Do not do unto others that, which you would dislike to be done unto you.


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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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Those who have achieved harmony in their thoughts, words, and actions attain true awakening.


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He alone is wise who knows how to repair the broken and heal the wounded.


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He who speaks too much and pretends to show his knowledge is not wise. Wise is he who integrates his conduct with his knowledge.


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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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The Sun is our great teacher. Without respite it tirelessly performs its task of serving the world by giving it light.


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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.


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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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A coward dies several times before death, but the brave one face death only on the date of death.


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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.


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Man falls down a thousand times. He should try to get-up, rise a thousand times, every time higher than from where he had fallen.


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