• “Ant Philosophy”

    First Part of Philosophy: Ants Never Quit If they are headed somewhere and if you try to stop them, they will look for another way. They will climb over; they will climb under or they will climb around. They keep looking for another way. They never quit.   Lesson: We should never quit looking for […]

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  • The Roller Coaster of Life

    Experiencing the miraculous healing power!   I think I rode one of the scariest roller-coasters possible when my infant son was diagnosed with terminal leukemia. The heavy-handed specialist gave us no hope at all. There was nothing they could do, he informed us. He thought John had a year at the outside.   I went […]

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  • The Cracked Pot

    A water bearer had two large pots. Each hung on each end of a pole which he carried across his neck. One of the pots had a crack in it, and while the other pot was perfect and always delivered a full portion of water at the end of the long walk from the stream to the […]

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  • The Power of Forgiveness

    Saying “I forgive you” isn’t simply an act of kindness, but it is a “no” to vengeance and a “yes” to peace. When someone does something wrong to us, it’s easy to think negative, angry thoughts of hate, revenge and retaliation, but doing so really leads to nothing less than endless regret and burden.    […]

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  • The Rose Within

    A certain man planted a rose and watered it faithfully. He examined it regularly. He saw the bud that would soon blossom, but noticed thorns upon the stem and he thought, “How can any beautiful flower come from a plant burdened with so many sharp thorns? Saddened by this thought, he neglected to water the […]

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  • Inspiring Quotes by Mahatma Gandhi

    Mahatma Gandhi was a great patriotic Indian. He was a man of an unbelievably great personality. His philosophy of non-violence is probably his most important contribution. This philosophy of non-violence is known as ahimsa. Most noteworthy, Gandhi’s aim was to seek independence for India without violence and he was relentless in his philosophy of ahimsa. […]

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  • Miseries are Unavoidable but Being Miserable is Optional

    Nobody born in this world has immunity against painful experiences — failures, sorrows, miseries, old-age, disease and death. From divine incarnation to the lowliest one, everyone has gone through some or the other miserable experiences.   Miseries and sufferings are an integral part of our ephemeral existence. In relative existence everything is impermanent, including miseries […]

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