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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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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Meaningful and inspirational advice is that one, which is not voiced, but presented by one’s own conduct.


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Realize your value and have faith that you are the most distinct person in the world.


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A smiling face is a kind of flower, seeing which the mind of spectators is automatically attracted towards it.


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God has himself given eyes, ears, hands, feet and nostrils in pairs, but tongue is only one. Therefore, speak less and do more.


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Om  bhurbhuvah swah  tatsaviturvarenyam  bhargo devasya dhimahi dhiyo yo nah  prachodayat.

In short it is a prayer to the Almighty Supreme God, the Creator of entire cosmos, the essence of our life existence, who removes all our pains and sufferings and grants happiness beseeching His divine grace to imbibe within us His Divinity and Brilliance which may purify us and guide our righteous wisdom on the right path. 


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If wealth is lost, nothing is lost. If health is lost, something is lost. If character is lost, everything is lost.


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Prosperity is not attained by earning money, but by building good character and clean thinking.


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Anger is a kind of madness which destroys good thoughts.


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The arrogant do not have any Lord anywhere, the jealous do not have any neighbour and the wrathful do not have any friend.


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If man begins to reform himself, he can reform the world very well.


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