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योगः कर्मसु कौशलम् — Excellence in Action is Yoga!
योगः कर्मसु कौशलम् — Excellence in Action is Yoga!

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You do not get rid of an obsessing thought by concentrating on getting rid of it. You do so by supplanting it with other thoughts.
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The serpent painfully bound with the cord, sighing a little and maintaining its composure with great difficulty, then uttered these words slowly in human voice.
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We cannot withdraw from the work of the world without, like Arjuna, being guilty of cowardice. Besides, however eager we may be to retire from a life of action, we cannot, in reality, pass outside the region of activity. If we cease to work with our bodies, our minds still remain active, and our only hope of freedom is in learning the secret of work.
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From the principles point of view, in relating with our children or pupil, we should give advice to them by considering them faultless and their evils transitory. Only by consider them to be free of faults, we should try to free them from evils.
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To a son going on a long journey the mother gives food to take with him. Kausalya does the same when her son Rama leaves for the forest, but she does so after much thought.
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It is when, on account of our imperfect knowledge, we identify our true Self or Atman with the limitations of mind and body, we become selfish and are ready to do the things which brings us suffering and misery.
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The law of karma, eternal as it is, predestines nothing and no one, but, on the contrary, making every one free agent for action, shows the way out of the world of misery, through good thoughts and good deeds.
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A cause must always produce an effect of similar nature both in quality and quan­tity and a reaction must be similar to action. The forces of nature operate neither for profit nor for loss but for a perfect balance or harmony. 3rd of a seven part series: Law of compensation.
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It is our own Karma that produces its results in the form of joy or sorrow, pleasure or pain, happiness or unhappiness. It is compensation.
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