When someone is rude, keep a smile on your face

Q: Guruji, it is said, slow and steady wins the race, but doesn’t feel as an appropriate lesson in today’s world. What should be today’s version?

Guruji: Be steady inside and run fast. Instead, if you are slow in walking and unsteady inside, it is no good. Be steady inside, and run fast outside. In fact, people do the other way around. They move very slowly outside, but they think too fast. Inside, they are restless and they are running, and they become sick.


“When someone is rude, keep a smile on your face. When you stay on the high road and keep your joy, you take away their power.”


“True love isn’t Romeo and Juliet who died together. It’s Grandma and Grandpa who grew old together.”


Like mobile networks, spirituality should reach every home


In the Bhagavad-Gita, it is said that there are three doors to hell. The first door is anger. How to control anger? Postpone expressing it. The second door to hell is greed. The third door is being obsessive; lust. The mind is obsessed with lust and doesn’t care for others; that creates huge problems.


You have confidence that if I need I’ll get it and go for it when you want it, that’s it! Then don’t go on thinking about it 24 hours, craving for it. You must be aware that, you’re craving is that which is stopping it from coming to you. You know a beggar is never invited for dinner. Food is thrown at a beggar. He will never be invited.

Om Namah Shivay

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