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1. Battles are always won in the mind. 2.

It is much better and less confusing if you admit you were wrong(if you were). ----- Stephen Haw ing !. "he man who regards his own life and that of his fellow creatures as meaningless is not merely unfortunate but most dis#ualified for life. ----- $lbert %instein &. 'nly two things are infinite( the uni)erse and human stupidity( and I*m not sure about the former. ----- $lbert %instein +. If you want to now India( study ,i)e ananda. In him e)erything is positi)e and nothing negati)e. ----- -abindranath "agore to -omain -olland ($ .obel /aureate to another .obel /aureate) 0. $fter ha)ing gone through his wor s( the lo)e that I had for my country became a thousandfold. ----- 1ahatama 2andhi (about Swami ,i)e ananda) 3. %)ery new thought must create opposition. ----- Swami ,i)e ananda 4. "he bree5e of mercy is already blowing( do you only hoist the sail. -----ama rishna 6aramahansa 7. "hat part of the ,edas which agrees with reason is the ,edas( and nothing else. ----- Swami ,i)e ananda 18. Better the scolding of the wise than the adulation of the fools. ----- Swami ,i)e ananda 11. If you lo)e 2od*s creation more than 2od( you will be disillusioned. ----- Swami ,i)e ananda 12. If it is impossible to attain perfection here and now( there is no proof that we can attain perfection in any other life. ----- Swami ,i)e ananda 1!. .e)er mind if your contribution is only a mite( your help only a little( blades of grass united into a rope will hold in confinement the maddest of elephants. ----Swami ,i)e ananda 1&. "he cow ne)er tells a lie( and the stone ne)er steals( but( ne)ertheless( the cow remains a cow and the stone remains a stone. 1an steals and man tells a lie( and again it is man that becomes the god. ----- Swami ,i)e ananda 1+. .ew things ha)e to be learned( ha)e to be introduced and wor ed out( but is that to be done by sweeping away all that is old( 9ust because it is old: ----- Swami ,i)e ananda 10. $s long as I li)e( so do I learn. ----- Swami ,i)e ananda 13. It is the constant struggle against nature that constitutes human progress( not conformity with it. ----- Swami ,i)e ananda 14. If any one of you belie)es what I teach( I will be sorry. I will only be too glad if I can e;cite in you the power of thin ing for yoursel)es. ----- Swami ,i)e ananda 17. "he sage is often ignorant of physical science( because he reads the wrong boo the boo within< and the scientist is too often ignorant of religion( because he reads the wrong boo - the boo without. ----- Swami ,i)e ananda 28. "he wic ed see in 2od wic edness. "he )irtuous see in Him )irtue. ----- Swami ,i)e ananda 21. %)erything that comes from India ta e as true( until you find cogent reasons for disbelie)ing it. %)erything that comes from %urope ta e as false( until you find cogent reasons for belie)ing it. ----- Swami ,i)e ananda 22. =e trust the man in the street( but there is one being in the uni)erse we ne)er trust and that is 2od. ----- Swami ,i)e ananda 2!. "he body must go( no mista e about that. It is better to wear out than to rust out. ----- Swami ,i)e ananda 2&. Isn*t it man that ma es money: =here did you e)er hear of money ma ing man: ----- Swami ,i)e ananda