Know precious things from Lord Shiva
Lord Shiva had told Goddess Parvati 5 such things which are useful for every human being, knowing that everyone should follow them.
1. What is the biggest religion and greatest sin
On asking Goddess Parvati, Lord Shiva has told her about the biggest religion of human life and what is considered unrighteous. Lord Shankar says-
श्लोक- नास्ति सत्यात् परो नानृतात् पातकं परम्।।
Shloka - nasti satyat paro naanrittat patakam param.That is, the biggest religion for a human being is to speak the truth or to support the truth, and the biggest iniquity is to speak untruth or to support him.
Therefore, everyone should always include those who have truth in their mind, their words and their actions, because there is no greater religion than this. Saying untruth or supporting falsehood in any way can lead to human ruin.
2. Keep in mind this one more thing with working
श्लोक- आत्मसाक्षी भवेन्नित्यमात्मनुस्तु शुभाशुभे।
shlok- aatmasaakshee bhavennityamaatmanustu shubhaashubhe.That is, a man should be a witness of his own work, that is, whether he does good or bad. He should never think that no one is watching his actions.
While doing wrong things in the mind of many people, the same feeling is in the mind that no one is watching them and that is why they go on doing sinful work without any fear, but the truth is something else. Man is himself witness to all his actions. If a person always keeps this feeling in mind then he will stop himself from committing any sinful act.
3. Never wish to do these three things
श्लोक-मनसा कर्मणा वाचा न च काड्क्षेत पातकम्।
shlok-manasa karm vaacha na ch kaadkshet paatakam.That is to say, Lord Shiva further says that no human should desire to sin by mind, speech and deeds. Because as man does, he has to suffer the same results.
That is, human beings should not allow any such thing to come in their mind, which according to religious texts, should be considered a sin. Neither should you take such a thing out of your mouth, nor do any such thing, which will cause any trouble or sorrow to others. By committing sin, a person not only has to suffer the consequences of being alive but also has to suffer torture in hell after killing him.