It is when you go out into the world and work in various situations that you can see how your mind reacts to different circumstances.
To face different situations in life with presence of mind and mental poise, first we have to train the mind.
What is needed today is that we begin to value Mother Nature as much as we value our own mother who gave birth to us.
Many people talk a lot about environmental preservation, but true greatness lies in putting these principles into practice and actually doing something about it.
Change has to begin with the individual.  When an individual changes for the better, the whole family benefits, and then society prospers.
The more you give, the more you will have, like an endless spring that flows into the well as you draw water.
What we need is peace of mind. We can gain that only through the control of our mind.
The impermanent, which is the body, is given too much importance. The permanent, which is the Atman, is completely forgotten. This should change.