There are three categories of human beings. The first category comprises those who thoughts, words and deeds are the same – which means that whatever they think, they speak, and whatever they speak, they do. Such people are A-class people.
The second category comprises those whose thoughts and words are different, but whatever they speak, they do – which means they think one thing and speak another, but they do whatever they speak. Such people are B-class people.
The third category comprises those whose thoughts, words and deeds are different from each other and never the same. Such people think one thing, speak another, and do something altogether different. Such people are C-class people Most of the leaders of the present-day world fall into this category.
You should try to become A-class people. You should speak what you think, and you should do what you speak.Reprinted with permission of Ananda Marga Central Publications. PR Sarkar / Shrii Shrii Ánandamúrti, in 'Ananda Vacanamrtam, 3' (Ananda Marga Publications). © Ánanda Márga Pracáraka Sam'gha.