Why has Mr. Arvind Kejriwal suddenly stopped abusing PM Modi? by @DrAwdheshSingh
Answer by Awdhesh Singh:
Your question reminds me the following story from the life of Gautam Buddha
There was a man named Akkosa who found out that one of his clansmen had just become a disciple of the Buddha. He was outraged. He went to the Buddha and started hurling abuses and insults at the Buddha.
The Buddha was unmoved in the slightest by this barrage of insults and just asked a question in return.
“Do you sometimes receive visitors as guests?”
“Yes I do” replied Akkosa.
“And when they come, do you offer them food and drink and courtesies?” asked the Buddha.
“Yes, sometimes I do” Akkosa said.
“So what if your guests don’t accept what you offer to them – where do the food, drink and courtesies return to?”
“They return to me of course!” Akkosa answered.
“Akkosa, you came here today, hurling insults and abuse at me. I do not accept what you have offered. So where do these insults and abuse return?”
Akkosa got the message.
I think that Arvind Kejriwal too has got the right message and learned the same lesson in the very hard way.
He has accumulated so much of abuses and insults thrown at other people that he is finding it very difficult to live with them and impossible to get out of them .