Famous Quotations

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Famous Quotations
Famous Quotations
Manav ka danav hona uski har hai, manav ka mahamanav hona uska chamtkar hai. manusya ka manav hona uski jit hai. 
It is said that a man without religion is like a horse without bridle. 
Religion is the conquest of fear ; the antidote to failure and death. 
Nations, like individuals, are made, not only by what" they acquire, but by what they resign. 
Human life as we have it is only the raw material for Human life as it might be. 
No one Who holds himself aloof from the activi-iies of the world and who is insensitive to its woes can be really wise. 
Only the man of serene mind can realize the spiritual meaning of life. Honesty with oneself is the condition of spiritual integrity. 
The prophets of spirit make history just by standing outside history. 
All our world organizations will prove ineffective if the truth that love is stronger than hate does not inspire them. 
Spiritual life is the genius of India. 
Faith in conceptual reason is the logical counterpart of the egoism which makes the selfish ego the deadliest ego of the soul. 
Human nature is fundamentally good, and the spread of enlightenment will abolish all wrong. 
Wealth, power and efficiency are the appurtenances of life and not life itself. 
To look upon life as an evil and treat the world as delusion is sheer ingratitude. 
Death is never an end or obstacle but at most the beginning of new steps. 
It is not God that is worshiped but the group or authority that claims to speak in His name. Sin becomes disobedience to authority not violation of integrity. 
A life of joy and happiness is possible only on the basis of knowledge and science. 
Religion is essentially an initiation into inwardness, a cleansing of internal life. When once the individual becomes inwardly single, he lives for humanity. He stands out for truth and fears none even when isolated and subdued. You may deride him, persecute him but he will not retaliate.  
The poet's religion has no place for any fixed doctrine. Religion is an endless adventure of man's entire being towards a truth which is revealed in this very quest.  
Reading a book gives us the habit of solitary reflection and true enjoyment.  
The end-product of education should be a free creative man, who can battle against historical circumstances and adversities of nature.  
We must recall humanity to those moral roots from which both order and freedom spring.  
A literary genius, it is said, resembles all, though no one resembles him.  
Democracy is a faith in the spiritual possibilities of not a privileged few but of every human being.  
Arts reveal to us the deeper layers of the human soul. Arts, therefore, reveal the transcendental force underlying all existence which we are much to feeble to endure when it is completely unveiled. Art is possible only when heaven touches earth.  
Books are the means by which we build bridges between cultures.  
Age or youth is not a matter of chronology. We are as young or as old as we teel. What we think about ourselves is what matters. 
The truth affirmed by the Advaitins happens to be beyond the comprehension of the ordinary mind, but the mind of man is not the measure of reality. 
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