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Every good thought sent out rebonds with a hundred times its force on the sender himself; so too bo bad thoughts. Let us, therefore, avoid sending out even a single bad thought.

  • January 8, 2014
    The guru and disciple relationship is unavoidable. Every great master has been under the guidance of a teacher. So it is not true when they say that a teacher is not necessary—that we can reach there just through books. But you have to understand very carefully. To say the guru is necessary dRead More >>
  • January 8, 2014
    The relation between the Guru and the disciple is extremely sacred, everlasting and spiritual. There is no worldly relationship to which it can be compared. The true and ideal disciple's devotion to his Guru excels the devotion that an ideal son has for his father, an ideal Pativrata has for her husRead More >>
  • January 7, 2014
    Sumi Roy, a bubbling youngster from Guwahati, Assam is one of the newest sevaks of Chinmaya Mission. She was a member of the National Cadet Corps for over four years and later on joined the National Service Scheme for another six years, organising awareness and empowerment programs. She won the DistRead More >>
  • January 7, 2014
    The two-year Vedanta course at Sandeepany Sadhanalaya in Mumbai demands rigorous personal discipline, deep devotion and intense scriptural study Chinmaya Mission’s training program is no ordinary course of study. It is a 24/7 commitment of body, mind and soul to aRead More >>
  • January 7, 2014
    The fear in man about the hereafter has risen from his failure to appreciate the logical continuity and the per¬fect sequence that is ever found in life. To consider that death is the end of an existence which started with the accident of birth, is a philosophy too rudimentary to be considered compRead More >>
  • January 7, 2014
    If I am not the body, the merciless destinies through which it is being dragged are also not mine. The endless changes that come to me—birth, growth, decay disease and death, all belong to the physical body, because ‘I’ the self am unborn. When there is no birth for Me there can be no death eiRead More >>
  • January 7, 2014
    Religion is a privilege of man and not an instinct of the animals. To the animal, life is one round of eating, sleeping and mating. Man, even when he has food, shelter, clothing and recreation does not feel satisfied. He yearns to seek for a greater purpose in life. So long as he has not these minimRead More >>
  • January 7, 2014
    I am what I am, a confused confounded entity. At one moment I am a sweet little thing, at another, a terri¬ble monster, because of the variety of gratifications of my physical demands of lusts, mental demands for emotio¬nal satisfactions and because of my perturbed intellect, tossed by its endlessRead More >>
  • January 7, 2014
    A problem in life is a challenge to be faced. The outer problems, created by the arrangement of happenings and the pattern of the available environment are all actually interpreted by the mind, judged by the intellect. Then only responses arise from us towards them. Behind the hands and the legs, weRead More >>

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