Teachings

The truly courageous person is one who can go forward without faltering the least in the midst of adversity as he engages in a variety of tasks.
Only those who are humble can receive God's grace.  In someone who perceives God's presence in everything, there is no room for the ego.  So the first quality we need to develop within ourselves is humility.
Love is the center-point of life. We should perform all our actions while remaining focused on this center-point.
We have a treasure within us which we will never lose, and which no one can steal.  But we will not get it by searching outside.  We have to look inside.
A musk deer searches for the source of the fragrance of musk, but it won't find it because the fragrance comes from within itself. Bliss is not to be found outside of us; it exists within us.
The agony caused by the longing to see God is not sorrow; it is bliss. The state that we attain by calling and crying to God is equal to the bliss that the yogi experiences in samadhi.
We should acquire control of the mind and possess the power to stop it, like the brakes of a new car reduce the speed and stop the vehicle whenever necessary.
Creating fear and respect in order to teach obedience cannot be called disciplining. True constructive disciplining takes place when love is allowed to blossom.

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