16. All religions are roads leading to the one and the only goal, that is God. So regardthem all with equal respect (All religions teach that you should purify your mind, knowyour own self and develop Love).17. The truth is only yourself, what you see during the day is a day dream, what you seeduring sleep is a night dream.18. God is present in your own heart and functions as the witnessing consciousness allthrough. So we cannot hide anything thinking God is elsewhere.19. Since God is the indwelling Divine Spirit of all living beings, doing service or goodto a person is in reality worshiping God. Similarly talking ill or doing anything bad to a person is in reality doing bad to God Himself or talking ill of Him.20. Good and bad, peace and agony, pain and pleasure, all these originate within man andnot outside him.21. Turn your mind inwards to your innate Divinity and enjoy peace and equanimity. Beimmersed in that bliss.22. Good and bad, happiness and sorrow, which appear to be different and opposite, arein reality two faces of the same coin.23. The mind is the sole cause for happiness as well as for misery, for bondage or for freedom.24. If there are no two periods of pain there will be no experience of pleasure, for pleasure is only an interval between two pains.25. We must try to do good to others and keep the loss or suffering if any to ourselves.Then only do we deserve to assert that God is with us.26. True spiritual life is that which teaches unity or oneness and makes us selfless andfull of love.27. Philosophy is the butter churned out of the milk of knowledge. Divine Knowledge isthe higher knowledge, by knowing which we know everything and the ultimate reality.28. Every action of ours and every thought of ours causes a reflection and a reaction anda resound.29. All that we do, either good or bad, knowingly or unknowingly produces a resultalways and so it is necessary for us to do good, so that the consequences will also begood.30. Life is not a one-way traffic. We should be prepared to give and take.