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The saving power of a kind word

Even if we don’t give anything material, a mere compassionate word may be enough.

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Fear and Devotion

Fear drives people towards faith and not the understanding of spiritual principles or fundamental truths.

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Open your hearts

If we just open our hearts, we will experience the fresh air of grace.

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Light the lamp of hope

Without succumbing to despair, we should light up our hearts with the lamp of hope.

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Life is a lodge. Learn to check out happily

The goal of human life is God-realisation. We are not separate from God. A drop of this awareness is already present in us. What we need to do is expand this awareness and strengthen it.

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Zero to Hero

Arjuna had the attitude “I am a zero and Lord Krishna, my hero, is acting through me.” Such an attitude can convert even a zero into a hero.

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Be patient, Master is at work

We run all over the place in search of God. Just when our roots begin to grow, we start thinking, “I’m not gaining anything here. If I go over there I may get more.” What we really need is patience.

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Take little, give more

Even while experiencing hunger, they thought about other’s pain. Even while experiencing pain, they were able to show compassion to other beings. This was the nature of our forefathers. In the village where Amma grew up, 90% of the people lived off daily wages. Whatever they would earn on a particular day, they would spend […]

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Celebrate your failures as well

If our mind is filled with the light of God’s love, all experiences -good and bad- will be able to bring us happiness. We will be able to celebrate not only our successes but also our failures.

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Truth & Secrets in Life

Some things that we know to be displeasing, we won’t say to a persons face.