Equipped with a deep understanding of human nature and a deeper knowledge of Vedantic tenets, A. Parthasarathy—scholar, teacher, sage—tries to make life more peaceful for all
Desires give rise to stress, as not all desires can be fulfilled. You can avoid the resulting mental agitation by using your discerning powers. Control and discipline your desire.
All grumbling is tantamount to why a lily is not an oak. The mind has a tendency to ramble in the past or future. This saps energy.
Don't let present happiness be linked with future achievement. The main idea is to be content with the present, while aspiring for higher things.
Attachment is love polluted with selfishness. The attached mind is as unsteady as an upside down cone standing on its tip. A mind free of attachment is as steady as a cone firmly placed on its base, and cannot be distressed by any external problem or circumstance.
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