Question : We have got nothing to give. One who wants to take, can take everything from us.
Answer : In ‘We have got nothing to give’, ‘nothing’ is in the context of worldly things, whereas ‘can take everything from us’ is in the context of Spirituality.
(Reference : Sanatan’s Holy text – ‘The Teachings of Saint Bhaktaraj Maharaj)
Science is incomplete, untrue and transient; whereas, Spirituality is complete, true and eternal !
The ‘Truth’ in science constantly undergoes changes : The following happens with respect to science. A scientist does some research and draws some inference from it. The world praises his inference. After some time, another scientist does research on the same subject and improvises the research made by earlier scientists or proves the earlier scientists wrong and establishes his own opinion. This means the ‘Truth’ propounded by the earlier scientist through research becomes ‘untruth’ over a period.
The teaching on Dharma provided by Saints never undergoes a change : Saints have true knowledge of Dharma. Their teaching is by itself Dharma. Saint Bhaktaraj Maharaj (Sanatan Sanstha’s source of inspiration and faith), wrote many bhajans (Devotional songs) with the blessings of His Guru on various topics such as Bhaktiyoga, Jnanayoga, etc. Saint Bhaktaraj Maharaj used to say about these devotional songs, “Try to change a word here or there, it will not be possible”. Since Saints have become one with God, their words are the words of God Himself. Hence, the teaching on Dharma provided by Saints never undergoes a change !