WHAT IS THE USE OF THIS MATRERIAL WORLD part 1, by Dhiralalita (after her guardians)
This world is like a prison camp. It is not our original abode. It is meant for certain purposes. After that we are to proceed to our original home. This world is not a desirable place. It is not good to be enticed to stay here for a long time, forgetting our original abode, where we stay with God, back home back to Godhead. We are the eternal servants of God (Bhagavan). When we decide to lord it over the universe we are allowed these facilities for temporary purposes. But they do not serve our eternal purposes. It would be better to seek out a place where we can find real peace. Here, on this plane, we are always liable to be disturbed. By these disturbances Providence wants to teach us that the world is not our eternal habitation, but that real peace is to be found in Him, God. Being thus troubled we will naturally like to go back to the original place. 
Life in this world should be conducted peacefully instead of in the spirit of retaliation. We should learn to suffer all these things by submitting to His Holy Wishes. If we do so we may have that very peace here. It is because we are ambitious to dominate that we are brought here. If we require more than we are allowed, we are in trouble in this world. We are better off going back to our own position, to our only Friend: The Supreme Personality of Godhead. He is the only resort of all our needs and desires. But if we take the burden upon ourselves to run into the wrong direction, we run into troubles in the shape of our daily transactions. We should not be so tempted. The world’s beauty and daily offers are meant to delude us to think this world to be a comfortable place. But this just an illusion, all real improvement should lead to Godhead. It should give us all useful things by which to get rid of these temptations. As we are men and women we should lend our ears to know about the better situation of the transcendental world where the best aspects of the Reality are exhibited. Here in this world we suffer from the difficulties of our eclipsed vision. It is, therefore, better to look after that spiritual region, our original position, by the side of God.
(To be continued)
Comment by one of my followers: You are GOD dreaming you…asleep dreaming this dream ..how do I get back to GOD…you are god now let the GOD wake up in you…its all Good..
Answer: We are one and different from God, i.e. one in quality, different in quantity. Your statements about being God is not supported by shastra
( scriptures).
However the concept of being one but different from God is supported by the Vedantah Sutra and the upanishads:
om purnam adah purnam idam
purnat purnam udacyate
purnasya purnam adaya
purnam evavasisyate
The Personality of Godhead is perfect and complete, and because He is completely perfect, all emanations from Him, such as this phenomenal world, are perfectly equipped as complete wholes. Whatever is produced of the Complete Whole is also complete in itself. Because He is the Complete Whole, even though so many complete units emanate from Him, He remains the complete balance.
then verse 7:
One who always sees all living entities as spiritual sparks, in quality one with the Lord, becomes a true knower of things. What, then, can be illusion or anxiety for him?
The concept of oneness with God is incorrect because the part cannot be equal to the whole. Knowledge that one is one in quality yet different in quantity is correct transcendental knowledge leading one to become full in himself, having nothing to aspire to or lament over. 
Referring to Shastras is called Pramana or proof, support. For those who do not know, the vedas are very old and go back far in time. You can shoot from your head, speculate forever but who will listen? However, when a group of great saints, Vaishnavas, speak those truths, then it is called revealed scriptures, not man made. It comes from the Original source, it comes from the divine. Try to read the Bhagavad Gita by example and see what it speaks: it explains the soul, it explains God, or the absolute truth, and it explains the relationship with the Supreme, Bhagavan. It is very easy to use words, but to live what you speak is the most difficult, especially in these times where the world is very tempting with its movies, music, literature, technology at its best. So I live what I speak of, I practice Bhakti, and therefore I have a bit more weight doing this.
This is a big topic worth many more talks!
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