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Find Out

“Instead of searching for what you do not have, find out what it is that you have never lost.”  ~Nisargadatta Maharaj

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Kindly Treated

“In other words, a devotee should not ignore any living entity. The devotee must know that in every living entity, however insignificant he may be, even in an ant, God is present, and therefore every living entity should be kindly treated and should not be subjected to any violence.”  ~A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupāda (source)

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You Don’t Know

  “You can plan for a hundred years. But you don’t know what will happen the next moment.” – Neem Karoli Baba  

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Light

“Death is not extinguishing the light; it is only putting out the lamp because the dawn has come.” ~Rabindranath Tagore

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Annette

“To see the universe as it is, you must step beyond the net. It is not hard to do so, as the net is full of holes. Look at the net and its many contradictions. You do and undo at every step. You want peace, love and happiness, and work hard to create pain, hatred …

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Not Your Problem

“The very idea of going beyond the dream is illusory. Why go anywhere? Just realize that you are dreaming a dream you call the world, and stop looking for ways out. “The dream is not your problem. Your problem is that you like one part of your dream and not another. Love all, or none …

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The Blue Yogi

via HinduCosmos and Sudha G.: Wall painting at the City Palace, now the Rao Madan Singh Trust Museum, Kota, Rajasthan. (via Instagram: Sudha G.) Sudha G. wrote: The Blue Yogi. Without any doubt, this was my favourite amongst all the wall paintings at the Kota Garh or Kota City Palace. It was this brilliant blue …

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Be

“Be self-controlled! Be charitable! Be compassionate!”  ~Excerpt from the Brihadarankyaka Upanishad

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Seated There

Excerpt from The Svetasvatara Upanishad: Retire to a solitary place, such as a mountain cave or a sacred spot. The place must be protected from the wind and rain, and it must have a smooth, clean floor, free from pebbles and dust. It must not be damp, and it must be free from disturbing noises. …

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