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single-minded devotional practice

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Lord Krishna said to Arjuna when advising him on Bhakti yoga:-
Forthwith he becomes pious and attains abiding peace. O, Arjuna, you can proclaim that my devotee never perishes.

— Bhagavad Gita
IX: 31



single-minded devotional practice

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Says Lord Krishna in Bhagavatam:-
He who thus worships Me constantly and exclusively, through the performance of his duties, knowing My presence in all beings, soon attains to steadfast devotion to Me.

— Srimad Bhagavatam
XI: 18.44



single-minded devotional practice

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Lord Krishna says in Bhagavad Geeta:-

If even a wicked person worships Me to the exclusion of all else, he should be regarded as righteous for he is rightly resolved.

— Bhagavad Gita
IX: 30



God-Realization Through Bhakti-Yoga

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Lord Krishna says:---
A gold smelted by fire gives up its dross and gets back its real state, so the mind by means of systematic devotion to Me winnows off subtle impressions of past Karmas and attains to Me.

— Srimad Bhagavatam
XI: 14.25



God-realization through Bhakti-Yoga

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Devotion is attainable by continuous spiritual practice.

— Bhakti-Sutras
III:36



God-realization through Bhakti-Yoga

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Lord Krishna says to Uddhava in Bhagavatam:---
O, Uddhava, there is almost no other efficient way except the Bhakti-yoga due to the association with sages for I am the goal of the sages.

— Srimad Bhagavad Gita
XI:II.48



Kindness of Strangers

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A generous heart, kind speech, and a life of service and compassion are the things which renew humanity.

— Gautama Buddha



Kindness of Strangers

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I try to treat whoever I meet as an old friend with dignity, with honour.

— The Dalai Lama XIV



Highest Love

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Thus Spake Lord Krishna --------
Through unfailing devotion, Arjuna, you can know Me, see Me, and attain union with Me. Whoever makes Me the Supreme Goal of all his work and acts without selfish attachment, he who devotes himself to Me completely and is free from ill will for any creature, enters into Me.

— Bhagavad Gita
11: 54-55



Highest Love

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Bhakti is the one essential thing.
To be sure, God exists in all beings.
Who, then is a devotee?
He whose mind dwells on God.
But this is not possible as long as
one has egoism and vanity.
The water of God's grace cannot
collect on the high mound of egoism.
It runs down.

— Ramakrishna Paramahansa