Sri Chinmoy

A Quote by Sri Chinmoy on god and man

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Man's eternal question is:
'Who is God?'
God's immediate answer is:
'My child, who else is God, if not you?

Sri Chinmoy

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A Quote by Sri Chinmoy on spirituality and carpe diem

A spiritual life means:
"It is now or never."

Sri Chinmoy

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A Quote by Sri Chinmoy on detachment

My soul reminds me
Again and again
That I am not the doer.
I am only a witness-
God-existence-life

Sri Chinmoy

Source: Seventy-Seven Thousand Service Trees, by Sri Chinmoy

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A Quote by Sri Chinmoy on inspiration

To inspire others
Is to be immediately rich
In the inner world.

Sri Chinmoy

Source: Seventy-Seven Thousand Service Trees, by Sri Chinmoy

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A Quote by Sri Chinmoy on miracle, effort, and goodness

There is no greater miracle
Than our conscious efforts
To become good human beings.

Sri Chinmoy

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A Quote by Sri Chinmoy

I am happy
Because my mind
Has forgotten how to calculate.

I am happy
Because my heart
Has forgotten how to hesitate.

I am happy
Because my life
Always knows how to tolerate.

                                Sri Chinmoy

Sri Chinmoy

Source: Beyond Within

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A Quote by Sri Chinmoy on heart, happiness, and god

God tells me that  
My happy heart  
Increases the beauty
 
Of His universal Heart.

Sri Chinmoy

Source: Seventy-Seven Thousand Service Trees, by Sri Chinmoy

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A Quote by Sri Chinmoy on happiness

The way to become happy
Is to think
And to feel
That the very best is yet to come.

Sri Chinmoy

Source: I bow to the Soul of the Parliament of World Religions, by Sri Chinmoy

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A Quote by Sri Chinmoy on failure, never give up, and determination

Failure 
Is not falling down.  
Failure
 
Is desiring to live
Where I have fallen.

Sri Chinmoy

Source: The Dance of Life, by Sri Chinmoy

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A Quote by Sri Chinmoy on happiness

Whatever you do, do it happily. Do not have any regrets: "Oh, I should have done this; I should have done that." No, whatever you have done, feel that that is absolutely the right thing. That will give you joy. Once you do it, feel that you have done your best. If you say, "I should have done something else," it will weaken you. Then you will not be able to do your other events well. Always do everything well and say, "I have done the right thing. If I have taken rest, it was absolutely necessary. If I have not taken rest, it is because it was not necessary." Always convince your mind with happiness, happiness.

Sri Chinmoy

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