December 20th, 2011

In every sphere of life – social, economic, mental and spiritual – making human beings conscious of their rights leads to the expansion of knowledge, and the full application of these rights is called the cultivation of science. Neglected people who, for whatever reasons, have not pursued knowledge and science, should be given full opportunities. […]

The Personality

May 4th, 2011

The availability of the minimum essentials of life plays a vital part not only in achieving a world family but also in the development of the personality. This problem should be tackled on a world-wide basis. Every human being must be guaranteed certain minimum requirements. The availability of food, clothing, medical assistance, education and housing […]

Importance of Existence

January 3rd, 2011

In this creation the brilliantly luminous sun and the insignificant ant hold the same importance of existence All of these have combined to create the world family

Supra-cosmic relation

December 27th, 2010

No created being in this universe is independent by itself, it cannot exist all by itself. All of us have a supra-cosmic relation with the rest, at times prominent, elsewhere indistinguishable.

The rarity of human life

June 16th, 2010

After millions of animal lives, created beings attain human forms. That is why all the scriptures speak of the rarity of human life. You have achieved human frame – you must make it meaningful by your sadhana (spiritual practice), service and sacrifice.

Our time on this earth

May 31st, 2010

Engage yourself in such useful pursuits that even the worst of your enemies hardly has any chance to despise you; engage yourself in such a manner so that you have satisfaction in your mind also, that you didn’t waste your time on this earth.


December 7th, 2008

No movement in this universe is possible without encountering opposition. Wherever there is movement, there is opposition also. The result of struggle against this opposition is termed progress. The more one desires to proceed vigorously to the goal, the more one is to struggle against the opposition. Thus those who are adverse to struggle can […]