Money is not the only thing in life.

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31) Life is like game of cricket where you are at the bowling end and your children are batting. They hit hard to their full capacities and leave the field exhausted. When it is your turn to bat, they are reluctant to bowl leaving you as mute spectator or forced to retire with out scoring any runs.
32) Learn to save for the needs of tomorrow while spending for the bare necessities of today. Do not give the entire responsibility of looking after you in to the hands of your children, to prevent having a miserable old age.
33) The periods of light and darkness are a matter of natural phenomena in one's life. Carry on the journey to the destination, with the support of ‘samardha Sadhguru’ on the path shown by him. You are sure to find a friend in everybody.
34) The day you stop aspiring for position and wealth while practicing non- interference in to other's activities, you are qualified to enter the World of spiritualism. The day you can see the mother in your wife, you are on the top of the spiritual World.
35) Money is not the only thing in life. Never loose kith and kin for the sake of money and make your life valueless.

36) Life is comparable to a machine where parts are worn out. Parts beyond repairs are generally heated, melted and recast in to new parts. Similarly the physical body cast by God, goes back in to the soil to take a new form.
37) It is not advisable to run away from wife and children shelving one's responsibilities. If that is only the goal, it should happen with mutual consent, separating pleasantly.
38) One who realizes that responsibilities are going to be a part of life till the end and adjust accordingly is a wise person. On the contrary a person who wavers in attachments till the end is a coward.
39) How many dips we had in the holy Ganges is not important. How much of dirt we have removed from our hearts should be of importance.
40) Wearing white is synonymous with living in peace and happiness. Getting dirt on them is as good as inviting problems. Keep them clean to lead a puritan's life both in principles and practice.