A cultured tongue rules the kingdom of the heart.
In love, there is no place for expectation, but only for gratitude. That is why love is the pinnacle of human nobility.
When prayer is offered with a heart full of love and devotion, it shall never go unheard.
If internal peace and lightness follow as the natural result of our practices, then our spiritual training is effective.
Knowledge is not an end in itself, merely a means to an end.
A good heart, benevolent feelings and a balanced mind lie as the foundation of character.
The mystery of all happiness lies in the steadying and settling down of the activity of the mind (chitta-vritti). Happiness is the heir of peace and rest.
That which is at rest is called peaceful and stable. Peace is the name of the subtlest originality.
The purpose of action is only to express life. If life expresses itself in a natural way, without harming anyone, there is neither merit nor sin in it.
Meditation is effortless focus upon an infinite object.
Philosophy should begin with the feeling of wonder, not doubt.
Simplicity is the very essence of Nature.
Change is the instrument of progress.
We see shortcomings in others only at that time when those shortcomings are present in ourselves.
What is real love? It is a state when the trinity of the lover, the beloved and love itself disappear.
The beauty of love is that all the shortcomings and defects of the beloved appear adorable.