Sri-M-12

Sri M said…

One of the greatest obstacles to Truth is sloth. Swami Vivekananda realized this and implemented its removal in his own life.

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Sri-M-11

Sri M said…

Look at a river, it furrows through the sand, on both sides there are banks. It builds its own banks.

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Sri-M-10

Sri M said…

As you read the Upanishads, you will find in many places, that the seeker of the truth is addressed ‘Satya Kama’

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Sri-M-8

Sri M said..

“Sat-chit-ananda” is a three-syllable word— ‘Sat’, ‘Chitta’ and ‘Ananda’. ‘Sat’ meaning reality,

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Sri-M-7

Sri M said…

The ‘One’ who is behind all thought and action is witness to everything — the unaffected witness to all that takes place.

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Sri-M-4

Sri M said…

Words are very powerful! If somebody doesn’t know the language, they won’t understand a word,

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Sri-M-1

Sri M said…

This (examination to know thyself) is possible only in the midst of society. You cannot really study your mind

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Sri-M-17

Sri M said…

One has to carefully and vigilantly watch one’s self as one actually is, before proceeding to explore

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