“…Be still, and lay aside all thoughts of what you are and what God is; all concepts you have learned about the world; all images you hold about yourself. Empty your mind of everything it thinks is either true or false, or good or bad, of every thought it judges worthy, and all the ideas of which it is ashamed. Hold onto nothing. Do not bring with you one thought the past has taught, nor one belief you ever learned before from anything. Forget this world, forget this course, and come with wholly empty hands unto your God…”

I feel the Love of God within me now – ACIM 189 wbl excerpt

Quotes, May-June ’12

Acharya Prashant

Quotes, May-June ’12


1. In the Infinitude of wholeness, every path is a Middle path. DSC00009

2. Imagination is repetition.

3. जो रु-ब-रु है उसे नींद में देखोगे ख्वाब लेकर |
आँख यूँ बंद कि सूरज को ढूंढोगे चिराग लेकर ||

4. To try to live rightly without caring for the right livelihood is like trying to live healthily without giving up unhealthy food.

5. Who is poor? The one who wants more. How can one be rich and yet crave for more?
Poverty line basis: The more the desires, the poorer one is.

6. What organised religion does to the mind of a fundamentalist, organised corporate does to the mind of a professional

7. To get a feel of what infinity means, look at human stupidity.

8. Knowing the fakeness of things is alright, but its no fun getting stuck at that.

9. If we could see how stale…

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On the First Day of December . . .

Kindness Blog

Choose Joy Quote Photo Credit: Pinterest

Upon the completion of last month’s thirty days of gratitude series, which seems like only yesterday, because it was only yesterday, I decided to do another series for the month of December.  However, as I contemplated what to write, two issues kept popping into my head, creating a not so festive case of writer’s block.  So, I thought that I would begin by sharing the two issues that linger, as a disclaimer of sorts.

The first issue is one that I finally owned up to a few years ago.  Despite years of fa-la-la-ing and ho-ho-ho-ing, I actually dislike Christmas.  To be more accurate, I dislike the over commercialized, shop-until-drop, high-octane holiday that Christmas has become, as it usually leaves me stressed out and frazzled, despite taking steps to simplify it.  I don’t begrudge anyone else who chooses to deck the halls with boughs of holly and don…

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