Thoughts Affined to Motivational thoughts


Failure in a test lies in misusing powers and doing injustice whereas success in test lies in sticking to your duty in face of numerous afflictions and difficulties.


By Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya
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Being ignorant is not that shameful a matter as that of not being ready to learn.


By Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya
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He alone is wise who knows how to repair the broken and heal the wounded.


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A lie is ultimately a lie, it will be exposed tomorrow, if not today. When falsehood is exposed, it completely destroys man's respect.


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Don't indulge in self-praise. Your good deeds will speak for themselves.


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If God gives pain to somebody, it is only for a good purpose.


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The follower of truth has the strength of a thousand elephants.


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Those who have achieved harmony in their thoughts, words, and actions attain true awakening.

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In life two types of people meet failure: one who thinks right and does not follow up with action; the other, who does the actions without thinking.


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Do not do good with a business like motive. It gives  satisfaction only if done as a duty. Good done with the hope of getting good in return can give disappointment and vexation.


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The Sun is our great teacher. Without respite it tirelessly performs its task of serving the world by giving it light.


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Knowing the character of anybody, it does not remain difficult to know who are his friends.


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