On Study

  1. THE VOICE OF THE SILENCE

    Thou hast to study the voidness of the seeming full, the fulness of the seeming void.
  2. THE BHAGAVAD-GITA

    True wisdom of a spiritual kind is freedom from self-esteem, hypocrisy, and injury to others; it is patience, sincerity, respect for spiritual instructors, purity, firmness, self-restraint, dispassion for objects of sense, freedom from pride, and a meditation upon birth, death, decay, sickness and error; it is an exemption from self-identifying attachment for children, wife, and household, and a constant unwavering steadiness of heart upon the arrival of every event whether favorable or unfavorable; it is a never-ceasing love for me alone, the self being effaced, and worship paid in a solitary spot, and a want of pleasure in congregations of me; it is a resolute continuance in study of Adhyatama, the Supreme spirit, and a meditation upon the end of the acquirement of a knowledge of truth; --this is called wisdom or spiritual knowledge; its opposite is ignorance.
  3. THE LIGHT ON THE PATH

    Study the hearts of men, that you may know what is that world in which you live and of which you will to be a part.

 

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