Thank you for sharing this. I have bookmarked the site for future reference and forwarded this message on to some friends. It continues to amaze me thatMessage 1 of 32 , Jul 20, 2005View SourceThank you for sharing this. I have bookmarked the site for future
reference and forwarded this message on to some friends. It continues
to amaze me that words/actions come when you need the reminder the
most. Thanks again for posting this!
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> "The ultimate goal is to find your Self. Don't give up;
> remember that goal always. Whatever you do, you should ask,
> `Am I approaching my goal of knowing my Self?' Keep that
> goal in mind while doing whatever you do: Karma Yoga,
> Bhakti Yoga, cleaning the house, serving people, answering
> the telephone. It doesn't matter what you are doing; those
> things are all outside. All those actions should help you
> to ultimately find yourself. Keep that in mind, and one day
> you will see the whole world as a heaven, because heaven
> and hell are of your making.
> God bless you. Om Shanthi, Shanthi, Shanthi."
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What Makes You Beautiful? The more you worry about your weight, the more sick you become. The worry itself causes increase in weight because many people eat aMessage 32 of 32 , Jan 3, 2009View SourceWhat Makes You Beautiful?
"The more you worry about your weight,
the more sick you become. The worry itself
causes increase in weight because many
people eat a lot when they worry. The more
you think of weight, the more weight you
will have. As you think, so you become.
Worry is the most dangerous disease. Keep
the mind healthy always. If someone doesn't
want to like you because of your weight, that
person is interested only in your flesh, not
in your qualities. What will make a person
beautiful? The beauty of wisdom that dawns
through tranquility of mind. We have enough
troubles and worries. Yogis should not be
bothered with weight issues. Let us think
of more important things in life that could
bring peace, joy and harmony.
"God bless you. OM Shanti, Shanti, Shanti."
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