Inspiration : Swami Vijnanananda

God-vision is the true aim of human life, for that alone can give us real and lasting satisfaction. Swami Vijnanananda (The Disciples of Sri Ramakrishna, p 375 ) ভগবানের দর্শনলাভই হল মানবজীবনের চরম লক্ষ্য, কারণ একমাত্র সেটিই আমাদের…

Inspiration : Swami Subodhananda

God can be realized much more tangibly than a man feels the presence of the companion with whom he is walking. Swami Subodhananda (The Disciples of Sri Ramakrishna, p 359) একজন পথ চলার সাথীর থেকেও বেশি স্পষ্ট ভাবে ঈশ্বরের…

Inspirations : Sri Sri Ma Durga

सर्वस्य बुद्धिरूपेण जनस्य हृदि संस्थिते । स्वर्गापवर्गदे देवि नारायणि नमोऽस्तु ते ॥ You are the wisdom in everyone's heart; you gives enjoyments and liberation; O Devi, O Narayani, my pranams to you. সর্বস্য বুদ্ধিরূপেণ…

Inspiration : Swami Vivekananda

"To work we have the right, but not to the fruits thereof" — Leave the fruits alone. Why care for results? If you wish to help a man, never think what that man's attitude should be towards you. If you want to do a great or a good work,…

Inspiration : Swami Vivekananda

The human soul is eternal and immortal, perfect and infinite, and death means only a change of centre from one body to another. The present is determined by our past actions, and the future by the present. Swami Vivekananda…

Inspiration : Swami Vivekananda

The greatest help to spiritual life is meditation (Dhyâna). In meditation we divest ourselves of all material conditions and feel our divine nature. Swami Vivekananda (Complete Works, Vol II, Hints of Practical Spirituality)…

Inspiration : Swami Vivekananda

Give up all fruits of work; do good for its own sake; Swami Vivekananda (Complete Works of Swami Vivekananda, Vol 1, Karma Yoga, Freedom) কর্মের সমুদয় ফল ত্যাগ কর, সৎকর্মের জন্যই সৎকর্ম কর | স্বামী বিবেকানন্দ…

Inspiration : Swami Vivekananda

If in this hell of a world one can bring a little joy and peace even for a day into the heart of a single person, that much alone is true; this I have learnt after suffering all my life; all else is mere moonshine. . . . Swami…