Sri-M-11

Sri M said…

Happiness is a universal search. Whether one is a believer or a non–believer, Hindu, Muslim, Christian or Sikh –

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Sri-M-10

Sri M said…

To find yourself, to examine yourself, to look at life – try and become as less selfish or ‘less self-centered’ as possible.

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Sri-M-9

Sri M said…

The state where you remain alone in your true self – enjoying the bliss of your inner being

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Sri-M-8

Sri M said…

A teacher should be a polished mirror – so that when you look, you see your actual reflection

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Sri-M-7

Sri M said…

The message from ancient India has been that all humanity is one and the happiness of humanity at large is the aim of human life

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Sri-M-6

Sri M said…

Sorrow is central. In fact, the very teaching of Buddha was freedom from sorrow for all humanity.

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Sri-M-5

Sri M said…

It is when you are face-to-face with sorrow that you turn and look at that which is beyond.

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Sri-M-3

Sri M said…

Whatever be the situations, look at them carefully and try to work out how best you can handle them.

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Sri-M-2

Sri M said…

People usually think spiritual realisation is for free. This is not true. ‘He who giveth, shall receive’.

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Sri-M-1

Sri M said…

Once I examine myself and find there are things to be improved in my self – the first step is to move in the positive direction

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