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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The man's real wealth is his thinking and not his money.


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The practice of good conduct consists in giving respect to others, gentleman like etiquette and sweet speech. These are the means of increasing respect for one's personality.



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


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It is through self-purification and self-introspection that a soul attains God-hood.


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AYMATMA BRAHMA (Thy soul is a Spark of Brahma (Divine)): As the ocean is water so also is a drop. Every ray of the Sun has the qualities of its Radiator. Howsoever small the Soul confined by the ego may seem it has the capacity of uniting with its origin – Brahma. Both tap and tank are capable of giving water. So why should I remain caged in the false sense of identity with the ego and feel miserable; why not become Omnipresent?

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Cultivate the habit of seeing the bright side of people. It will develop the routes of your personality and will preach love, tolerance and good will in the world.


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The proper use of time is the basis of success, so use it wisely.


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


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The same way a worm eats away the cloth, jealousy eats away man.


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Our mind is a fertile field. You can produce what ever you like by doing right. Use it properly- As you sow, so you reap.


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