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Today's Stuff Wednesday, 25 April - 2018 Avilambi, Chittirai 12
Ramayana
Sworn enemies can be won over by compassion. The clever general understands this. He never kicks the fallen enemy but shows him compassion. In this way he wins them over to his side.
Mahabharata
Choose only the soft - spoken as emissaries.
Upanishads
Priya (pleasure) is sought for sensual gratification.
Hinduism
If there is no well, dig one to quench your fellow-men's thirst.
Universal Prayers - From Vedas
Thou hast no colour, no form, no weapons, no particular abode. Yet thou revealest Thyself unto Thy devotess in a personal form.
Sri Vishnu Sahasranama Stotram
Salutations to Him whose eyes are of reddish hue.
Sri Lalita Sahasranama
Om manda -smita - prabha - pura - majjat - kamesa - manasayai namah.
Salutations to Her the radiance of whose smile inundates the mind of Kamesvara, Her Consort.
Sivananda Lahari - Of Sri Sankaracarya
In this world, many are the minor deities who bestow paltry rewards. I ddo not, even in dream, attach any importance either to them or to their worship or to the results accruing from it. O Lord, O Thou bestower of happiness and the embodiment of all goodness! For long have I been praying for Thy lotus feet, which are difficult of attainment even for divinities like Vishnu and Brahma who live in close proximity to Thee.
Siva Sahasranama Stotram
Om atrya namaskartre namah
Adoration to Him who paid homage to Anasuya the wife of Atri for begetting two illustrious sons, Dattatreya and Durvasa.
Quotations from Sri Aurobindo and the Mother (Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry)
Let the light dawn in your consciousness.


 
 
 
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