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Three things are necessary to make every man great, every nation great:

1. Conviction of the powers of goodness.

2. Absence of jealousy and suspicion.,

3. Helping all who are trying to be and do good.

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Even water, which has a natural tendency to flow downwards, is drawn up to the sky by the sun's rays. In the same way, God's grace lifts up the mind which has got a tendency to run after sense objects.

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Work and Fruit desire

Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya

There is one Day labor. His everyday life depends on daily laboring. One day one rich person called him for work. He did an agreement of 300/- that day. The labor was very happy, because if he worked form morning to evening then he gets only 200/-. In evening the work is finished. The rich person gave only 100/-. So the labor mind is very sad on that day.

The second day one middle class person called him for work. he did an agreement of 200/- for Completion of work. The work is finished so as per agreement he save 200/- to the labor. That day the person is not sad and happy. His mind is very cam and quite.

The third day one poor person reach to lab our and said "today i will doing repairing of my home, please help me". After finished the work I couldn't give more than 100/- because i have no money. Then the labor went for work, after finished the poor man forcefully gave 300/-. So the question is on which day the daily labor man is very cheerful??  Surely the last day because as he expected, he got more. The sadder day was first day because as he except he got less payment.  As similar our working technique.  As we desire that exception will not full feel we become sad.  Again if get more than exception then we become happy. so in life we should keep hope. but if desire will not fulfill then broke down ourselves show our weakness. Keep hope but never be weak hearted.

That’s why to make our life always cheerful. Lord said - The fruits of work should not be your motive. You should never be inactive.

Radhe shyam...

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