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SELF-JUSTIFICATION

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  • Swami Sivananda
    Sivananda s Thought for the Day: 30 June 2011 SELF-JUSTIFICATION One who is a slave of self-justification is easily annoyed when his defects are pointed out.
    Message 1 of 8 , Jun 30, 2011
      Sivananda's Thought for the Day: 30 June 2011

      SELF-JUSTIFICATION

      One who is a slave of self-justification is easily annoyed when his defects are pointed out. He always tries to keep up his prestige and position. He always wishes to go his own way. He pretends to be obedient but at every step his ego asserts itself. He is arrogant and breaks rules.

      —Sri Swami Sivananda

      Divine Life Society of South Africa
      www.sivananda.co.za
    • Swami Sivananda
      Sivananda s Thought for the Day: 14 July 2011 SELF-JUSTIFICATION It is impossible to correct one who has the most dangerous habit of self-justification. He is
      Message 2 of 8 , Jul 14, 2011
        Sivananda's Thought for the Day: 14 July 2011

        SELF-JUSTIFICATION

        It is impossible to correct one who has the most dangerous habit of self-justification. He is ever ready to bring any kind of clumsy argument to justify himself, to keep up his position and prestige. He does things to indulge in his own habits. He ends up with a clouded understanding. There is no peace of mind for him.

        —Sri Swami Sivananda

        Divine Life Society of South Africa
        http://www.sivananda.co.za
      • Swami Sivananda
        Sivananda s Thought for the Day: 19 March 2012 SELF-JUSTIFICATION He who justifies himself does not give the least thought to the opinions of others. Even the
        Message 3 of 8 , Mar 18, 2012
          Sivananda's Thought for the Day: 19 March 2012

          SELF-JUSTIFICATION

          He who justifies himself does not give the least thought to the opinions of others. Even the most logical argument falls on deaf ears. He is ready to defend himself by any means. The more he justifies himself, the more enraged he gets. He will not hesitate to utter lies to cover himself.

          —Sri Swami Sivananda

          Divine Life Society of South Africa
          www.sivananda.co.za
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