Skip to main content

Sri Sri Ravishankar's words of Wisdom

"My vision is a violence free society, disease free body, confusion free mind, inhibition free intellect, trauma free memory and sorrow free soul which is the birth right of every individual."

"A wise one is happy even in bad times. And the stupid one is unhappy even in good times."

"Spirituality blossoming simply means blossoming in life in all dimensions; being happy, at ease with yourself and with everybody around you."

"In always wanting to be comfortable, you become lazy. In always wanting perfection, you become angry. In always wanting to be rich, you become greedy."

"Knowledge is a burden if it robs you of innocence. Knowledge is a burden if it is not integrated into life. Knowledge is a burden if it doesn't bring joy. Knowledge is a burden if it gives you an idea that you are wise. Knowledge is a burden if it doesn't set you free. Knowledge is a burden if it makes you feel you are special."

Gurudev Sri Sri Ravishankar

"Love minus knowledge is problem and love with knowledge is bliss."

"Wise is one who learns from another's mistakes. Less wise is the one who learns only from his own mistakes. The fool keeps making the same mistakes again and again and never learns from them."

"Life teaches you the art of letting go in every event. When you have learnt to let you go, you will be joyful and as you start being joyful, more will be given to you."

"Three things to hold on to - Sharpness in the intellect, Happiness in the mind and tenderness in the heart."

"Every storm that has come into your life has widened your horizon, has made you deep and more powerful. Every storm has destroyed some smallness in you, something in you that has been very small."

"Make your desire bigger. Desire for the highest. Don't go for anything smaller. Then divine love dawns in you."

"If you are happy, infect others with your happiness; don't keep it to yourself. Any action done with this idea behind it is service and the best form of service is uplifting someone's state of mind."

"The present moment is so deep & vast. It contains the entire past & future."

"Activity and rest are two vital aspects of life. To find a balance in them is a skill in itself. Wisdom is in knowing when to have rest, when to have activity, and how much of each to have. Finding them in each other - activity in rest and rest in activity - is the ultimate freedom."

"Events come and go, they perish like flowers. But every event and every person contains some honey. Like a bee, just take the honey out of every event and every moment and move on. Be like a busy bee and be in the being."

"Success means having an undying smile and determination to keep moving ahead come what may."

"A moment of quiet serene smile speaks volumes that even thousand words cannot convey. Keep smiling and keep serving."

"When the mind is happy, it expands and time seems too short. When the mind is unhappy, it contracts and time seems too long. When the mind is in equanimity, it transcends time."

"True success in life is to manage ourselves."

"For success in life you need yukti(skill), shakti(strength), Bhakti."

"A sign of success is confidence. Even if you lose everything and have your confidence, you can recreate everything."

"Life is much larger than birth and death, failure & success. You are the unblemished, pure, eternal self. Knowing this, you walk like a king."

"Happiness is right here and now and way to find it is through meditation. It improves our mind, health and brings more happiness."

"Don't postpone your happiness until some perfect future date. Be happy now, tomorrow will take care of itself."

"If you are a taker of happiness you get misery, if you are a giver of happiness you get joy and love."

"Where the wanting and desires end & the sharing begins, happiness is there."

"The main thing in life is contentment. The more contented we are, the more we receive in life. Purity, clarity, contentment = formula for happiness."

"If we maintain the purity in the heart, clarity in the mind, action becomes more harmonious."

"Welcome each day with a genuine smile from within. That smile comes when you know for sure that the divine loves you."

"Spirituality means going deep into your prayers, irrespective of what prayer and which religion you follow."

"Expression of love is service, expression of joy is smile, expression of peace is meditation, expressing god is conscious action."

"You are like a free bird. You are fully open. Learn to fly. This is something which you have to experience within yourself. If you consider yourself as bonded, you will remain bound here. When will you experience freedom? Become free right now. Sit down and become content.  Spend some time in meditation & sat sang so that your inner self becomes strong enough to deal with challenges."

Comments

  1. This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

    ReplyDelete
  2. I have read your blog its very attractive and impressive. I like it your blog.

    myfreearticledirectory
    Education

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Know about Mahatma Gandhi, Gandhi Jayanti and International Day of Non-Violence

'Gandhi Jayanti' is celebrated every year to mark the birth anniversary of Gandhiji (Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi), popularly known as Mahatma Gandhi, 'Bapu' or the 'Father of the Nation' in India. Gandhiji is a symbol of peace, non-violence and humanity. He was the protagonist of Peace.

If you land up on this page to know all the recent updates happening in the name of Mahatma Gandhi, this is certainly the best place, as we keep tracking each and every detail of any happenings around the world on Mahatma Gandhi. But if by any chance you land up here for some Mahatma Gandhi Quotes, you can check this link.













Timeline of Mahatma Gandhi (Memories & special mentions of Mahatma Gandhi)↓↓↓


15th June 2007 - The United Nations has also declared October 2 as the International Day of Non-Violence. According to the UN General Assembly resolution of 15 June 2007, which established the commemoration, the International Day of Non Violence is an occasion to "disseminate …

Mahatma Gandhi Quotes

There is a saying in Hindi "Lakhon Mein Ek" (Which loosely translates to "One among Millions" in English), but for legends like Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, who is an inspiration to almost entire population of earth, this Hindi colloquial proverb should change to "Arbon Mein Ek" ("One among Billions").

To start with, let me share my favourite Quote of Mahatma Gandhi, although some say Gandhi never said this, but this quote is attributed to him only.
"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win."


"Be the change that you wish to see in the world.""Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.""An eye for an eye will only make the whole world blind.""Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.""When I despair, I remember that all through history the way of truth and love have always won. There h…

8th April - A Day in the life of India

Learn about the importance of April 8 in the history of India. Major historical events on this day, Famous Birthdays on this day and Death Anniversaries on this day.

Celebrations/Observations on April 8

April 8 in the history of India

1999 – Haryana Gana Parishad, a political party in the Indian state of Haryana, merges with the Indian National Congress.1950 – India and Pakistan sign the Liaquat–Nehru Pact.1929 – Indian independence movement: At the Delhi Central Assembly, Bhagat Singh and Batukeshwar Dutt throw handouts and bombs to court arrest.

Famous Birthdays on April 8

1979 – Amit Trivedi, Indian singer-songwriter1954 – G.V. Loganathan, Indian-American engineer and academic (d. 2007)

Death Anniversaries on April 8

2015 – Jayakanthan, Indian journalist and author (b. 1934)1894 – Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay, Indian journalist, author, and poet (b. 1838)

Know about Independent Journalist Ravinder Singh Robin

Ravinder Singh Robin (born 12th October ) is an independent journalist, presently working with BBC World Services, CNNnews18, SBS Australia as a freelance reporter.

He is a prolific and thought-provoking professional, regularly expressing his views on political issues in public speeches, television appearances, print media, and publications.

Early Life Ravinder born to a modest family to Father Sardar Surinder Singh and mother Raminder Kaur in Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan. Ravinder lost his mother very early in his life. He did his early schooling from Aror Vansh model school and matriculation from Khalsa School. Ravinder graduated from Khalsa College, Amritsar.
Career Robin contributed to Reuters, Voice of America, Asian News International and contributes regularly to BBC World Services, SBS Australia, All India Radio, DD news-National TV, and Vernacular media.

In his 20-year stint with Asian News International (ANI), he covered foreign visits of Presidents, Prime Ministers, ministers. …

Grand finale finalist Femina Miss India 2016 Zoya Mirza

Born in an orthodox Muslim family, Indore girl Zoya Mirza aka Zeba Baig has earned a place in the grand finale of Femina Miss India 2016 contest. She is hopeful that a blend of luck and hard work would see her through.

The tenacious girl has reached the top-21 by competing among 15,000 girls from 18 cities of the country. Meet Zoya Mirza, the 'conservative Muslim' girl who could become the next Miss India

Born in a conservative Muslim family, Zoya did her schooling from St Raphael’s Girls’ Higher Secondary School and then did her graduation in media studies from Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya's School of Journalism.

Zoya, a good looking and intelligent girl wanted to try out for the Miss India contest but was told by her mother that it was 'Un-Islamic'.
Still, tenacious Zoya kept persuading her parents and continued grooming herself. She pursued an acting course and also worked as a television anchor for various news channels in Indore for a year. Seeing her unrelent…