All things have their nature determined by speech; speech is their root, and from speech they proceed; but he who is dishonest with respect to speech, is dishonest in everything. Hinduism Laws of Manu Source: http://holy-writings.com/index.php?a=RESULT&d=/en/Hinduism/Laws%20of%20Manu.txt&q=speech&q2=16&c=1#phrase-16

All things have their nature determined by speech; speech is their root, and from speech they proceed; but he who is dishonest with respect to speech, is dishonest in everything. Hinduism Laws of Manu Source: http://holy-writings.com/index.php?a=RESULT&d=/en/Hinduism/Laws%20of%20Manu.txt&q=speech&q2=16&c=1#phrase-16

One is dear to Me who does not hate any creature, who is friendly and compassionate, free from the notion of "I" and "my", even-minded in pain and pleasure, forgiving; and who is ever content, who has subdued the mind, whose resolve is firm, whose mind and intellect are engaged in dwelling upon Me, and who is devoted to Me. (12.13-14)

One is dear to Me who does not hate any creature, who is friendly and compassionate, free from the notion of "I" and "my", even-minded in pain and pleasure, forgiving; and who is ever content, who has subdued the mind, whose resolve is firm, whose mind and intellect are engaged in dwelling upon Me, and who is devoted to Me. (12.13-14)

Let him not, even though in pain, speak words cutting others to the quick; let him not injure others in thought or deed; let him not utter speeches which make others afraid of him, since that will prevent him from gaining heaven. Hinduism Laws of Manu Source: http://holy-writings.com/index.php?a=RESULT&d=/en/Hinduism/Laws%20of%20Manu.txt&q=speech&q2=3&c=1#phrase-3

Let him not, even though in pain, speak words cutting others to the quick; let him not injure others in thought or deed; let him not utter speeches which make others afraid of him, since that will prevent him from gaining heaven. Hinduism Laws of Manu Source: http://holy-writings.com/index.php?a=RESULT&d=/en/Hinduism/Laws%20of%20Manu.txt&q=speech&q2=3&c=1#phrase-3

One is dear to Me who does not hate any creature, who is friendly and compassionate, free from the notion of "I" and "my", even-minded in pain and pleasure, forgiving; and who is ever content, who has subdued the mind, whose resolve is firm, whose mind and intellect are engaged in dwelling upon Me, and who is devoted to Me. (12.13-14)

One is dear to Me who does not hate any creature, who is friendly and compassionate, free from the notion of "I" and "my", even-minded in pain and pleasure, forgiving; and who is ever content, who has subdued the mind, whose resolve is firm, whose mind and intellect are engaged in dwelling upon Me, and who is devoted to Me. (12.13-14)

One is dear to Me who does not hate any creature, who is friendly and compassionate, free from the notion of "I" and "my", even-minded in pain and pleasure, forgiving; and who is ever content, who has subdued the mind, whose resolve is firm, whose mind and intellect are engaged in dwelling upon Me, and who is devoted to Me.

One is dear to Me who does not hate any creature, who is friendly and compassionate, free from the notion of "I" and "my", even-minded in pain and pleasure, forgiving; and who is ever content, who has subdued the mind, whose resolve is firm, whose mind and intellect are engaged in dwelling upon Me, and who is devoted to Me.

One is dear to Me who does not hate any creature, who is friendly and compassionate, free from the notion of "I" and "my", even-minded in pain and pleasure, forgiving; and who is ever content, who has subdued the mind, whose resolve is firm, whose mind and intellect are engaged in dwelling upon Me, and who is devoted to Me. (Bhagavad Gita 12.13-14)

One is dear to Me who does not hate any creature, who is friendly and compassionate, free from the notion of "I" and "my", even-minded in pain and pleasure, forgiving; and who is ever content, who has subdued the mind, whose resolve is firm, whose mind and intellect are engaged in dwelling upon Me, and who is devoted to Me. (Bhagavad Gita 12.13-14)

One is dear to Me who does not hate any creature, who is friendly and compassionate, free from the notion of "I" and "my", even-minded in pain and pleasure, forgiving; and who is ever content, who has subdued the mind, whose resolve is firm, whose mind and intellect are engaged in dwelling upon Me, and who is devoted to Me. (Bhagavad Gita 12.13-14)

One is dear to Me who does not hate any creature, who is friendly and compassionate, free from the notion of "I" and "my", even-minded in pain and pleasure, forgiving; and who is ever content, who has subdued the mind, whose resolve is firm, whose mind and intellect are engaged in dwelling upon Me, and who is devoted to Me. (Bhagavad Gita 12.13-14)

One is dear to Me who does not hate any creature, who is friendly and compassionate, free from the notion of "I" and "my", even-minded in pain and pleasure, forgiving; and who is ever content, who has subdued the mind, whose resolve is firm, whose mind and intellect are engaged in dwelling upon Me, and who is devoted to Me. (12.13-14) Hinduism   Photo by: Love is the Secret

One is dear to Me who does not hate any creature, who is friendly and compassionate, free from the notion of "I" and "my", even-minded in pain and pleasure, forgiving; and who is ever content, who has subdued the mind, whose resolve is firm, whose mind and intellect are engaged in dwelling upon Me, and who is devoted to Me. (12.13-14) Hinduism Photo by: Love is the Secret

One is dear to Me who does not hate any creature, who is friendly and compassionate, free from the notion of "I" and "my", even-minded in pain and pleasure, forgiving; and who is ever content, who has subdued the mind, whose resolve is firm, whose mind and intellect are engaged in dwelling upon Me, and who is devoted to Me. (12.13-14)  Photo by: Love is the Secret

One is dear to Me who does not hate any creature, who is friendly and compassionate, free from the notion of "I" and "my", even-minded in pain and pleasure, forgiving; and who is ever content, who has subdued the mind, whose resolve is firm, whose mind and intellect are engaged in dwelling upon Me, and who is devoted to Me. (12.13-14) Photo by: Love is the Secret

Speak the Truth. Do your duty. Neglect not the Scriptures. Give your best to your teacher. Do not cut off the line of progeny. Swerve not from the Truth. Swerve not from the Good. Taittiriya Upanishad, 1.11 Source:http://www.thesoulofashark.com/2012/12/28/great-quote/

Speak the Truth. Do your duty. Neglect not the Scriptures. Give your best to your teacher. Do not cut off the line of progeny. Swerve not from the Truth. Swerve not from the Good. Taittiriya Upanishad, 1.11 Source:http://www.thesoulofashark.com/2012/12/28/great-quote/

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