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  1. (A member of the audience asked a question which was inaudible)

    Yes, there are three kinds of people in society – the good, the bad and the cunning ones. We get inspiration by seeing and knowing the good people in society. From the bad people in society we learn and understand that we can actually do good and ...

  2. Gurudev, how to forgive. Please tell us.

    When you find a person to be a culprit, then see then from a broader angle. The person is a culprit because he is a victim himself or herself. They don’t have knowledge, they are ignorant and they have scars and pain in their own heart. They are a victim a ...
  3. Karma, dharma, and adhyatama (spirituality), which should be given foremost importance in life?

    Will you first watch television, or first listen and then watch it later?
    Will that work? No, it goes simultaneously. Dharma, karma, adhyatma, they all go hand-in-hand. ...
  4. Why do money, power and fame go to the perfectly wrong person?

    It does not go to the wrong person. It goes to the right person but I think when money, power and fame come, the person becomes wrong. When he becomes wrong he starts losing all of it. Lakshmi also moves away from him. ...
  5. Should I fear telling the truth especially against a person I respect very much?

    If you respect someone it is only but natural that you speak the truth to them. Just adulation or sweet talking is not respect. Truth means expressing yourself with simplicity and naturalness, whatever is in your heart. Not with arrogance, anger or aggre ...
  6. The Subtle Truth About Virtues

    If we observe our behavior, we procrastinate doing something good but we are in a hurry when it comes to doing something bad. For example if we are angry we want to express it immediately and not wait. Do you know WHY? Because virtues are your very nature ...
  7. Virtues

    Virtues cannot be cultivated. You have to assume that they are there. In the Gita, Krishna said to Arjuna, "Grieve not Arjuna, you are born with virtues." The seeker should remember that he is born with virtues; otherwise he could not have been ...
  8. Do it till you become it!

    Virtues have to be practised till they become your nature. Friendliness, compassion and meditation should continue as practices till you realise that they are your very nature. The flaw in doing something as an act is that you look for a result. When it i ...
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