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Practical Steps to Inner-Light Work

Practical instructions Difficulties exist only that you may grow strong by overcoming them. So overcome all difficulties one by one patiently. Failures are indeed steppingstones to success. Watch your speech. Watch every word. Speak no word that he’s in pure Orval Bulger or that can affect that the feelings of others. Never allowed and unclean… Continue reading Practical Steps to Inner-Light Work

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“On Children” A Poem by Kahlil Gibran

On Children by Kahlil Gibran Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of Life’s longing for itself. They come through you but not from you, And though they are with you, yet they belong not to you. You may give them your love but not your thoughts. For they have… Continue reading “On Children” A Poem by Kahlil Gibran

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Thought of the day :::

“Nothing contains all things. It is more precious than gold, without begining and end, more joyous than the perception of bountiful light, more noble than the blood of kings, comparable to the heavens, higher than the stars, more powerful than a stroke of lightning, perfect and blessed in every way. Nothing inspires… Nothing is everywhere”.… Continue reading Thought of the day :::

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The First Noble Truth::

The First Noble Truth This is one of the “tree signs of being”- that suffering hardship and unsatisfactoriness is the lot of humankind. It does not deny happiness or pleasure and life’s simple joys, but argues that they too come to an end and are therefore transient and passing.The Buddha likened pleasure to “licking honey… Continue reading The First Noble Truth::

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“The Thousands”

Better than a thousand senseless verses  is one which brings the hearer peace. Better than a thousand useless verses is one word of the law which brings the hearer peace. Though one man conquer thousand times a thousand men in battle, he who conquers himself is the greatest warrior. THE DAMMAPADA-VERSES 101-103 THE TEACHINGS OF THE BUDDHA… Continue reading “The Thousands”