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SINNER TODAY, SAINT TOMORROW

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SINNER TODAY, SAINT TOMORROW

Critical times test the faith of the devotee. He who has faith in the
Lord must pass through the fire of suffering. Suffering is not



The Walnut Tree and the Philosopher

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Swami Sai Premananda

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It has been a while since I’ve visited this site and it saddens me to come across what can at best be described as vitriolic rhetoric posted by one individual against Swami Sai Premananda.



Native American Code of Ethics

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Native American Code of Ethics

1...Rise with the sun. Pray alone. Pray often. The Great Spirit will listen if you will only speak.



Enlightenment: How to Transcend the Ego

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"That which you
assume yourself to be
is not actually a thing,
but an action.

It is the action
holding on.

In every moment,
you are unconsciously
holding on to an idea
of who you are.



Don't see the faults of ...

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When a man sees defects in others, his own mind first gets polluted. What does he gain by finding faults in others? He only hurts himself by that.

— The Holy Mother, Sri Sarada Devi ...



Blessed Ram and Lakshmi

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Blessed Ram and Lakshmi

It was evening on Tuesday (02/09/2008) when Amma fed Ram and Lakshmi, the blessed elephants of the ashram.



THE PEAK OF PERFECTION

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THE PEAK OF PERFECTION

You can climb the peak of perfection through resolute will, intense dispassion, renunciation and rigorous Meditation. Sublime divine



The Poetry of the Highest

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WHO KNOWS HOW MOTHER PLAYS!

Perchance a prophet thou —
Who knows? Who dares touch
The depths where Mother hides
Her silent failless bolts!

Perchance the child had glimpse



SEE GOD IN ALL

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I have now come to a stage of realization in which I see that God is walking in every human form and manifesting Himself alike through the sage and the sinner, the virtuous and the vicious. Therefore when I meet different people I say to myself, "God in the form of the saint, God in the form of the sinner, God in the form of the righteous, God in the form of the unrighteous."

— Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa