Theist: Dear Swamji, Dandawat pranam, I am following Dharma including yoga since last 10 years. I have given up everything including studies for God. But I AM NOT HAPPY.
Swami Ram Swarup: My blessings to you. The meaning of dharam in Vedas mean the moral duties which are to be discharged faithfully. And those moral duties are mentioned in all four Vedas,
especially in Yajurved. Present Dharam (religions) are made of human being not by God. So, without studying Vedas, the eternal and true meaning of Dharam cannot be known and cannot be followed to
get peace. So, duties are to be performed and not to be left until complete asceticism is attained. Really to leave your study and everything without knowing God’s preaches in Vedas, you have committed sin. Then how you will get happiness. Yajurved mantra 40/2 states that human being should do always pious deeds which is also a worship of God. Yajurved mantra 40/14 states that worldly progress (education, science, deeds etc.) and spiritual progress should go simultaneously.

So nothing is to be left as you see God helps those who help themselves. So nothing is to be left on God alone. You are advised to make contact with local learned persons and dignitaries of Vedas and
Yoga Philosophy for further guidance. You may take assistance from Arya Samaj mandir.

Soul: Dear Swamiji, namaste, a book ruined my life. It causes depression . Satyarth Prakash is too hard to follow. It makes us suicidal.
Swami Ram Swarup: Namasteji. One should be careful of his valuable human life. It is not to be ruined.

Lalit: Respected Maharajji Pranam. A yogi who has burned all his sanskars after vedic practices and has attained mokshya will not take birth and would be in blissful state for 36,000 times of
creation and destruction if this universe . But after that period when that soul again takes birth can that soul fall in maya and do worst of karmas and after many birth suffers heavily – disease , worries , birth as animals etc. Is it possible?
Swami Ram Swarup: My blessings to you, my son. After taking birth, a Yogi is dealt with normal procedure of birth.