Love thy neighbour as thyself, Christ said. Being a good neighbour is a quality we should have in every circumstance and at every moment in life
Our conscience should always be like a well balanced needle on the measuring scale
Sri Krishna tried many times to prevent the war. Even though he met with failure, even after the war began he only advised the path by which the war could be transformed into an austerity.
18 July 2014 — Amritapuri, Satsang at the beach Question: Amma, it is said there is only one dharma [duty]—to realize the Self. But I seem to have so many dharmas—family dharma, office dharma, social dharma… Is there really only one dharma? Amma: For a spiritual person, the goal of life is to know the […]
15 March 2005 — Amritapuri The Puranas and Hindu epics are full of stories that seem simple on the surface, but upon deeper investigation reveal fathomless depth. This, in truth, is their greatness—the fact that everyone from a child to a scholar can hear them and come away with meaning appropriate for their stage and […]
3 March 2005, Amritapuri Journalism students get their first big interview “Newspapers are meant for dharma. And for the purpose of protecting dharma we have to live our dharma,” Amma said. She was talking to 15 students from Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham’s School of Journalism who She’d called to Her room after bhajans on 3rd March. […]
28 November 2002, Kochi Amma returns to India and is welcomed by devotees and the media alike. Amma returned from Her European and American Tour today. Upon Her arrival in Kochi, She took part in a press conference organized in the context of Her winning the Gandhi-King Award for Non-violence. Amma answered questions for about […]