Keep smiling always in all conditions. Be fearless and free from anxiety. Go on doing your duties and be happy.


By Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya
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If you want to become great, first be small. It is not possible to raise a high structure without a deep foundation.


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As worm eats up the cloth, so does jealousy a human being.


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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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One can stay in hell as if in heaven with a good book.


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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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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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True devotion is to see God in everything, to accept that He is the dispenser of justice, and to constantly avoid wrong doing.


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


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There is no fire like anxiety, there is no poison like hatred, there is no thorn like anger, and there is no net like greed.


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


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