Thoughts Affined to Motivational thoughts


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.


By Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya
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Make your thoughts sublime and auspicious. Refine & purify them. They will take you to the supreme bliss of heaven.


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As worm eats up the cloth, so does jealousy a human being.


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Man falls down a thousand times. He should try to get-up, rise a thousand times, every time higher than from where he had fallen.


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Keep smiling always in all conditions. Be fearless and free from anxiety. Go on doing your duties and be happy.


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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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Don’t pay attention to what people say. Instead, see whether the goal that was worth attaining has been achieved or not.


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There is no greater virtue than to inspire someone to righteous action.


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One who gives a practical shape to his inner virtues, achieves ultimate victory.


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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.


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He who speaks too much and pretends to show his knowledge is not wise. Wise is he who integrates his conduct with his knowledge.


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Mind is not made of stone or glass, which cannot be changed. Mind can be reformed as well as changed by making an effort.


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