Tag: wisdom

Only Dust!

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If parents you kick
And guests you prick
And to wife you stick
But for God, you light a wick,
Only dust you’ll lick.
Know your mind is sick.



Is Truth A Tale?

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Truth is not a tale
That is on sale,
Practice turns you pale,
In the beginning you may fail,
In the end, thee people hail,
Ocean of the world is easy to sail,



Wisdom

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While serious words
fuel conflict and chaos,

Laughter boggles the mind
to vanish the many
into ONE.

— O'no



A Crane Cannot Become A Swan!

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However, false Gurus look for hero’s role
By maya, each is caste in a joker’s role.
Before God’s children, each is a talking doll,
A crane cannot become a swan whatever you cajole.



WISDOM AS A BEGINNER

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If wisdom descends on you, you’ll always be a beginner. That’s the most advantageous position.

— Swami Premodaya



Who Will Cry?

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Who will cry?
And you know why?
Who lets his duties fly,
Who doesn’t even try
Only he will cry.
From him He will fly
Then he becomes sly.



PROBLEM-FREE LIVING

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"It is eminently possible for just about anybody, to live life in such a manner that it's essentially problem-free."

— Swami Premodaya



Immortal Football Game!

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Immortal game of football
Here Nath Yogi narrates to all.
Who understand his call
For them there is no fall.
To play this one needs no money
Nor does one require things any.



Awareness

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Awareness is not something you can possess, its is the nature of your very Being...

— Aadyananda



HOW TO PLUG INTO WISDOM

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Because wisdom is universal. You can plug into it anytime. It takes some effort, but you can do it. And when you learn the knack of that, things change. When you learn the knack of that, you’re going in the right direction. So there are only two choices, there are only two ways to live: You can live by being led by your thoughts—or you can live by you leading your thoughts.

— Swami Premodaya