Being the Life of life is splendrous jnana worship. Beholding the Light of life is great yoga worship. Giving life by invocation is kriya worship. Expressing adoration is charya.-- Tirumantiram 1444
One desirous of prosperity should therefore avoid residing in a place where there is no astrologer. For, the astrologer is, as it were, an eye, and no sin wil creep in there.-- Brihat Samhita, 2.11
Eye cannot see him, nor words reveal him; by the senses, austerity, or works he is not known.When the mind is cleansed by the grace of wisdom, he is seen by contemplation.--Mundaka Upanishad, Krishna Yajur Veda 3, 1, 8.
Women will come to the helm and men will row the oars. Women will be the peacemakers. -- Anandamayi ma
Even as the radiance of the sun enlightens all regions, above, below and slantwise, so that only God, glorious and worthy of worship,
rules over all his creation. -- Svetasvatara Upanishad5.4.33
The ignorant act from attachment to work. The wise, however, should act, but in a spirit of detachment, with desire to maintain the world order. -- Bhagavad Gita 3.25
The wise should not confuse the minds of the ignorant who are bound to action. Let him rather, himself both active and integrated, foster all works. -- Bhagavad Gita 3.26
The learned find their home and town everywhere. Why not learn and learn till death? --Saint Tiruvalluvar
Even as the radiance of the sun enlightens all regions, above, below and slantwise, so that only God, glorious and worthy of worship, rules over all his creation. -- Svetasvatara Upanishad 5.4.33
Nonviolence, truth, freedom from anger, renunciation, serenity, aversion to fault-finding, sympathy for all beings, peace from greedy cravings, gentleness, modesty, steadiness, energy, forgiveness, fortitude, purity, a good will, freedom from pride--these belong to a man who is born for heaven. -- Bhagavad Gita 16. 2-3
Ahimsa is the highest dharma. It is the highest purification. It is also the highest truth from which all dharma proceeds. --Mahabharata XVIII: 1125.25
Here they say that a person consists of desires. And as is his desire, so is his will. And as is his will, so is his deed; and whatever deed he does, that he will reap. --Brihadaranyaka Upanishad IV, 4, ii, 6
The comments are owned by the author. We aren't responsible for their content.