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Think before you speak

Think before you speak

अणुवीइभासी से निग्गंथे

He only is a Sadhu, who thinks before speaking

Speech or conversation determines who is ignorant and who is intelligent. What is the difference in between the two? Difference is that the ignorant speaks first and then only thinks; but the intelligent thinks first and then speaks. Continue reading “Think before you speak” »

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Quote #17

The power of your dreams lives in the action, not in the vision.
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Quote #11

All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother.
Abraham Lincoln
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Riddle

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Wherever you see

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Shri Prasannachandra Rajarshi


Once Lord Mahavir arrived in the city of Rajgruhi. He was accompained by the royal sage (Rajarshi) Prasannachandra. Rajarshi Muni used to execute severe penance simply by staring at the fire-emitting Sun, with his one leg up and both arms raised straight. Magadha king Shrenik was completely impressed by such severe penance and politely questioned Lord Mahavir, “O Lord, suppose this monk performing severe penance, passes away at this particular moment, what state would he achieve after his death?” Continue reading “Shri Prasannachandra Rajarshi” »

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Karavuṁ hōya tē thāya karamanē

Listen to Karavuṁ hōya tē thāya karamanē

Rāga: Lakhyuṁ hōya tē thāya bhaviṣyamāṁ sajanavā vairī hō ga’i hamāra
Bhāva: Karmasattānī amāpa tākāta anē ē tākātanē paḍakāratī dharmasattā

Karavuṁ hōya tē thāya
karamanē karavuṁ hōya tē thāya;
Jīvē jācyuṁ kāma na āvē,
dhāryuṁ nirarthaka jāya.

…Karamanē.1

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Vision is valuable

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Love for praise

Love for praise

कसोक्खेहिं सद्देहिं पेमं नाभिनिवेसए

Do not be attached to the charming words pleasing to ears

If we do good work then people will surely praise us. Words of admiration are delightful and people like listening those words, but we should not be attached to words, which are ear pleasing; otherwise, it is possible that dupers may dupe us. Continue reading “Love for praise” »

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See others as self

See others as self

आयओ बहिया पास

Enlightened people have shown a way to shield ourselves from all types of misconduct through which we can judge virtue and vice, violence and nonviolence, pious and impious deeds. Continue reading “See others as self” »

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