As we step into the next decade, we share some profound thoughts of our founder, Pujya Swami Dayananda Saraswati, one of the greatest masters of Vedanta in modern times.
Read, absorb and contemplate.
- To the extent that you give freedom to others to be what they are, to that extent you are free.
- O Lord, please give me the serenity and maturity to accept gracefully what I cannot change, the will and effort to change what I can and the wisdom to know the difference between what I can change and what I cannot.
- The inner maturity of a human being is not in knowing what is right or wrong, but in knowing what one loses when one does the wrong thing.
- While physical pain is something to be endured and cured, sorrow is something you build on.
- For the one who can contemplate upon oneself, who can stay with oneself, there is tranquillity and love of oneself.
- A value is a value only when the value of the value is valuable to you.
- No educational system is complete without imparting the wisdom of living.
- When you perform your duty, you learn to enjoy what you do, rather than trying to find what you enjoy doing.