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  1. Gurudev, what is the secret to happiness?

    The secret to happiness is in being without desires, and in focusing on how you can serve others. The more you serve, the more happiness you will get.Having this feeling, 'I don't want anything for myself, I am contented', bring happiness. An ...
  2. Gurudev, is it practically possible to be ever smiling and happy in life you? What is your trade secret? I promise I’ll never compete with you.

    I want competition! I want everybody to compete with me! I don’t want that promise from you at all. In fact, you should tell me that you will always compete with me. There is an ancient saying, 'Shishyat icchet parajayam’, a teacher always wishes ...
  3. 5 Secrets to Happiness

    Once a wise man drew a line on a board and told his student to make the line shorter without touching or erasing it. How would you do it? You have to shorten a line without touching it. The intelligent one (referring to the student) then drew a much longe ...
  4. Whether You Win or lose

    After the Satsang a small group of about 150 people met with Guruji and were playing with the words and arguing with him and telling him how mean he is that he doesn't spend much time with them and yet has stolen their hearts. Guruji kept winning by ...
  5. Expand Your Vices

    If you cannot get rid of vices, increase them. Worry, pride, anger, lust, grief- give them a bigger dimension and a different direction. Anger- what is the point of getting angry about small events? Be angry about the infinite, about Brahma. Ego, pride- I ...
  6. Diwali message by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

    diwali-misunderstanding_b.jpg Hearty Diwali greetings to all of you. Diwali is the festival of light, and light signifies wisdom. Today, we need to globalize wisdom. People of various cultures, religions and nationalities will have to come together and re ...
  7. Diwali: The time to light lamps of wisdom

    Originating from the Sanskrit word ‘Deepavali’, it literally means rows (Avali) of lights (Deepa). This festival of lights is celebrated on the darkest night (Amavasya) of the Kartik month in the Indian calendar, and it symbolizes the vanquishing of ignor ...
  8. Diwali

    diwali-true-wisdom.jpg Time and space are infinite. Grains of sand are countless. Atoms in the universe are innumerable. So also the stars and the galaxies. The same is with life on this planet, neither is there a beginning nor is there an end because lif ...
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