The higher you rise, the wider becomes the margin of your view.
Justice can never be developed while we judge others; the only
way is by constantly judging ourselves.
Joy and sorrow are the light and shade of life; without light
and shade no picture is clear.
The wise man submits to conditions when he is helpless, bowing
to the will of God, but the evil that is avoidable he roots
out without sparing one single moment or effort.
Enviable is he who loveth and asketh no return.
To deny the changeableness of life is like fancying a motionless
sea, which can only exist in one's imagination.
Learn to live a true life and you will know the truth.
Wisdom is attained in solitude.
The seeming death of the body is the real birth of the soul.
As the rose blooms amidst thorns, so great souls shine out through
When the artist loses himself in his art, then the art comes
Do not do anything with fear; and fear not whatever you do.
Love develops into harmony, and of harmony is born beauty.
He who keeps no secrets has no depth in his heart.
Behind us all is one spirit and one life; how then can we be
happy if our neighbor is not also happy?
The sea of life is in constant motion, no one can stop its ever-moving
waves. The Master walks over the waves; the wise man swims in
the water; but the ignorant man is drowned in his effort to
Man's greatest privilege is to become a suitable instrument
The trees of the forest silently await God's blessing.
The plain truth is too simple for the seeker after complexity,
who is looking for things he cannot understand.
An unsuccessful man often keeps success away by the impression
of his former failures.
Man himself is the tree of desire, and the root of that tree
is in his own heart.
With good will and trust in God, self-confidence, and a hopeful
attitude towards life, a man can always win his battle, however
There are many paths, and each man considers his own the best
and wisest. Let each one choose that which belongs to his own
Failure, either in health or affairs, means there has been lack
Love is as water of the Ganges; it is itself a purification.
Love is unlimited, but it needs scope to expand and rise; without
that scope life is unhappy.
Every wave of the sea, as it rises, seems to be stretching its
hands upwards, as if to say, "Take me up higher and higher."
True pleasure lies in the sharing of joy with another.
A gain or a loss which is momentary is not real; if we knew
realities we should never grieve over the loss of anything that
experience shows to be only transitory.
A soul is as great as the circle of its influence.
Happiness lies in thinking or doing that which one considers