Thoughts Affined to Self-Study & Contemplation


Remember that you are not small. You are pure and light. Will you not behave in accordance with your nature ?


By Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya
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Whenever we think of ourselves, we should take ourselves healthy & handsome. We should never hear and see that which diminishes our pride, respect and importance.


By Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya
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If you want to become great, first be small. It is not possible to raise a high structure without a deep foundation.


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He alone is the true follower of the path of self-realization who thinks that he should do something to serve others.


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The least expensive, most useful and pleasing recreation is the study of literature on truth.


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Do not worry if health, glory, clearness, diminish. The cause of worry is any one namely absence of a feeling of self-respect and diminution of spiritual power.


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Study of inspiring books is like communion with living deities;  it gives instant gifts of light and bliss.


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Anger is a kind of madness which destroys good thoughts.


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A lamp does not speak, it introduces itself through its light. Do not indulge in too much self praise. Give a chance to people to judge yourself purely through your actions.


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Do not let mind wander aimlessly, it leads to failure & downfall.


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Adopt the qualities of those whom you praise and be worthy of praise yourself.


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Do what is worth doing, think what is worth thinking on those who seem proper. Keep away from what seems improper.


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