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Quote Made By The Personality, Whether Famous Or Not. The law is what it is - a majestic edifice, sheltering all of us, each stone of which rests on another. If I have the belief that I can do it, I will surely acquire the ca acity to do it, even if I may not have it in the beginning. !hen dealing with the insane, retend to be sane. "ou thin# that good is hating what is bad. !hat is bad is the hating mind itself. !e secure our friends not by acce ting favors but by doing them. $very form of addiction is bad, no matter whether the narcotic be alcohol or mor hine or idealism. If a man hasn%t discovered something that he would die for, he isn%t fit to live. &isfortunes always come in by the door that has been left o en for them. I am free of all rejudice. I hate everyone equally. 'uy mental eace at any cost. (e%er get tensions even if free of cost. The only thing we have to fear is fear itself. )orgive that you may be forgiven. Thin#ing. The tal#ing of the soul with itself.

Name Of The Personality. -John Gallsworthy -Mahatma Ghandhi. -anon. -Bon Kai, Buddhist monk. -Thucydides. -Car Jung. -Martin Luther King Jr. -Czech ro!er". -#.C. $ields. -%.& &ingh. -$rederick ' (oose!elt. -&eneca. - lato.

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Thin# success and get succeed, thin# failure and get failed. +et all the laws be clear, uniform and recise. To inter ret laws is almost always to corru t them. $gotist, - erson more interested in himself than in me. -s# for the jewel and you will be given not even a bauble, as# for not even a si and you will be gifted an ocean. +aw is the #ing of #ings, far more owerful and rigid than they, by whose aid, even the wea# revail over the strong. If you love somebody, let them go. If they return, they were always yours, if they don%t, they never were. 'eauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. .onversation is feminine, debate is masculine. /trength doesn%t come from hysical ca acity. It comes from an indomitable will. Investigate well, show favor to none, maintain im artiality, consult the law, then give judgment - this is the way of justice 0ustice that love gives is a surrender, justice that law gives is unishment. To love is to #now &e, &y innermost nature, the truth that I am. 1bstacles are those frightful things you see when you ta#e your eyes off your goal. $ach betrayal begins with trust.

-anon. -,)oltaire -*m"rose Bierce -sel+. -anon. -anon. -anon. - &herry -Mahatma Ghandhi. -Thiru!allu!ar Thirukural -Mahatma Ghandhi. -Bhag!ad Gita ,-..//0 -%enry $ord. - hish

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1ur greatest roblems in life come not so much from the situations we confront as from our doubts about our ability to handle them. (othing in life is to be feared. It is only to be understood. The only way of discovering the limits of the ossible is to venture a little way ast them into the im ossible. /trength is just an accident arising from the wea#ness of others. 3on%t afraid of going slowly, be afraid of standing still. "ou yourself are your own obstacle. 1nce, when my feet were bare, and I had not the means of obtaining shoes, I came to the chief of 4ufah in a state of much dejection, and saw there a man who had no feet. I returned than#s to 5od and ac#nowledged his &$6.I$/, and endured my want of shoes with atience. 1ur greatest glory is not in never failing but in rising each and every time we fail. I%m not in com etition with anybody but myself. &y goal is to beat my last erformance. 'eing im atient to e7 erience the result of effort is li#e trying to eat unri e fruit. 1h 5od8 grant me the serenity to acce t the things I can%t change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to #now the difference. I can acce t failure. $veryone fails at something. 'ut I can%t acce t not trying. !hy is it that when your cu of ha iness is full, somebody always jogs your elbow9 I love you not only for what you are, but for what I am when I am with you.

-&usan Taylor. -Marie Curie. -*rthur Clarke. -Jose1h Conrad. -Ja1anese 1ro!er". -(.2. Tagore.

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-&adi, 3The Gulistan4.

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-Con+ucious. -Celine 'ion. -anon. -The &erenity rayer. -Michael Jordan. -%elen (owland. -5liza"eth B Browning.

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The romise given was a necessity of the ast, the word bro#en is a necessity of the resent. &ay you live all the days of your life. Its never too late to be what you might have been. )ailing to lan is lanning to fail. ;e who is ashamed of as#ing is ashamed of learning. The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two o osed ideas in the mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function. &en are born with two eyes, but only one tongue, in order that they should see twice as much as they say. -lways do what you are afraid to do. /uicide is our way of saying to 5od, <"ou can%t fire me, I quit8% I don%t believe in 5od but I%m afraid of ;im. +ove your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and ray for them who s itefully use you, and ersecute you= for our father ma#e the sun rise on the evil and the good, and send rain on the just and on the unjust. >iolence is the last refuge of the incom etent. ?rejudice begins with ignorance and ends with understanding @uiet minds can%t be er le7ed or frightened, but go on in fortune or misfortune at their own rivate ace, li#e a cloc# during a thunderstorm.

-2iccolo Machia!elli. -Jonathan &wi+t. -George 5liot. -*lan Lakein. -'anish 1ro!er". -$.&cott $itzgerald. -Charles Colton. -(. #. 5merson. -Bill Maher -Ga"riel Mar6uez.

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-Jesus Christ.

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-7saac *simo! -anon. -(o"ert Louis &te!enson.

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0ust don%t give u trying to do what you really want to do. !here there is love and ins iration, I don%t thing you can go wrong. 3o not allow yourselves to be disheartened by any failure as long as you have done your best. ?atient and regular ractice is the whole secret of s iritual realiBation. 3on%t be in a hurry= do your utmost, and leave the rest to 5od. /uccess is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm. .reativity involves brea#ing out of established atterns to loo# at things in a different way. To be able to feel the lightest touch really is a gift. "ou #now it%s love when all you want is that erson to be ha y, even if you%re not art of their ha iness. +ove is always about o en arms. If you close your arms around love, you will left holding only yourself. - smile is the shortest distance between two eo le. I couldn%t wait for success, so I went ahead without it. 3on%t give u , don%t lose ho e. 3on%t sell out. -t first, dreams seem im ossible, then im robable, and eventually inevitable. "ou fall in love with ersonality but you live with character. !hen I was holding a cu of ha iness, I never as#ed 5od, why me9. -nd today in ain I should not be as#ing 5od, why me9

-5lla $itzgerald. -Mother Teresa. -anon. -#inston Churchill. -5dward 'e Bono. -anon. -Julia (o"erts. -Leo Buscaglia. -)ictor Berge. -Jonathon #inters. -anon. -anon. -anon. -anon.

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0ust because someone doesn%t love you the way you want, doesn%t mean that they don%t love you with all they%ve got. I have found the arado7 that if I love until it hurts, then there is no hurt, but only more love.

-Janos *rany. -)ince Lom"ardi.

!orry doesn%t em ty tomorrow of its sorrows, it em ties -Corrie Then today of its strength. Boom. .reating without claiming, doing without ta#ing credit, guiding without interfering, this is rimal virtue. 1ne must be as humble as the dust before he can discover truth. 3ream lofty dreams, and as you dream, so shall you become. "our vision is the romise of what you shall one day beD your ideal is the ro hecy of what you shall at last unveil. 3on%t join an easy crowd. "ou won%t grow. 5o where the e7 ectations and the demands to erform are high. $arth rovides enough to satisfy every man%s need, but not every man%s greed. )ailure is the o intelligently. ortunity to begin again more -Ta1 te Ching. -Mahatma Gandhi. -anon.

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-Jim (ohn. -Mahatma Gandhi. -Moshe *rens.

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I #ee having informal conversations with 5odD it%s more of telling than as#ing. If somebody has hurt me, been rude to me or wronged me, I confide in 5od as I would to a friend or my mother. 'ut I never wish any harm should befall that erson= if somebody wrongs me, I ta#e it in my stride thin#ing I must have wronged that erson in my ast life. 1ne may be surrounded by wic#ed eo le who are treacherous and evil in their ways=. 'ut one should not be im atient with them or show hatred=(o erson is wic#ed by nature but circumstances and u bringing ma#e him so= if someone whom I hold dear turns to evil ways, I should strive to hel him with love. $ven so would I treat a stranger. +et me see the same /elf in the wic#ed manD let me not hate him.

-Lata mangeshkar.

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>ictory belongs to the most ersevering. The essential sadness is to go through life without loving. 'ut it is almost equally sad to leave this world without ever telling those you love that you do. ;ot heads and cold hearts never solved anything. - man can fail may times, but he isn%t a failure until he begins to blame somebody else. It is hard to believe that a man is telling the truth when you #now that you would lie if you were in his lace. )or 5od so loved the world that he gave ;is only son that whoever believes in ;im should not erish but have eternal life. !hoever doesn%t have a guide, /atan is his guide. !hen we ray alone to 5od, shedding tears, we will not feel lonely, 5od is surely with us. Inter retation is the revenge of the intellect u on art. "ou%ll brea# the worry habit the day you decide you can meet and master the worst that can ha en to you. ;e giveth more grace as our burdens grow greater, ;e sendeth as our labor increase To added afflictions ;e addedth his mercy To multi lied trials ;e multi lies ?eace. In every crisis there is a message. .rises are nature%s way of forcing change Fbrea#ing down old structures, sha#ing loose negative habits so that something new and better can ta#e their lace. !hen a man has com assion for others, 5od has com assion for him. ;a iness is not best achieved by those who see# it directly.

-2a1oleon Bona1arte. -&igmund $reud. -Billy Graham. -John Burroughs. -%L Mencken. -John ,8.-90 -7slam, %adith. -&un Myung Moon. -anon. -*rnold Glasgow. -*nnie J $lint.

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(o erson #nows what delights of the eyes are #e t hidden from them Fas a reward for their good deeds. Those who beat you with fists, 3o not ay them in the same coin, 'ut go to their house and #iss their feet. The most recious ossession that ever comes to a man in this world is a woman%s heart. "our thoughts are the architect of your destiny. !ise eo le bear dualities s ortingly while others do so grudgingly. In fact these dualities have no effect on true wisdom. 3on%t wish it was easierD wish you were better. 3on%t wish for less roblemsD wish for more s#ills. 3on%t wish for less challengesD wish for more wisdom. ;e who has no ill will to any being, who is friendly and com assionate, free from egoism and self-sense, even-minded in ain and leasure and atient, who is ever content, self-controlled, unsha#eable in determination with mind and understanding given u to &e he is dear to &e. Those who are insulted but do not insult others in revenge, who hear themselves re roached without re lying, who erform good wor# out of the love of the +ord and rejoice in their sufferings= are as the sun when he goeth forth in his might The rice of greatness is res onsibility. !hat can a erson not accom lish by faith9 ;e can do everything= one can move mountains with faith. -ll religions must be tolerated. $very man must get to heaven in his own way. It is wise to #ee in mind that neither success nor failure is ever final.

-:ur;an. -*di Granth. -Josiah %olland. -'a!id < McKay. -anon. -Jim (ohn.

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-#inston Churchill. -Mahatma Ghandhi. -$rederick the Great. -(oger Ba"son.

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True love is when you ut someone on a edestal, and they fall Fbut you are there to catch them. - shi in harbor is safe, but that is not what shi s are built for.

-Kay Knudsen. -John &hede.

!hoever comes to me in des eration, I will rotect him - urushattam from the fear. This is my vow. (ama. +eave everything and surrender to me, I will absolve you of all sins and lead you to salvation. ;e is safe from danger who is on guard even when safe. !hoever has in his heart even so much as a rice-grain of ride, can%t enter into aradise. -ll eo le want is someone to listen. -Krishna in Bhaga!ad-Gita - u"lilius &yrus. -Muhammad. -%ugh 5lliott.

6eligion is robably, after se7, the second oldest resource which human beings have available to them for -anon. blowing their minds. ;e that can%t forgive others brea#s the bridge over which he must ass himselfD for every man has need to be -Thomas $uller. forgiven. 0ust because you love someone doesn%t mean you have to be involved with them. +ove is not a bandage to cover -%ugh 5lliott. wounds. ;eaven hel s those who enable others to hel themselves. 5ood resolutions are li#e babies crying in church. They should be carried out immediately. I have learned that every man lives, not through care of himself, but by love. -anon. -Charles M &heldon. -Leo Tolstoy.

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6esolve to beD tender with the young, com assionate with the aged, sym athetic with the striving, and tolerant with the wea# -'andy Lion. and wrong. /ometime in life you will have been all of these.

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&en who suffer not, attain no erfection= The lant most runed by the gardener yields the most beautiful blossoms and the most abundant fruit=. -anon. - soldier is no good as a general, until he has been in the front of the fiercest battle and has received the dee est wounds. &an can live about :I days without food, about three days without water, about eight minutes without air, but -anon. only for one second without ho e. Tests are benefits from 5od, for which we should than# him. 5rief and sorrow do not come to us by chance, they are sent to us by the divine &ercy for our own -anon. erfecting. !hile a man is ha y, he may forget his 5odD but when grief comes and sorrows overwhelm him, then he will remember his )ather= 6omance is tem estuous, love is calm -Mason Cooley.

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+ove dee ly and atiently. "ou might get hurt but it%s the -anon. only way to live life com letely. There is always some madness in love. 'ut there is also always some reason in madness. -Bo" Brown.

(ever laugh at any one%s dreams. ?eo le who don%t have *non. dreams don%t have much. 'ehind every successful man there%s lot of unsuccessful years. 3on%t let a little dis ute injure a great friendshi . !hen you realiBe you%ve made a mista#e ta#e immediate ste s to correct it. -Bo" Brown. -anon. -anon.

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1nly have faith. 3o not loo# u to the so-called rich and greatD do not care for the heartless intellectual writer, and -anon. their cold-blooded news a er articles. )aith, sym athy F fiery faith and fiery sym athy. The world may call us wea#, but we must not wea#en our ideal. -Mahatma Gandhi.

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"ou have to dream before your dreams can come true. ;e that has not a mastery over his inclinationsD he that #nows not how to resist the im ortunity of resent leasure or ain, for the sa#e what reason tells him is fit to be done, wants true rinci le of virtue and industry, and is in danger of never being good for anything. (o one can ma#e you feel inferior without your ermission.

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-5leanor (oose!elt.

'eing ha y doesn%t mean everything%s erfect, it means -*l"ert Camus you%ve decided to loo# beyond the im erfections. +ove never claims, it ever gives. !hen love is su ressed, hate ta#es its lace. -Mahatma Gandhi. -%a!elock 5llis.

(ever ut off doing something useful for fear of evil that -2ames '. may never arrive. #atson. Trying to forget someone you love is li#e trying to remember someone you never meet. If you love someone, set them free. 6eal love stories never have endings. 4ind words can unloc# an iron door. 1 -llah, sometimes I am full of fear. /ometimes I get hurt. Then I remember you. I as# for your hel . I #now that you will hel me. (o one%s head aches when he is comforting another. 6eal love is when you do not e7 ect anything from the erson you love. +ove wholeheartedly and don%t e7 ect anything in return. There is bound to be disa ointment and frustration if you lay down s ecifications for your 1* -*ngelina Jolie. -(ichard Bach. -(ichard. -Kurdish 1ro!er". -&anyasnian Khan. -7ndian ro!er". -anon.

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If you live a hundred, I want to live a hundred minus one -anon. day, so I never have to live without you. ;ave you ever been down and out and nobody seems to be around for you to tal# to9 That%s 5od wanting you to tal# to him. ;ave you ever been in a situation and you had no clue how it was going to get better, how the hurting would sto , how the ain would ease, but now you loo# bac# on it= that%s 5od assing us through tribulation to see a brighter day. ;ave you ever received something wonderful that you didn%t even as# for, li#e money in the mail, a debt that had mysteriously been cleared, or a cou on to a de artment store where you had just seen something you needed, but couldn%t afford9 That%s 5od #nowing the desires of your heart. !e wildly underestimate the ower of the tiniest of #indness. -anon.

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;ave you ever been just sitting there and all of a sudden, you feel li#e doing something nice for someone you care -anon. for9 That%s 5od tal#ing to you through the ;oly / irit. 'etter and more rewarding is 5od%s reward to those who believe and ut their trust in ;im, who avoid gross sins and indecencies and, when angered, are willing to -:ur;an forgive= he who forgives and see#s reconciliation shall be rewarded by 5od. The trouble with the world is that the stu id are coc#sure -Bertrand and the intelligent full of doubt. (ussell. The wea# can never forgive. )orgiveness is the attribute of strong. !e don%t see things as they are, we see them as we are. If you trusted in 5od as you should. ;e would sustain you even as he sustains the birds, which in the morning go forth hungry, and return in the evening filled. -dversity reveals genius, ros erity conceals it. /oul mates don%t finally meet somewhere. They%re in each other all along. )ind the erson who will love you because of your differences and not in s ite of them you have found a lover for life. There is only one thing that ma#es a dream, im ossibleD fear of failure. ;e who conquers others is strongD ;e who conquers himself is mighty. !e must acce t finite disa never lose infinite ho e. ointment, but we must -Mahatma Gandhi. -*nais 2in. - ro1het Muhammad -%orace. -(umi. -Leo Buscaglia. -anon. -Tao Te Ching, ===777 -Martine Luther King Jr. -Charles %addon &1urgeon. -*di Granth, &ri (aga, M./.1.CD

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'y erseverance the snail reached the ar#. -nyone that is fallen into the gri of lust, wrath, or attachment, -ttached to stingy greed, guilty of the four cardinal sins and evils, -nd demonic sins li#e murder who never has attended to scri tures, holy music, or 1:

sacred verse Fby contem lation of the /u reme being, with a moment%s remembrance of 5od shall he be saved. 172 The #ey to everything is atience. "ou get the chic#en by hatching the egg Fnot by smashing it. 5iving sim ly because it is right to give, without thought of return, at ro er time, in ro er circumstances, and to a worthy erson, is enlightened giving. 5iving with regrets or in the e7 ectation of receiving some favor or of getting something in return, is selfish giving. !hat is atience9 /han#aracharya says, /it by the seashore and ta#e one dro of water on a blade of grass. If you have enough atience and there is a lace nearby wherein that dro can be stored, you may, in time, em ty the ocean of all its water. This is an illustration of almost erfect atience. !hen love is not madness, it is not love. It matters not what you inquire into but when you inquire into a thing, you must never give it u , until you have thoroughly understood it=.It matters not what you try to thin# out, but when you once try to thin# out a thing, you must never give it u until you have got what you want. ;e who is overcautious falls into dangers at every ste D he who is afraid of losing honour and res ect, gets only disgraceD he who is always afraid of loss, always loses. - man watches his ear tree day after day, im atient for the ri ening of the fruit. +et him attem t to force the rocess, and he may s oil both fruit and tree. 'ut let him atiently way, and the ri e fruit at length falls into his la . 5od see#s comrades and claims love. The 3evil see#s slaves and claims obedience. There isn%t any formula or method. "ou learn to love by loving. "ou can%t harvest what you don%t sow. /o lant your desires, gently nurture them, and they will be rewarded with abundance. - -rnold 5lasow.

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(ever de rive someone of ho e. It may be all they have. To love is to #now &e, &y innermost nature, The truth that I am. They can conquer who believe they can. The most manifest sigh of wisdom is a continual cheerfulness. $very noble wor# is at first im ossible. .owards die many times before their deathD the valiant never tastes death but once. ;e that is not jealous is not in love. 3on%t e7 ect a great day, ma#e one. 'e your own judge and be ha y.

-*non. -Bhaga!ad-Gita -..// -'ryden -Montaigue. -anon. -&hakes1eare. -*ugustine. -anon. -Mahatma Gandhi. -Tacitus. -anon. -Cicero. -7ngersall. -#oody *llen.

$ven the bravest are frightened by a sudden terror. /hallow men believe in luc#, strong man believe in cause and effect. The higher we are laces, the more humble should we wal#. The greatest test of courage on earth is to bear defeat without losing heart. To you I am an atheistD to 5od, I%m the +oyal 1 osition.

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6eality leaves a lot to the imagination. I may not be a smart man but I #now what love is. /crutiniBe the way of your life. Thin# carefully and set u ro er goals for your life. +ife without a goal moves aimlessly li#e a boat without a rudder. - lot of eo le are afraid to say what they want. That%s why they don%t get what they want. !e have it in our ower to begin the world over again. "ou are educated when you have the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your tem er or selfconfidence. 3on%t wait. The time will never be just right. )ailure is the o intelligently. ortunity to begin again, more

-John Lennon. -$orrest Gum1. -anon. -Madonna. -Thomas aine. -(o"ert $rost. -2a1oleon %ill. -%enry $ord. -&miley Blanton. -5arl #ilson. -#oody *llen. -Mistinguett. -George 5lliot.

+ove is the immortal flow of energy that nourishes, e7tends and reserves. Its eternal goal is life. .ourage is the art of being the only one who #nows you%re scared to death. The heart wants what it wants=. There%s no logic to those things. - #iss can be a comma, a question mar# or an e7clamation oint. That%s basic s elling that every woman ought to #now. 1nly in the agony of arting do we loo# into the de ths of love.

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The time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time. /oul mates are eo le who bring out the best in you. They are not erfect but are always erfect for you. /ometimes you have to get to #now someone really well to realiBe you%re really strangers. ?eo le who are sensible about love are inca able of it. To succeed= you need to find something to hold on to, something to motivate you, something to ins ire you. !hen the 5od want to unish us, they answers our rayers. $7 ose yourself to your dee est fearD after that fear will have no ower. )or one word a man is often deemed to be wise, and for one word he is often deemed to be foolish. !e should indeed be careful what we say. The definition of a beautiful woman is one who loves me. "ou can have it all. "ou can%t have it all at once. The art of medicine consists in amusing the atient while nature cures the disease. I believe in luc#. ;ow else can you e7 lain the success of those you disli#e9 !hen it comes to luc#, you ma#e you own. !ise man will not be fooled by old tric#s.

-Bertrand (ussell. -anon. -Mary Tyler Moore. -'ouglas ?ates. -Tony 'orsett. -<scar #ilde. -Jim Morrison -Con+ucius. -&loan #ilson. -<1rah #in+rey. -)oltaire. -Jean Cocteau. -Bruce &1ringsteen. -anon.

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/ome have been thought brave because they were afraid to run away. To handle yourself, use your headD to handle others, use your heart. The best way to redict your future is to create it. ;e alone who renounces the fruit of actions is called a man of renunciation. &an is a creature of ho e and invention, both of which belie the idea that things cannot be changed. -nger fogs understanding. !hen anger rises, thin# of the consequences. In the absence of love, there is nothing worth fighting for. Jnless it%s mad, assionate, e7traordinary love, it%s a waste of your time. There are too many mediocre things in life. +ove shouldn%t be one of them. I don%t want to live FI want to love first, and live incidentally. /uccess will not lower its standard to us. !e must raise our standard to success. .ourage is not the absence of rear, but rather the judgment that something else if more im ortant than fear. I can%t teach anybody anything, I can only ma#e them thin#. 3on%t aim for success if you want itD just do what you love and believe in, and it will come naturally.

-Thomas $uller. -'onald Laird. -anon. -Bhaga!ad-Gita -..--Tom Clancy. -anon. -Con+ucius. -5liFah #ood. -Jenni+er *niston. -Belda $itsgerald. -(andall McBride. -*m"rose (edmoon -&ocrates. -'a!id $rost.

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5reat s irits have often encountered violent o from mediocre minds.

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I never come u on any of my discoveries through the rocess of rational thin#ing. 'lessed are the merciful for they shall obtain mercy. ?atient can conquer destiny. /itting quietly, doing nothing, summer comes and the grass grows by itself. ?atience is necessary and one cannot rea immediately where one has sown. "ou must not only aim right, but draw the bow with all your might. I%ve failed over and over and over again in my life and that is why I succeed. "ou must train your intuition Fyou must trust the small voice inside you which tells you e7actly what to say, what to decide. 3on%t grieve. -nything you lose comes round in another form.

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Three things can%t be hidden, coughing, overty, and love. "ou shout at those whom you give right to shout bac# at you. If you judge eo le, you have no time to love them.

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ILve learned that heroes are the eo le who do what has to be done when it needs to be done, regardless of the -anon. consequences. ILve learned that maturity has more to do with what ty es of e7 eriences youLve had and what youLve learned from -anon. them, and less to do with how many years you have lived. ILve learned that just because two eo le argue, it doesnLt mean they donLt love each other -nd just because they -anon. donLt argue, it doesnLt mean they do love each other. ILve learned that the eo le you care about most in life are sometimes ta#en from you too soon ILve learned that no matter how much I care, some eo le just donLt care bac# ILve learned that you should always leave loved ones with loving words. It may be the last time you see them. ILve learned that there are eo le who love you dearly, but just donLt #now how to show it. $ven victors are by victory undone. ;e who wal#s in tune with the rhythm of life, is never weary. !e are built to conquer environment, solve roblems, achieve goals, and we find no real satisfaction or ha iness in life without obstacles to conquer and goals to achieve. "ou must have an aim, a vision, a goal. )or the man sailing through life with no destination or ort-of-call, every wind is the wrong wind. -anon. -anon. -anon. -anon. -John 'ryden. -Mahatma Gandhi. -MaEwell Maltz.

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(othing is im ossible, there are ways that lead to everything, and if we had sufficient will we should always have sufficient means. It is often merely for an e7cuse that we say things are im ossible. )or every failure, there%s an alternative course of action. "ou justg have to find it. !hen you come to a roadbloc#, ta#e a detour. 6esignation is the timid sign of courage. 'e not forgetful to entertain strangers, for thereby some have entertained angels unawares. (ature does nothing uselessly. !e can do anything we want to if we stic# to it long enough. !here there s great love, there are always miracles. - man%s dreams are an inde7 to his greatness.

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"our o onent, in the end, is never really the layer on the other side of the net, or the swimmer in the ne7t lane, -Grace or the team on the other side of the field, or even the bar Lichtenstein. you must high Fjum . "our o onent is yourself, your negative internal voGces, your level of determination. .oincidences are 5od%s way of remaining anonymous. Jnless a man underta#es more than he ossible can do, he will never do all that he can /ome eo le dream of success= while others wa#e u and wor# hard at it. +ove doesn%t claim ossession, but gives freedom. .ourage is the art of being the only one who #nows you are scared to death. -'oris Lessing. -%enry 'rummond. -anon. -(a"indranath Tagore. -%arold #ilson.

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If I can%t see her, at least I can thin# of her, and so be ha yD to light the beggar%s hut no candle is better than moonlight. !hen you are young, you crave affection, and it can come, from the strangest direction. $very word is li#e an unnecessary stain on silence and nothingness. !hen I get logical and I don%t trust my instincts Fthat%s when I get in trouble. !e all do no end of feeling, and we mista#e it for thin#ing. The only love worthy of a name is unconditional. "ou don%t ever have to do anything sensational to love or be loved. The course of true love never did run smooth. - .hero#ee Indian elder was telling his grand Fchildren about life, - terrible fight is going on inside me.. between two wolves. 1ne wolf re resents fear, anger, envy, greed, lies, ego. The other stands for eace, love ho e, sharing, #indness, and friendshi . They are inside every on of us. 1ne child as#ed, !hich wolf will win9 The elder re lied, The 1ne you feed. &any eo le fail in life, not for lac# of ability or brains or even courage but sim ly because they have never organiBed their energies around a goal. )alling in love consists merely in uncor#ing the imagination and bottling the common sense. - winner never whine. -ll my life, I%ve wanted to be someone. I guess I should have been more s ecific.

-*mir Khusrau. -&te!en Morrissey. -&amuel Beckett. -*ngelina Jolie. -Mark Twain -John owell. -$red (ogers. -#illiam &hakes1eare.

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6ivers #now this, there is no hurry. !e /hall get there some day. (on Fviolence is not a garment to be ut on or off at will. Its seat is in the heart, and it must be an inse arable art of our very being. "our mind is the sole author of your destiny and your success. The dee est feeling always shows itself in silence. There are two ways of meeting difficulties, you alter the difficulties, or you alter yourself to meet them. +ove is life. -nd if you miss love, you miss life. )our ste s to achievement, ?lan ur osefully. ?re are rayerfully. ?roceed ositively. ?ursue ersistently. If you don%t ris# anything, you ris# even more. +et me not ray to be sheltered from dangers, but to be fearless in facing them. $verything you wanted to be, you already are. It is just a matter of reconnecting. There is only one success. To s end your life in your own way.

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"ou become who you drin# tea with. /o s end time with e7traordinary minds. (ew conversations ta#e you to new -anon. orbits. +eadershi is doing things differently. If you haven%t been laughed at in a long time, it means you haven%t come u with new idea. you%re not doing things -anon. differently. )or instance, the idea to bottle water was first laughed at. -lways forgive your enemies. (othing annoys them so much. -<scar #ilde.

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-ll the owers in the univerAse are already ours. It is we who have ut our hands before our eyes and cry that it is dar#. !in as if you were used to it, lose as if you enjoyed it for a change. !hen you are content to be sim lyC yourself and don%t com are or com ete, everybody will res ect you. That what you really believe in always ha belief in a thing ma#es it ha en. ens. -nd the

-&wami )i!ekananda. -(al1h #aldo 5merson. -Lao HTzu. -$rank Lloyd #right. -Jeanne Moreau -Miguel de Cer!antes. -*l Batt. -(ick Mears. -'inah &hore. -Jac6ues Benigne Bossuel. -&amuel &miles. -anon. -&amuel Johnson. -(a"indranath Tagore.

-ge doesn%t rotect you from love. 'ut love, to some e7tent, rotects you from age. (ever stand begging for what you have the ower to earn. The secret of ha iness is to ma#e others believe that they are the cause of it. To finish first, you must first finish. Trouble is art of your life, and if you don%t share it, you don%t give the erson who loves you a chance to love you enough. The heart has reason that reason doesn%t understand. &en who are resolved to find a way for themselves will always find o ortunities enoughD and if they don%t find them, they will ma#e them. )orgive many things in others. (othing in yourself. If your determination is fi7ed, I do not counsel you to des air. )ew things are im ossible to diligence and s#ill. 5reat wor#s are erformed, not by strength but by erseverance. I have become my own version of an o timist. If I can%t ma#e it through one door, I%ll go through another door F or I%ll ma#e a door. /omething terrific will come no matter how dar# the resent.

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?eo le are beautiful if you love them.

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&ost of the things in the world have been accom lished by eo le who have #e t on trying when there seemed to -Kale Carnegie. be no ho e at all. 3ifficulties are meant to rouse, not discourage. - smooth sea never made a s#illed mariner. 4ee away from eo le who try to belittle your ambitions. /mall eo le always do that, you feel that you, too, can become great. !hen I do good, I feel good and when I do bad I feel bad and that is my religion. +ove, li#e a river, will cut a new ath whenever it meets an obstacle. I don%t #now the day to success, but the #ey to failure is trying to lease everybody. - sim le I love you means more than money. +ove as#s me no questions, and gives me endless su ort. !hen it hurts to loo# bac# and you are scared to loo# ahead, you can loo# beside you and your best friend will be there. +oo#ing bac#, I have this to regret, that too often when I loved, I didn%t say so. There is no terror in a bang, only in the antici ation of it. !hen life throws shoes at you.. at least ic# through the best ones and try them on for siBe8 -#illiam 5llery Channing. -anon. Mark Twain. -*"raham Lincoln. -Crystal Middlemas. -Bill Cos"y. -$rank &inatra. -#illiam &hakes1eare. -anon. -'a!id Grayson. -*l+red %itchcock. -Jas"een &.

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In dreams and in love, there are no im ossibilities. +ove is when you loo# into someone%s eyes, and see everything you need. -s a rule, human worry more about what he can%t see then about what he can.

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!hat is necessary in life it to fi7 yourself to the a7is of your own life, which is your true nature. If you manage - riyanka to remain undeviated from your true nature or rinci les, Teredesai. no ositive or negative ea# can move you from there. ;e who is not courageous enough to ta#e ris#s will accom lish nothing in life. There are always flowers for those who want to see them. - child becomes an adult when he realiBes that he has a right not only to be right but also to be wrong. "ou love sim ly because you can%t hel it. !ith the awareness of 5od%s constant resence in your life, you are able to a roach each erson and each situating in a unique way. $very time it will be different, every time it will be new, and every time it will be mysterious. !hen you observe, all that is negative falls away. -nd the nature of ositive emotions is that they grow. If you observe when you are angry, the anger will fall away. -nd if you observe if there is love, love grows. Tough times never last tough eo le do. The most wasted day is that in which we have not laughed. 1nly dead fish swim with the stream. -Muhammad *li. -%enri Matisse. -Thomas &zasz. -Kim *nderson.

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;a iness is only ossible with true love. True love has the ower to heal and transform the situation around us and bring a dee meaning to your lives. The beauty of the soul shines out when a man bears with com osure one heavy mischance after another, not because he does not feel them, but because he is a man of high and heroic tem er. !hether you thin# you can or thin# you can%t you%re always right. !hen ma#ing your choice in life, do not neglect to live. I have nothing but confidence in you, and very little of that. 'e careful what you set your heart on, for it will surely be yours. ;a iness often snea#s in though a door you didn%t #now you left o en. That man is richest whose leasures are chea est. -n iron curtain might be a bloc#ade for a long time. "ou might not have e7 ressed your love and gratitude for years. +et your curtain of inhibition dro right away this very moment. 6each outD e7 ress yourself wholeheartedly, for you may not #now what the ne7t moment holds in store. .lear your mind of can%t. If you%re not big enough to lose, you%re not big enough to win. !hoever is ha y will ma#e others ha y too.

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If you are not big enough to lose, you are not big enough -#alter (euther. to win. It%s the constant and determined effort that brea#s down all resistance and swee s away all obstacles. +ove, the cause of my torment, not brings me joy, li#e a day of low dar# clouds showers away the heat. !hen all else is lost, the future still remains. 3eath is merely moving from one home to another. The wise man will s end his main efforts in trying to ma#e his future home the more beautiful one. +ove doesn%t claim ossession, it gives freedom. 3o the thing you are afraid to do and the death of fear is certain. !hat we love to do, we find time to do. $7 erience is the name everyone gives to their mista#es. +ove is li#e a river, always changing, but always finding you again somewhere down the road. !hen you love someone, all your saved Fu wishes start coming out. Three grand essentials to ha iness in this life are something to do, something to love, and something to ho e for. True love comes quietly, without banners or flashing lights. If you hear bells, get your ears chec#ed. "ou have to have confidence in your ability, and then be tough enough to follow through . -Claude M. Bristol. -Kalidasa. -Christian Bo!ee. -(a""i Menachem. -(a"indranath Tagore. -(al1h #aldo 5merson. -John L &1alding. -<scar #ilde. -Kelly 5laine. -5liza"eth Bowen. -Jose1h *ddison. -5rich &egal. -(osalynn Carter.

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The greatest motivational act one erson can do for another is to listen. -bandon the urge to sim lify everything, to loo# for formulas and easy answer, and to begin to thin# multi F dimensionally, to glory in the mystery and arado7es of life, and to be dismayed by the multitude of causes and consequences that are inherent in each e7 erience Fto a reciate the fact that life is com le7. The world is round and the lace which may seem li#e the end may also be the beginning. The mode by which te inevitable comes to ass is effort. This is the miracle that ha ens every time to those who really loveD the more they give, the more they ossess. - man who fears suffering is already suffering from what he fears. $very roblem has a gift for you in its hands.

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-7!y Baker. -<li!er #endell %olmes. -(ainer Maria (illke. -Michel 'e Montaigo. -(ichard Bach.

.ourage isn%t having the strength to go on Fit is going on -2a1oleon when you don%t have the strength. Bona1arte.. The best art of loving is not ho ing that a erson loves you so much as you do, but in #nowing that you love her -*l"ert 5instein. far more than you can. The best feelings are those that have no words to describe. +ots of eo le would rather stay where they are, in an unsatisfied state, than ris# difficulties and obstacles for the same of attaining their dreams. ;e alone can offer sacrifice who is ure, fearless and worthy. !hat #ind of love is this that to another can shift9 /ays (ana#, true lovers are those who are forever absorbed in the 'eloved. !hoever discriminates between treatment held good or bad, is not a true lover Fhe rather is caught in calculations. -Michelle %ammersley. -Michael Lee. -M.K. Ghandhi.

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1f those who love, do not as# what life is theirs, what longing, what yearningD for they are leaves dead and dry consumed by a fire that is their own8 +et there be s aces in your togetherness -nd let the winds of heaven dance between you. +ove one another, but ma#e not a bond of love. +et it rather be a moving sea between the shores of your soul. )ill each other%s cu , but drin# not from one cu .. let each one of you be alone, even as the strings of a lute are alone though they quiver with the same music.. -nd stand together, but yet not too near together, )or the illars of the tem le stand a art, and the oa# tree and the cy ress grow not in each other%s shade. To remain cheerful, learn how to cordon off areas of wea#ness. 1nce you refuse them entry into the rest of your mind, they can no longer influence you. Then you can wor# on them safely. In real love you want the other erson%s good. In romantic love, you want the other erson. It requires more courage to suffer than to die. "ou will find as you loo# bac# u on your life that the moments when you have really lived, are the moments when you have done things in a s irit of love. - roblem can%t be solved with the same consciousness that created it. -lthough the child, while being o erated u on feels the ain and cries hel lessly. The mother doesn%t mind the child%s agony. ;er sole aim being to relieve his disease. In the same way the +ord removes the ride of ;is servant for the servant%s own welfare sha#ing of all sus icion and doubts. - man is not idle because he is absorbed in thoughts. There is a visible labor and there is an invisible labor.

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-'adi Janki. -Margaret *nderson. -2a1oleon. -%enry 'rummond. -*l"ert 5instein.

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3estiny is no matter of chance. It is a matter of choice. It -#illiam is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be Jennings Bryan. achieved. "ou robably wouldn%t worry about what eo le thin# of you if you could #now how seldom they do. -<lin Miller.

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!hen you believe in a thing, believe in it all the way. Im licitly and unquestionably. -ll our dreams can come -anon. true if we have the courage to ursue them. !hen a friend is in trouble, don%t annoy him by as#ing if -5dgar #atson there is anything you can do. Thin# of something %owe. a ro riate and do it. !hen you want something, all the universe cons ires in hel ing you to achieve it. -nger is an acid that does more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is oured. -l success in the world is the result of indomitable s irit. /o don%t be an7ious, just develo a <can Fdo% attitude. (othing is im ossible. +augh and the world laughs with youD wee , and you wee aloneD )or the sad old earth must borrow its mirth, but has trouble enough of its own. - thing is funny when Fin some way that is not actually offensive or frightening Fit u sets established order. $very jo#e is a tiny revolution.. whatever destroys dignity and brings down the mighty from their seats, referably with a bum , is funny. ?erseverance is falling nine times and succeeding the 1Ith. !hile we are ost oning, life s eeds by. 1ur truest life is when we are in our dreams awa#e. !hen a thing has been said and said well, have no scru le. Ta#e it and co y it. Those who can%t laugh at themselves leave the job to others. 3o not wait to stri#e until the iron is hotD but ma#e it hot by stri#ing. - aulo Coelho. -&eneca. -*. .J Kalam. -5lla #heeler #icoE.

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)ailure seldom sto s you. !hat sto s you is the fear of failure. ?romise yourself to be so strong that nothing can disturb your eace of mind. !e are not creatures of circumstancesD but the creators of it. -lthough the world is full of suffering, it is also full of overcoming of it. 1nly he who can see the invisible can do the im ossible. !hen you cease to dream, you cease to live. 1ne ma#es mista#esD that is life. 'ut it is never a mista#e to have loved. -t the touch of love, everyone becomes a oet. 'ecause of im atience, we were driven out of aradise, because of im atience we can%t return. !hat you most wish for and what you most fear will both come true8 If we believe that we can influence, if not actually create our own <realities%, then something des erately or not wanting something equally des erately Fwe give those <things% a lot of energy to hel them manifest in our lives. ;ow oor are they who have no atience8 !hat would did ever heal but by degrees. 3on%t be in a hurry to tie what you can%t untie. -dmiration is our olite recognition of another%s resemblance to ourselves. !ho wrea# wrath are des ised as being worthlessD who atiently forbear are valued as gold. !ho wrea# wrath has leasure for a dayD who bear have raise till earth 2:

-Jack Lemmon. -Christian Larson. -BenFamin 'israeli. -%elen Keller. -$rank L Gaines. -Malcolm $or"es. -(omain (olland. - lato. -# % *uden.

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shall ass away. 'elieve in yourself8 ;ave faith in your abilities8 !ithout a humble but reasonable confidence in your own owers you can not be successful or ha y. 'elieve, it is ossible to solve your roblem. Tremendous things ha en to the believer. /o believe the answer will come. It will. There is no instinct li#e that of the heart. The greatest leasure in life is to do what eo le say you can%t do. To love and win is the best thing. To love and lose, the ne7t best. If you don%t ho e, you will not find what is beyond your ho es. It is the mar# of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without acce ting it. - ositive attitude may not solve all your roblems, but it will annoy enough eo le to ma#e it worth the effort. Its choice not chance that determines your destiny. 3on%t worry= I am here. The floodwaters will recede, the famine will end, the sun will shine tomorrow, and I will always be here to ta#e care of you. - man%s rivate thought can never be a lieD what he thin#s, is to him the truth, always. The difficult I can do today. The im ossible will ta#e a little longer. It is a beggar%s ride that he is not a thief. -t times one remains faithful to a cause only because its o onents don%t cease to be insi id.

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"ou always ass failure on the way to success. /eriousness is the only refuge of the shallow. The most imaginative eo le are the most credulous, for them everything is ossible. ;e who doesn%t understand your silence will robably doesn%t understand your words. The enthusiasm of a woman%s love is even beyond the biogra her%s.

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3o not quit8 ;undreds of times I have watched eo le throw in the towel at the one-yard while someone else -Jose1h comes along and ma#es a fortune by just going that e7tra Cossman. yard I must have a rodigious quantity of mindD it ta#es me as -Mark Twain. much as a wee# sometimes to ma#e it u . If you are humble, nothing will touch you, neither raise nor disgrace, because you #now what you are. "ou #now that you are in love when the hardest thing to do is say good-bye8 ;o e is the word which 5od has written on the brow of every man. In real love you want the other erson%s good. In romantic love you want the other erson. ;e that never changes his o inion, never corrects mista#es and will never be wiser on the morrow than he is today. ;e abused me, he struc# me, he overcame me, he robbed me Fin those who harbor such thoughts hatred will never cease, in those who do not harbor such thoughts hatred will cease. -Mother Teresa. -anon. -)ictor %ugo. -Margaret *nderson. -Tyron 5dwards.

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6eal love is a ilgrimage. It ha ens when there is no strategy, but it is very rare because most eo le are strategists. Its not that I am so smart, it%s just that I stay with roblems longer. ;olding on to an anger is li#e holding on to a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone elseD you are the one who gets burned. /low down and enjoy life. It is not too fast, you also miss the sense of where you are going and why. If you can%t change your fate, change your attitude. I do not agree with what you say, but I%ll defend to the death your right to say it. ;e who as#s a question may be a food for five minutes, but he who never as#s a question remains a fool forever. (ever de rive someone of ho eD it might be all they have. If 5od didn%t e7ist, it would be necessary to invent him. 3aring ideas are li#e chessmen moved forward. They may be beaten, but they may start a winning game. To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong. $very man is guilty of the good he didn%t do. Thin# for yourself and let others enjoy the rivilege to do so too. 'e careful what you water your dreams with. !ater them with worry and fear and you will roduce weeds that cho#e the life from your dream. !ater them with o timism and solutions and you will cultivate success.

-*nita Brookner. -Gautama Buddha. -5ddie Canton. -*my Tan. -anon. -Tom Connelly. -%G Jackson. -anon. -Johann #lo+gang !on Goethe. -Jose1h Chilton earce. -anon. -anon.

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Ta#e u one idea. &a#e that one idea your life Fthin# of it, dream of it, live on it. +et the brain, muscles, never, every art of your body, be full of that idea, and just leave every other idea alone, this is the way to success. There is nothing that wastes the body li#e worry, and one who has any faith in 5od should be ashamed to worry about anything whatsoever. ;e by whom the world is not agitated and who cannot be agitated by the world, and who is free from joy, anger, fear and worry Fhe is dear to &e. I believe 5od is managing affairs and that ;e doesn%t need any advice from me. !ith 5od in charge, I believe everything will wor# our for the best in the end. /o what is there to worry about9 - dream that is not inter reted is li#e a letter that is not read. ?eo le thin# dreams aren%t real just because they aren%t made of matter, of articles. 3reams are real. 'ut they are made of view oints, of images, of memories and uns and lost ho es. 5od alone can ta#e life because ;e alone gives it. 3re:aming is an act of ure imagination, attesting in all men a creative ower, which if it were available in wa#ing, would ma#e every man a 3ante or /ha#es eare. 0ust because you are blind, and unable to see my beauty doesn%t mean it does not e7ist. (othing is miserable unless you thin# it so. The man who has confidence in himself gains the confidence of others. The best way to ma#e your dreams come true is to wa#e u . !here there is great love, there are always wishes. "ou hate someone whom you really wish to love, but whom you can%t love. ?erha s he himself revents you. That is disguised form of love. 2G

-&wami )i!ekananda. -M. K. Gandhi. -Bhaga!ad-Gita . -anon.

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-The Talmud.

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-2eil Gaiman.

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-M. K. Gandhi. -%. $ %edge. -anon. -Boethius. -anon. - aul )alery. -#illa Cather. -Chinmoy K Ghose.

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-ll men who have achieved great things have been great dreamers.

-<.&. Marden.

$ven #ings and em erors with hea s of wealth and vast dominion can%t com are with an ant filled with the love -anon. of 5od. -s fragrance abides in the flower as reflection is within the mirror, so does your lord abide within you, !hy -anon. search for him without9 3ance li#e no one is watching, love li#e you%ll never be -#illiam hurt, sing li#e no one is listening and live li#e it%s heaven urkey. non earth. ;e that is of a merry heart has a continual feast. !hile one erson hesitates because he feels inferior, another is busy ma#ing mista#es and becoming su erior. .harity never humiliated him who rofited from it, not ever bound him by the chains of gratitude, since it was not to him but to 5od that the gift was made. )ools dwelling in dar#ness, but thin#ing themselves wise and erudite, go round and round, by various tortuous aths, li#e the blind led by the blind Through loyalty to the ast, our mind refuses to realiBe that tomorrow%s joy is ossible only if today%s ma#es way for itD that each wave owes the beauty of its line only to the withdrawal of the receding one. To live creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong. !hen dealing with the insane, retend to be sane. - bone to the dog is not charity. .harity is the bone shared with the dot, when you are just as hungry as the dog. It is the quality of our wor# which will leas 5od and not the quantity. !hen eo le tal#, listen com letely. &ost eo le never listen. - ro!er"s -/I-/ -%enry C Link. -*ntoine 'e &aint-5Eu1ery. -Katha A1anishad. -*ndre Gide. -5dward Gi""on. -anon. -Jack London. -M.K. Gandhi. -5rnest %emingway.

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.ome what mayM time and the hour runs through the roughest day. If you are in a bad situation, don%t worry, it will change. If you are in a good situation, don%t worry, it will change. The greatest gift you can give another is the urity of your attention. +ove e7ist to show us how much we can endure. If I didn%t dream big, I wouldn%t be here. I have to dream big to win. It ta#es courage to dream bid, only dreams hel you fight all odds. &editation is from moment to moment. The eyes see, the ears hear. The organs function. There is no interiorisation, no concentration, no introversion, no withdrawing of the sense. don%t go into the old habits of withdrawal. 5o in the directionless e7 ansion, the s aceless s ace. If you hate someone, you hate something in him that is art of yourself. !hat isn%t art of ourselves doesn%t disturb us. -nyone can be assionate, but it ta#es real lovers to be silly. 'ad is never good until worse ha ens.

Mac"eth. -John * &imone. -(ichard Moss. -anon. -&ania Mirza.

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-anon. -(ose $ranken. -anon. -&amuel Johnson. -John (uskin. -)oltaire. -%ugh Mackay. -Laurence J. eter.

The true measure of a man is how he treats someone who can do him absolutely no good. The most beautiful things in the world are the most useless, for instance eacoc#s and lilies. If you love somebody, let them go. If they return, they were always yours. If they don%t, they never were. - bore is a man who, when you as# him how he is, tells you. The incom etent with nothing to do can still ma#e a mess of it.

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If 5od uts you to it, he sees you through it. !e can%t really love anybody with whom we never laugh. .oncentration is the secret of strength. +oo# for the good in every erson and every situation. "ou%ll almost always find it. The wise man in the storm rays to 5od, not for safety from danger, but for deliverance from fear. )ailure will never overta#e me if my determination to succeed is strong enough. !hen you reach for the stars, you may not quite get them, but you won%t come u with a handful of mud either. /tress is basically a disconnection from the earth, a forgetting of the breath. /tress is an ignorant state. It believes that everything is an emergency. (othing is that im ortant. 0ust lie down. If you judge eo le, you have not time to judge them. They are never alone that are accom anied by noble thoughts. I have learned that you can%t have everything and do everything at the same time. I can%t give you a sure Ffire formula for success, but I can give you formula for failure, try to lease everybody all the time. The absence of flaw in beauty is itself a flaw. $gotist, - erson more interested in himself than in me.

-anon. -*gnes (e11ller. -(. #. 5merson. -Brian Tracy. -(. #. 5merson. -<g Mandino. -Leo Burnett. -2atalie Gold"erg. -Mother Teresa. -&ir hili1 &idney. -<1rah #in+rey -%er"ert Bayard &wo1e. -%a!elock 5llis. -*m"rose Bierce.

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In one #iss, you%ll #now all I haven%t said. If my mind can conceive it, and my heart can believe it, I #now I can achieve it. /torms ma#e trees ta#e dee er roots. Thought is the labour of the intellect, reverie is its leasure. )ear is never a good counselor and victory over fear is the first s iritual duty of man. !hen we least e7 ect it, life sets us a challenge to test our courage and willingness to changeD at such a moment, there is no oint in retending that nothing has ha ened or in saying that we are not ready. The way to love anything is to realiBe that it may be lost. - worried erson sees a roblem a concerned erson solves it. ?eo le always call it luc# when you have acted more sensibly than they have. To the world, you may be just one erson, but to one erson you may be the world. The best reason for having dreams is that in dreams no reasons are necessary. *rFuna, 1f those steadfast devotees who love you and those who see# you as the eternal formless reality, who are the more established in yoga9 Krishna, Those who set their hearts on me and worshi me with un-failure devotion and faith are more established in yoga. I have learned this at least by my e7 erimentD that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success une7 ected in common hours. 3reams are the touch Fstones of our characters.

-anon. -Jesse Jackson. -'olly arton. -)ictor %ugo. -2icolas Berdyae!. - aulo Coelho. -Gil"ert K. Chesterton. -%arold &te!ens. -*nne Tyler -Brandi &nyder. -anon.

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-Bhaga!ad-Gita .

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-%enry 'a!id Thoreau.

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-t no time is freedom of s eech more recious than when a man hits his thumb with a hammer.

-Marshall Lumsden.

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'end down before thy adversaries when they are more owerful than thyselfD they can be easily overthrown -Thiru!allu!ar, when thou attac#est them at the moment that their ower the Kural. is on the decline. I don%t need a friend who changes when I change and who nods when I notD my shadow does that much better. 6e eating the name of the beloved, I have become the beloved myself. !hom shall I call the beloved now9 )ear is the rison that quic#ly circulates through the entire system, aralyBing the will, roducing a queer sensation in some art or the other of the human body. "es, fear is the cause of many diseases. )earlessness ensures health., no not fear, for 5od is near8 ;e who does not get fun and enjoyment out of every day= needs to reorganiBe his life. I become you, you become me, I become the soul, you the heart, ;ow can they now claim I am a art, you are a art9 6ecognition is the greatest motivator. /omehow I can%t believe that there are any heights that can%t be scaled by a man who #nows the secrets of ma#ing dreams come true, This s ecial secret, it seems to me, can be summariBed in four .%s. The are .uriosity, .onfidence, .ourage and .onstancy, and the greatest of all is .onfidence. !hen you believe in a thing, believe in it all the way. Im licitly and unquestionably. -ll our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to ursue them. 'y day I raised you and never #new it. 'y night I stayed with you and never #new it. I always thought that I was me.. but no, I was you and never #new it. 1 -llah8 If I worshi "ou for fear of ;ell, burn me in ;ell, and if I worshi "ou in ;o e of ?aradise, e7clude me from ?aradise. 'ut if I worshi "ou for "our 1wn sa#e, grudge me not your everlasting 'eauty. - lutarch. -Bulleh &hah.

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-J. . )aswani.

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-George M *dams. -*mir Khusro. -Gerard C 5akedale.

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-anon.

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-(umi.

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!hen the frustration of my hel lessness seemed greatest, I discovered 5od%s grace was more than sufficient. I may have said the same thing before, but my e7 lanation, I am sure, will always be different. 3o not s oil what you have by desiring what you have notD remember that what you now have was once among the things you only ho ed for. !e meet to create memories, we art to reserve them. 1ccasionally in life there are those moments of unutterable fulfillment which cannot be com letely e7 lained by those symbols called words. Their meanings can only be articulated by the inaudible language of the heart. (ever tell a young erson that anything can%t be done. 5od may have been waiting centuries for someone ignorant enough of the im ossible to do that very thing. "ou will he leased to #now I stand obediently for the national anthem, though I would defend you right to remain seated should you so decide. The beginning of love is to let those we love be themselves, and not twist them to fit our own image. 1therwise we love only the reflection of ourselves in them. !e are sic# with fascination for the useful tools of names and numbers, of symbols, signs, conce tions and ideas. &editation is therefore the art of sus ending verbal and symbolic thin#ing for a time, somewhat as a courteous audience will sto tal#ing when a concert is about to begin. (ever regret anything because at one time it was what you wanted. There is a great deal of difference between an eager man who wants to read a boo# and a tired man who wants a boo# to read. )reedom is not worth having if it doesn%t include the freedom to ma#e mista#es.

-Charles Cale" Colton. -<scar #ilde. -51icurus. -anon.

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-Martine Luther Kind, Jr. -John *ndrew %olmes. -7ra Glasser. -Thomas Merton.

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-*lan #atts.

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-anon. -G. K. Chesterton. -M. K. Gandhi.

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It is not once, nor twice but times without number that the same ideas ma#e their a earance in the world. If you want to #now what 5od thin#s of money, just loo# at the eo le he gave it to. $verything is funny as long as it is ha somebody else. ening to

-*ristotle. -'orothy arker. -#ill (ogers. -<scar #ilde. -BenFamin 'israeli. -Mick Jagger. -*ndy #arhol. -(al1h #aldo 5merson.

3emocracy means sim ly the bludgeoning of the eo le by the eo le for the eo le. (ever a ologiBe for showing feelings. !hen you do so, you a ologiBe for the truth. +ose your dreams and you might lose your mind. They say that time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself. .an anybody remember when the times were to hard and money not scarce9

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It is a sin to o en free #itchens for those who are ca able of hysical labour. To rovide wor# for them is meritorious.. when a man lives in submission to any -M. K. Gandhi. authority, it means he is aying the rice of ersonal freedom. Illusions commend themselves to us because they save us ain and allow us to enjoy leasure instead. !e must -&igmund therefore acce t it without com laint when they $reud. sometimes collide with a bit of reality against which they are dashed to ieces. 3on%t art with your illusions. !hen they are gone you still e7ist, but you have ceased to live. +ove the moment. +ife is a succession of such moments and to live each, is to succeed. 5o to heaven for the climate, hell for the com any. -Mark Twain. -Corita Kent. -Mark Twain.

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/ ea# when you are angry and you will ma#e the best s eech you will ever regret. The activist is no the man who says the river is dirty. The activist is the man who cleans u the river. >irginity can be lost by a thought. )or we wal# by faith, not by sight. If what you%re wor#ing for really matters, you%ll give it all you%ve got. The guru belongs to those who re are for it today. $fforts may fail, but don%t fail to ma#e efforts. To handle yourself, use your headD to handle others, use your heart. !hen the 5ods o ressed by (a!ana a ealed to +ord 'rahma, he re lied, while (a!ana was as#ing for his boon, he as#ed to be unconquerable by Gandhar!as, ?akshas, 5ods and demons. ;is boon was granted. ;is contem t made him forget to mention menD he shall therefore be destroyed by none other than a man. !hen as#ed how much educated men were su erior to those uneducated, -ristotle answered, as much as the living are to the dead. -s children bring their bro#en toysM !ith tears for us to mendM I brought my bro#en dream to 5odM 'ecause ;e was my friend.M 'ut then, instead of leaving ;imM In eace to wor# aloneM I hung around and tried to hel ;imM !ith ways that were my own.M at last I snatched them bac# and cried,M ;ow can you be so slow8 &y child, ;e said, !hat could I do9 "ou never did let go. -ll charming eo le have something to conceal, usually their total de endence on the a reciation of others.

-anon. -(oss erot. -&t. Jerome. -anon. -2ido :u"ein. -Malcolm =. -anon. -'onald Laird.

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-s the holy one I recogniBed thee, 1 wise +ord, !hen he came to me as 5ood &indD the silent thought taught me the greatest good so that I might roclaim it. That see#er must at all times ut his trust in 5od, must renounce the eo les of the earth, detach himself from the world of dust, and cleave unto ;im who is the +ord of +ords. If anyone revile you, or trouble touches you in the ath of 5od, be atient, and ut your trust in ;im who heareth, who seeth. ;e, in turn, witnesseth, and ercieveth, and doeth what he leaseth, thought the ower of ;is sovereignty. +et your reliance be on the remembrance of 5od, the most $7alted, the &ost 5reat. ;e will, erelong, bring to naught all the things ye ossess. +et him be your fear, and forget not ;is .ovenant with you, and be not of them that are shut out as by a veil from ;im. ?urity thou, first, thy soul with the waters of renunciation, and adorn thine head with the crown of the fear of 5od, and thy tem le with the ornament of reliance u on ;im. +uc# never gives it, it only lends. I don%t believe that the 5ood +ord lays dice. &en of action are favoured by the goddess of +uc#. -s long as we are luc#y, we attribute it to our smartnessD our bad luc# we gives the 5od%s credit. If one doesn%t #now to which ort he is sailing, no wind is favorable. +uc#9 I don%t #now anything about luc#. I%ve never ban#ed on it. -nd I%m afraid of eo le who do. +uc# to me is something else, hard wor# Fand realiBing what is o ortunity and what isn%t. -ll of us have bad luc# and good luc#. The man who ersists through the bad luc# Fwho #ee s right on going Fis the man who is there when the good luc# comes and is ready to receive it.

-*!esta, ?asna.

-Baha;u;llah

-'eclaration o+ the Ba".

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-&wedish 1ro!er". -Miguel de Cer!antes. -George C. Clason. -Josh Billings. -&eneca.

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+uc# affects everything. +et your hoo# always be case in the stream where you least e7 ect there will be a fish. 'e ready when o ortunity comes. +uc# is the time when re aration and o ortunity meet.

-<!id. -(oy '. Cha1in Jr.

To a brave man, good luc# and bad luc# are li#e his right -&t. Catherine o+ and left hand. ;e uses both. &iena. !hen 5od throws, the dice are loaded. 3e end on the rabbit%s foot N!estern luc# charmO if you will, but remember it didn%t wor# for the rabbit. +uc# has a eculiar habit of favoring those who don%t de end on it. 'ut no nation can base its survival and develo ment on luc# and rayers alone while its leadershi fritters away every available o ortunity for success and concrete achievement. The only sure thing about luc# is that it will change.-. .a taincy is HI ercent luc# and 1I ercent s#ill. 'ut don%t try it without that 1I ercent. -Greek 1ro!er". -(. 5. &hay. -anon. -7"rahim Ba"angida. -#ilson Mizner -(ichie Benaud.

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I may have had a lot of luc# in my life. 'ut I still need to -Binedine find a challenge in the game. Bidane. /u erstition brings bad luc#. 5o and wa#e u your luc#. 3es erate times calls for des erate measures. $veryone longs for someone to hel them realiBe themselves better. - aul Car!el. - ersian saying. -anon -anon.

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!on shall be he who don%t have fear of failure. 5od so loved the world that ;e gave ;is one and only /on, that whoever believes in ;im shall not erish, but have eternal life 4rishan /ays, &y devotee is greater than me. "ou can choose to as# 0esus .hrist to forgive your sins and come in to your life as your +ord and /avior That where there is only a choice between cowardice and violence, I would advise violence. I want to #now 5odLs thoughtsD the rest are details. The only real valuable thing is intuition. 5od is subtle but he is not malicious. I never thin# of the future. It comes soon enough. .ommon sense is the collection of rejudices acquired by age eighteen. 5od does not care about our mathematical difficulties. ;e integrates em irically. ?eace cannot be #e t by force. It can only be achieved by understanding. I #now not with what wea ons !orld !ar III will be fought, but !orld !ar I> will be fought with stic#s and stones. The fear of death is the most unjustified of all fears, for thereLs no ris# of accident for someone whoLs dead.

-anon. -The Bi"le. -Bhaga!adGita. -The Bi"le -M. K. Gandhi. -*l"ert 5instein. -*l"ert 5instein. -*l"ert 5instein. -*l"ert 5instein. -*l"ert 5instein. -*l"ert 5instein. -*l"ert 5instein. -*l"ert 5instein. -*l"ert 5instein.

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(o, this tric# wonLt wor#...;ow on earth are you ever going to e7 lain in terms of chemistry and hysics so im ortant a biological henomenon as first love9 - <(o% uttered from the dee est conviction is better than a <"es% uttered merely to lease, or worse, to avoid trouble. - religion that ta#es no account of ractical affairs and does not hel to solve them is no religion. - small body of determined s irits fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission can alter the course of history. - vow is a urely religious act which cannot be ta#en in a fit of assion. It can be ta#en only with a mind urified and com osed and with 5od as witness. -n error does not become truth by reason of multi lied ro agation, nor does truth become error because nobody sees it. 'efore the throne of the -lmighty, man will be judged not by his acts but by his intentions. )or 5od alone reads our hearts. .onfession of errors is li#e a broom which swee s away the dirt and leaves the surface brighter and clearer. I feel stronger for confession. .ulture of the mind must be subservient to the heart. $ven if you are a minority of one, the truth is the truth. $veryone who wills can hear the inner voice. It is within everyone. 5entleness, self-sacrifice and generosity are the e7clusive ossession of no one race or religion. 5od sometimes does try to the uttermost those whom he wishes to bless. ;a iness is when what you thin#, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.

-*l"ert 5instein. -M. K. Gandhi. -M. K. Gandhi. -M. K. Gandhi. -M. K. Gandhi. -M. K. Gandhi. -M. K. Gandhi. -M. K. Gandhi. -M. K. Gandhi. -M. K. Gandhi. -M. K. Gandhi. -M. K. Gandhi. -M. K. Gandhi. -M. K. Gandhi.

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I reject any religious doctrine that does not a reason and is in conflict with morality.

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-M. K. Gandhi. -M. K. Gandhi. -M. K. Gandhi. -M. K. Gandhi. -M. K. Gandhi. -M. K. Gandhi. - Michelangelo - 5lisa"eth KJ"ler-(oss - %elen Keller - <!id - *"raham Lincoln - Buddha - Jonas &alk - 2orman Cousins

If I had no sense of humor, I would long ago have committed suicide. ?rovidence has its a ointed hour for everything. !e cannot command results, we can only strive. Truth never damages a cause that is just. !e may have our rivate o inions but why should they be a bar to the meeting of hearts9 !here love is, there 5od is also. $very beauty which is seen here below by ersons of erce tion resemble more than anything else that celestial source from which we all are come.... +earn to get in touch with the silence within yourself and #now that everything in life has a ur ose. The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen, nor touched...but are felt in the heart. Those things that nature denied to human sight, she revealed to the eyes of the soul. Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves, and, under a just 5od, cannot retain it. 'elieve nothing, no matter where you read it, or who said it, no matter if I have said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and your own common sense. Intuition will tell the thin#ing mind where to loo# ne7t. If something comes to life in others because of you, then you have made an a roach to immortality.

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Time is Too slow for those who !ait, Too swift for those - %enry who )ear, Too long for those who 5rieve, Too short for )andyke those who 6ejoice, 'ut for those who +ove Time is not. 5od is the friend of silence. /ee how nature-trees, flowers, grass-grows in silenceD see the stars, the moon - Mother Teresa and the sun, how they move in silence... !e need silence to be able to touch souls. ;o e is a thing with feathers That erches in the soulD -nd sings the tune without words -nd never sto s at all. It is my conviction that it is the intuitive, s iritual as ects of us humans-the inner voice-that gives us the <#nowing,% the eace, and the direction to go through the windstorms of life, not shattered but whole, joining in love and understanding. It is better to be a lion for a day than a shee all your life. (ature is an unlimited broadcasting station, through which 5od s ea#s to us every hour, if we only will tune in. The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. The soul is not where it lives but where it loves. +ove is doing small things with great love. .onscience is 5od%s resence in man. +ove is the only thing that we can carry with us when we go, and it ma#es the end so easy. >ictory goes to the layer who ma#es the ne7t-to-last mista#e. I do not feel obliged to believe that the same 5od who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use. There are no facts, only inter retations. - 5mily 'ickinson - 5lisa"eth KJ"ler-(oss -3&ister4 5liza"eth Kenny - George #ashington Car!er - 5leanor (oose!elt - Thomas $uller - Mother Teresa - 5manuel &weden"org - Louisa May *lcott - &a!ielly Grigorie!itch - Galileo Galilei - $riedrich 2ietzsche

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(ever interru t your enemy when he is ma#ing a mista#e. )acts are the enemy of truth. 1nce is ha enstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times is enemy action. !e must act out our assions before we can feel them. Two cynics never ma#es an o timist. -bandoning all duties, ta#e refuge in me alone. I shall liberate u of all sins, don%t grieve.- says the Gita. 1nce u start wor#ing on something, don%t be afraid of failure and don%t abandon it. ?eo le who wor# sincerely are the ha iest. The human heart, at whatever age, o ens only to the heart that o ens in return. !e are all faced with a series of great o ortunities brilliantly disguised as im ossible situations. 1rdinary riches can be stolen, real riches can%t. In your soul are infinitely recious things that can%t be ta#en from you. 3on%t wait for things to ha en, ma#e things ha en.

- 2a1oleon Bona1arte - 'on :uiEote - *uric Gold+inger -anon. -anon. -Bhaga!adGita. -Chanakya. -Maria 5dgeworth. -Charles &windoll. -<scar #ilde. -anon.

689

690

I as#ed for strength and 5od gave me difficulties to ma#e strong. I as#ed for wisdom and 5od gave me roblems to solve. I as#ed for courage and 5od gave me dangers to overcome. I as#ed for love and 5od gave me troubled eo le to hel . I as#ed for favours and 5od gave me o ortunities I received nothing I wanted. I received everything I needed. There is no situation that is not transformable. There is no erson who is ho eless. There is no set of circumstances that can%t be turned about by ordinary human beings and their natural ca acity for love of the dee est sort. A2

-anon.

-*rch"isho1 'esmong Tutu.

691

+ife becomes richer as love grows. -nd this sensitivity will create new friendshi s for you Ffriendshi s with trees, birds, animals, mountains, rivers, oceans, with stars. It is easy to feel rich any time. 0ust count all the things you have that money can%t buy. 3on%t wait for e7traordinary o ortunities. /eiBe common occasions and ma#e them great. !ea# men wait for o ortunitiesD strong men ma#e them. I you have no confidence in self, you are twice defeated in the race of life. !ith confidence, you have won even before you have started. I li#e this lace and willingly could waste my time in it. -lways rememberD the ne7t erson is always stronger than you just li#e you are stronger than the one behind you8 I sort of enjoy the fact that I%m misunderstood most of the time. That%s fine. 3o you remember the things you were worrying about a year ago9 ;ow did they wor# out9 3idn%t you waste a lot of fruitless energy on account of most of them9 3idn%t most of them turn out all right after all9 ;e who is slowest in ma#ing a romise is most faithful in its - erformance. The 5ods cannot hel those who don%t seiBe o ortunities. There may be times when we are owerless to revent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to rotest. 'efore you embar# on a journey of revenge, dig two graves. I can%t believe in a 5od who wants to be raised all the time. )eeling are not su osed to be logical. 3angerous is the man who has rationaliBed his emotions.

-<sho. -Ke!in 5iken"erry. -<rison & Marden. -Marcus Gar!ey. -#illiam &hakes1eare. -anon. -Billie Joe *rmstrong. -'ale Carnegie.

692 693 694 695 696 697

698

699 700 701 702 703 704

*non. -anon. -5lie #iesel. -Con+ucius -$riedrich 2ietzsche. -'a!id Borenstein.

A:

705 706

There can be no transforming of dar#ness into light and of a athy into movement with emotion. The ath of least resistance is the ath of the loser. ;ow does this affect my 'uddhist ractice9 It doesn%t. these re orted events are li#e an arrow shot at my heart but it lands at my feet. I choose not to bend over, ic# it u , and stab myself with it. .onquer the angry man by love. .onquer the ill-natured man by goodness. .onquer the miser with generosity. .onquer the liar with truth. /us ect each moment, for it is a thief, ti toeing away with more it brings. 'lac# is a shade of brown. /o is white, if you loo#. )ame is a mas# that eats into the face. 5ods don%t answer letters. )reedom is a blan#et which, ulled u to the chin, uncovers the feet. "our worst enemy can%t harm you as much as our own unguarded thoughts. 3evelo the mind of equilibrium. "ou will always be getting raise and blame, but don%t let either affect the oise of the mind, follow the calmness, the absence of ride. The ultimate victory in com etition is derived from the inner satisfaction of #nowing that you have done your best and that you have gotten the most out of what you had to give. The voice of honest indignation is the voice of 5od. !ho can rotest an injustice but doesn%t is an accom lice to the act.

-Carl Jung. -%.G. #ells. -Buddhist disci1le. -The 'hamma1ada. -anon. -anon. -anon. -anon. -anon.

707

708 709 710 711 712 713

714

-&utta 2i1ata.

715

-%oward Cosell.

716 717

-#illiam Blake. -Talmud.

AA

718

The best revenge is to be unli#e him who erformed the injury. /trength is ha iness. /trength is itself victory. In wea#ness and cowardice there is no ha iness. !hen you wage a struggle, you might win or you might lose. 'ut regardless of the short-term outcome, the very fact of your continuing to struggle is roof of your victory as a human being. +et me not ray to be sheltered from dangers, but to be fearless in facing them. +et me not beg for the stilling of my ain, but for the heart to conquer it.

-Marcus *urelius

719

-'aisaku 7keda.

720 721 722

-(a"indranath Tagore.

-ct with courage and dignity, stic# to the ideals that give -Jawaharlal meaning to life. 2ehru. >ictory begets enmity, the defeated dwell in ain. ;a ily the eaceful live, discarding both victory and defeat. If you ric# us, do we not bleed9 If you tic#le us, do we not laugh9 If you oison us, do we not die9 -nd if you wrong us, shall we not revenge9 If we are li#e you in the rest, we will resemble you in that. The fear of death is the most unjustified of fears, for there%s no ris# of accident for someone who%s dead. 'eware the fury of a atient man. )or everything you have missed, you have gained something else, and for everything you gain, you lose something else. !here the willingness is great, the difficulties can%t be great. It is not the strongest of the s ecies that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most res onsive to change. "our sacred s ace is where you can find yourself again and again. &any eo le fail in life, not for lac# of ability or brains or even courage but sim ly because they have never organiBed their energies around a goal. -'hamma1ada -#illiam &hakes1eare. -*l"ert 5instein. -John 'ryden. -(al1h #aldo 5merson. -Machia!elli!e. -Charles 'arwin. -Jose1h Cam1"ell. -5l"ert %u""ard"ert.

723

724 725 726 727 728 729 730

AC

731 732 733 734

- /mile is an ine7 ensive way to im rove your loo#s. To do two things at once is to do neither. +et a man avoid evil deeds as a man who lives life avoids oison. )or last year%s words belong to last year%s language, -nd ne7t year%s words await another voice, -nd to ma#e an end is to ma#e a beginning. !e don%t believe in ourselves until someone reveals that dee inside us something is valuable, worth listening to, worthy of our trust, sacred to our touch= that reveals the human s irit. The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. !e have created a society the honor the servant and has forgotten the gift. 3on%t believe in anything sim ly because you have heard it. 3o not believe in anything sim ly because it is s o#en and rumored by many. 3on%t believe in anything sim ly because it is found written in your religious boo#s. 3on%t believe in anything merely on the authority of your teachers and elders. 3on%t believe in traditions because they have been handed down for many generations. 'ut after observation and analysis, when you find that anything agrees with reason and is conducive to the good and benefit of one and all, then acce t it and live u to it. / end some time with your loved ones, because they are not going to be around forever. /ay a #ind word to someone who loo#s u to you in awe, because that little erson soon will grow u and leave your side. 5ive a warm hug to the one ne7t to you, because that is the only treasure you can give with your heart and it doesn%t cost a thing. 6emember, to say, <I love you% to your artner and your loved ones, but most of all meant it. - #iss and an embrace will mend hurt when it comes from dee inside of you. 6emember to hold hands and cherish the moment for someday that erson will not be there again. AE

-Charles Gordy. - u"lillius &yrus. -The Buddha. -T. &. 5liot.

735

- e e cummings.

736

-*l"ert 5instein.

737

-Buddha.

738

-George Carlin.

739

There is no such thing as instant im rovement in life. -nd as you #now in agriculture, growth can only ha en little by little over time=. The things that you do daily may seem small and insignificant, but over time eo le will be sur rised to learn how much you have grown in -'onald life. Latumahina. )ocus on the small things you do daily. The #ey word here is daily. If you don%t have the ersistence to do these small things consistently, you won%t be able to see the results over the long term. In three words I can sum u everything I%ve learned about life, it goes on. $very moment of your life is infinitely creative and the universe is endlessly bountiful. 0ust ut forth a clear enough request, and everything your heart desires must come to you. ;ow much more grievous are the consequences of anger than the causes of it. The ast must no longer be used as an anvil for beating out the resent and the future. /mall o ortunities are often the beginning of great enter rises. !e must be willing to let go of the life we have lanned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us. (o man or woman of the humblest sort can really be strong, gentle and good without the world being better for it, without somebody being hel ed and comforted by the very e7istence of that goodness. !hatever in society is good and great and sublime is the wor#ing out of love. !hatever in society is very bad F nay diabolical Fis also ill-directed, wor#ing out of the same emotion of love. It is this same emotion that gives us the ure and holy conjugal love as well as the sort of love which goes to satisfy the lowest forms of assion. It is the same feeling of love well or ill-directed that im els one man to do good and to give all he has to the oor, while it ma#es another man cut the throats of his brethren and ta#e away all their ossessions. The former loves others as much as the later loves himself. AG -(o"ert $rost.

739

740

-M. K. Gandhi. -Marcus *urelius. - aul-5mile Bordaus. -'emosthenes. -5. M. $orster.

741 742 743 744

745

-*lan *lda.

746

-)i!ekananda.

747

748

749

-h, fill the cu , what boots it to re eat ;ow time is sli ing underneath our )eetD Jnborn, Tomorrow and dead "esterday, !hy fret about them if Today be sweet8 3on%t occu y your recious time e7ce t with the most recious of things, and the most recious of human things is the state of being occu ied between the ast and the future. The good endure ain in the interest of others. 'ut the evil do so to give others ain. The tender-hearted, li#e the birch tree, submit to distress Feven allow their bar# to be torn off F for the good of their neighbors. 'ut the wic#ed, li#e the hem , have their s#in flayed off and erish in agony to be able to torture others. They do harm to others even though they have no ur ose of their own to serve. ;aving destroyed their neighbor%s ro erty, they erish themselves, li#e the hail that melts away to nothing after ruining the cro s. The rise of the wic#ed is a source of calamity to the world. The rise of the good, on the other hand, li#e that of the sun and the moon, is ever conducive to universal joy. The highest merit #nown to the >edas is to do no harmD and there is no sin as heinous as s ea#ing ill of others. The only thing that overcomes hard luc# is hard wor#. It%s choice Fnot chance Fthat determines your destiny. )riendshi is certainly the finest balm for the angs of disa ointed love. The most imaginative eo le are the most credulous, for them, everything is ossible.

-<mar Khayyam. -7sa al-Kharraz.

-Tulsidas.

750 751 752 753

- %arry Golden. -Jean 2idetch. -Jane *ustene. -*leEander Chase.

AH