The greatest obstacle in the path of spiritual development is man's egoistic thought. It is possible for man to save himself from this evil condition by keeping in mind the transience of the world.

By Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya
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If the elders practice what they preach to their children, this world will become a heaven.


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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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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Live your life smiling and laughing like flowers.


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The person, who has inculcated abundant live and generosity in one’ life, is verily the greatest artist.


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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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Man is the master of his own destiny. If one can change his thinking process, he or she can control the circumstances.


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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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Generosity, empathy, and tenderness are the guidelines of serving others.


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A man is free to do anything; but there is no choice regarding the selection of its consequences.


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SHIVOHUM (I am akin to Lord Shiva): Shiva means auspicious. Essentially I am a blessed person; so how can there be any place for evil in my thoughts, feelings or actions? If any inappropriate trait has stuck to me due to bad company/surroundings, it is foreign to my essential nature and I resolve to rid myself of this dross.


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