All actions—mental, verbal and physical—constitute Yajna. They should not be for mere selfish acquisition. This will only fatten your ego-sense and tighten your bondage to Samsara and sorrow. All life and activity is to be a self-offering or a giving of oneself for the service of and benefit and happiness of all beings.
Paropakara is the Mula Mantra of this life. Yajna or self-giving is the fundamental principle behind this life. The more you give yourself, the more you will succeed in casting aside this illusory egoism and the petty selfishness. The more you do this, the greater will become your awareness of your higher divine nature.
You will become spiritually aware of your true inner Self. The more your life becomes an active manifestation of dynamic
expression of Yajna, Paropakara and Nisvartha Seva, the greater will be your conquest over sorrows and sufferings and your ascent into peace and higher bliss into life.
Our Scriptures, says: “This body has been given to you, O mortal, for the well-being of others, for the service of others, for doing good unto others.” The awareness of this supreme purpose of
life has to be a source of happiness and helpfulness to others. This education, the right education of the soul to grow into the awareness of these principles, would be the factor to ensure lasting human unity, true human unity.