Teachings

True laughter comes from the heart.  Only with an innocent heart can we experience real joy and give joy to others.
Look at Nature. Nature is a book from which we must learn. Each object in it is a page of that book.
A true relationship is possible only when one is able to let go of all preconceived ideas and prejudices, and one when stops being possessed by the past.
The impermanent, which is the body, is given too much importance. The permanent, which is the Atman, is completely forgotten. This should change.
To receive God's grace, we first need the grace from ourselves.
An artist paints with focus; the painting becomes complete only through ekagrata (one-pointedness). Similarly, whatever is our goal, we need focus on that to make it complete.
We are not isolated islands, we are connected links in a chain. Each kind word, each smiling face, each good action, benefits our neighbor, our nation, and our world.
Devotion is not a mental weakness. Neither is it only the first step, but something like the substratum for attaining the goal.

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