Dharm is only one kind and is the same for everyone – humanity and social responsibility. One should have: rishi chintan, good character and shalinta by nature.
Just like sun has many rays and oceans have many waves – we are all rays and waves from the same source.
Dharm has ten characteristics
- Truth and intellect
- Control and responsibility
- Anushasan and vrat dharan
- Sneh sounjanya and parakram
- Sehkar and paramarth
- Body should be without disease.
- Heart (man) should be balanced.
- Character should be clean and bright.
Chapter 5 (Discipline and culture)
Your values should be strong even in the toughest times.
There is strength in numbers that is why culture is important, otherwise everyone will behave in whichever way they want causing all sorts of problems.
Every soldier understands the meaning of discipline. Even the smallest creatures like ants and termites know the benefit of discipline.
It is easy to spot a disciplined person.
Chapter 6 (About civilized behavior)
Your own behavior will echo for you in the other person – just like an echo in the well or a bouncing ball. (if you are rude then the other person will also be rude etc.)
One should not be lazy. Do the work for good, think good thoughts. The more the person is lazy the more he will think bad thoughts and lose everything.
Don’t do injustice and don’t tolerate injustice and don’t ignore injustice.
Chapter 7 (Sehkaar – cooperation)
One can only win and accomplish anything by cooperating with others. One should have charitable habits.