There are two ways to be happy: minimize your needs; and live in harmony with the circumstances.


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


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Scriptures and holy books are like teachers who impart life-transforming teachings without canning or admonition.


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God does not ask for success but for effort.


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To deceive others is to deceive oneself. The inner self recognizes this downfall and constantly rebukes us.


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Do not conduct yourself with others in ways that you yourself do not like to be behaved with.


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Life is nothing but a continuous measure of our potential, the greater we stretch our capabilities the more we can gain from life.



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To waste time in fruitless pursuits is to hinder one’s own self.


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The education that fosters ego, laziness and immoral behavior; then it's better to remain uneducated.


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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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He alone is a true warrior who maintains his integrity, courage, and patience in adversity.

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



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