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Refresh Your Mind With Pragvamshoo
Desire with full awareness, because every desire is bound to be fulfilled sometime or other. It may take a little more time because you are always standing in a queue; many others have desired before you, so it may take a little time. Sometimes your desire of this life may be fulfilled in another life, but desires are always fulfilled, this is one of the dangerous laws. So before you desire, think! Before you demand, think! Remember well that it is going to be fulfilled someday – and then you will suffer.
A solitary becomes an elect; he is the chosen, the chosen one of God. Why? – because a solitary never desires anything of this world. He does not need to, he has learned whatsoever was to be learned from this world; this school is finished, he has passed through it, transcended it…
“It has been well said that the food one consumes determines one’s thoughts. By eating the flesh of various animals, the qualities of these animals are imbibed. How sinful is it to feed on animals, which are sustained by the same five elements as human beings! This leads to demonic tendencies, besides committing the sin of inflicting cruelty on animals.”
Shri Satya Sai Baba,
“Happiness and sorrow are like passing clouds. One should not be elated in times of pleasure or depressed in times of pain. One should remain equal-minded, unaffected by happiness or sorrow. This is the sign of true devotion.” –
Shri Satya Sai Baba.
“One should so live that no pain is caused to other beings through one’s activities. And, one should be ever grateful for the kindness received.”
“Even if you fail to be helpful to others, do not cause harm to others. All spiritual aspirants should cherish in their hearts with gratitude the good done to them by others and always remember whatever form in which help was rendered to them.”
“Man is worse than even the dog, for he forgets favours received, he denies his Master, he trusts the ear even when the eye belies the ear. He behaves as if he has two tongues, Him, whom he praises to the sky today, belittles and disbelieves the next. The dog knows its master whatever role he may put on in the play-king, servant, clown. It is grateful for the leavings on your plate which it is allowed to lick after your meal. But man has no gratitude even for the amrita he gets.”
“When man thinks, speaks and acts along virtuous lines, his conscious will be clean and he will have inner peace, knowledge is power it is said, But virtue is peace.”
“Virtues or Sadgunas are like cows yielding health giving milk. Vices are tigers that fall upon the cows and tear them to pieces. If you build a barricade of NAMA, a fort with Name of the Lord, the tiger cannot harm you or your virtues.”
“Man is a creature of society and owes everything to society. Gratitude is a supreme virtue. Ingratitude is a
It will deprive a man of his God given right. There is no means of atonement for the ungrateful person.
If you wish to safeguard your future you have to be grateful to those who have helped you in your difficult time and enabled you to obtain your personal needs.”
“I must also condemn the absence of gratitude which is rampant today. Ingratitude is the hallmark of wild beasts, not of man.”
SHRI SATYA SAI BABA
(Gems of Wisdom)