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  1. Why does a desire arise? Where does it come from? What is the purpose?

    All desires have got one goal, and that is happiness. If a desire brings unhappiness, it has not reached its goal. The goal of desires is to bring happiness. So, that is the purpose. Where does it come from? It comes when you are not aware of you ...
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    Be in the now. Desire wants to be happy tomorrow. Be happy and joyful now.   ...
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    The most fortunate are those who have no desires because there is fulfillment before a desire can arise.   ...
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    Desire is fever of the head, longing is the cry of the heart.   ...
  5. Quote

    Make your desire bigger. Desire for the highest. Don’t go for anything smaller. Then divine love dawns in you.   ...
  6. The World Belongs To You

    Pleasure or pain is an intense sensation in the 4 to 6 foot body. When we are not caught up in this then we are truly and sincerely able to say, "I belong to you." That is when all the cravings and aversions, desires and doubts fall off-- and in ...
  7. Celebrating the silence

    One who has given everything has also given freedom: Honor the freedom first and make good use of all things given to you. Your sankalpas (intentions) and desires separate you from God. Offer all the desires and your sankalpas to the Divine... then you ar ...
  8. You are pure electricity

    Desires for sense pleasure are electric in nature and they get neutralized as they move towards the objects of senses. If, by your skill, you could move them within you towards the centre of your existence, another dimension of everlasting pleasure, thril ...
  9. A Desire Kills Joy And All Desires Aim For Joy

    This couplet needs to be pondered over and over; for a whole lifetime is not sufficient enough to digest this knowledge. Whenever happiness has disappeared from your life, look deeper and you will see it is because of the desire. And all that we desire is ...
  10. Desire For Truth

    Buddha said that desire is the cause of all misery. If your desire does not get fulfilled, it leads to frustration and causes misery. Even if it does get fulfilled, it leaves you empty. Vasishta said that desire is the cause of pleasure. You get pleasure ...
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