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Thought for the day as writen at Prasanthi Nilayam - July 1, 2005

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  • sboids
    There is a tendency to interpret renunciation as merely giving up worldly attachments. Renunciation truly means attaining perfect equanimity. People may
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 1, 2005
      There is a tendency to interpret renunciation as merely giving up
      worldly attachments. Renunciation truly means attaining perfect
      equanimity. People may criticize you or praise you, take them both
      with a sense of equanimity. One may try to harm you while another may
      try to do you a good turn; treat both situations with equanimity. In
      one business venture, you may incur a loss while in another you may
      make a profit; treat them both alike. Equanimity is the hallmark of
      yoga (spiritual attainment).

      -SAI BABA
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