Thoughts Affined to Self-Study & Contemplation


A conscience is a guide who cannot remain without inflicting punishment for misdeeds. But it has given warning for avoiding misdeed number of times.


By Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya
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Adopt the qualities of those whom you praise and be worthy of praise yourself.


By Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya
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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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Scriptures and holy books are like teachers who impart life-transforming teachings without canning or admonition.


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The only test of the development of intellect is whether one has started controlling uncontrolled desires.



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Do not look for others defects and evils. Look towards yourself also. They alone have a right to take others defects who are keen to reform themselves.


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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 listen what people say, only see whether you have been able to do what is worth doing.


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Human energies should never be used for the indulgence of greed or desire.



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Live your life smiling and laughing like flowers.


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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.


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Practical and behavioural instruction is more effective than (verbal) oral and written teaching.


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