that you are creating the conflict and therefore hurting yourself.
Scenario 2 - When someone comes to clash with you:
When a charging bull comes your way, even if you are a king you would have to move aside to avoid getting hurt. When such situations arise in your life you should avoid clashing with the other person and move aside to avoid getting hurt.
By applying the keys within these pages in your day-to-day life, you can create a peaceful environment around you. Param Pujya Dadashri has exposed this science behind ‘Avoid Clashes’ and you can read more about it here.