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  1. War: Worst act of reason

    Worst Act of Reason is War. Every war has a reason, and the reason justifies the war. Those who engage in war, reason it out. But reason is limited. As reason changes, justification falls apart. All the reasons for every war appear to be justifiable to so ...
  2. How to deal with Anxiety

    Today many are anxious about how to deal with their anxiety! Here are some of the ways you can manage your anxiety: Sing, dance and celebrate. The very intention to celebrate will pull you away from anxiety to a more harmonious state. Think about what you ...
  3. Terrorism: The cause and the remedy

    The act which is only destructive and inflicts suffering both on oneself and others is terrorism. In such an act, human values are lost in the process of achieving a goal. Some of the factors that lead to terrorism are: Frustration and desperation to achi ...
  4. Is war violence or non-violence?

    Violence and non-violence do not depend on the act but on the intention behind it. The basis of violence is anger, lust, hatred, jealousy, greed, frustration or aggression. A surgeon cuts open a person's belly; so does a criminal. The action is simil ...
  5. Honey

    Let the wind that blows be sweet Let the oceans flow honey Let all the herbs and plant kingdom be favourable to us Let the nights be sweet and let the days be sweet Let the dust of this planet be sweet to us Let the heavens and our forefathers be sweet to ...
  6. Drop Your Intentions

    A strong tendency to keep doing something, whether important or unimportant, becomes an impediment to meditation. Doing starts first with an intention and then translates into action. Though intention springs from the Being, when it becomes doing it doesn ...
  7. Volunteer

    Who is a volunteer? One who comes to help, without being asked to help; one who is self-motivated, inspired, becomes a volunteer. There is the possibility of the inspirational motivation going down in a volunteer, which could bring frustration. Usually vo ...
  8. Adulation

    Adulation shows the magnanimity of the one who adores, rather than the one who is adored! Adulation indicates that the ego has become transparent; the best antidote for ego is adulation. Adulation works in three ways: If it is for someone else, it is not ...
  9. Seva

    There are five types of seva. The first type of seva is when you do not even know that you are doing seva. You do not recognize it as seva because it is your very nature- you cannot but do it! The second type of seva is what you do because it is needed in ...
  10. Dreaming the Impossible

    Question: Guruji, how can we control daydreams? Sri Sri: Dream in the night! (laughter) What is daydreaming? You have a desire but you do not have the faith that you can achieve your desire- that is what you call daydreaming. You can control daydreaming b ...
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