Baptism us the direct introduction into thelife of the spirit.
Belief is no part if religion. We say religion is a super-conscious state.
If you believe in a God, you can see Him even now.
Lord! how hard it is for man to believe in Thee and Thy mercies!
What ever you believe, thatyou will be.
Those who are believers are heroes.
The aim of this institution is to make men.
Wherever there is beauty or sublimity, to him it is all His.
He who wants to become a BHAKTA must be strong, must be healthy.
'Everything is His and He is my Lover; I love Him,' says the Bhakta.
No Bhakta cares for anything except love, except to love and to be loved.
'In this evanescent world, where everything is falling to pieces, we have to make the highest use of what time we have,'says the Bhakta.
The BHAKTA in this state of perfect resignation, arising out or intense love to God, and to all that are His, ceases to distinguish between pleasure and pain in so far as they affect him. He dows not know what it is to complain of pain or misery and this kind of uncomplaining resignation to the will of God, who is all love, is indeed a worthier acquisition than all the glory of grand heroic performances.
Through every face shines to him (Bhakta ) his Hari.
The person who aspires to be a Bhakta must be cheerful.
The Bhakta loves the Lord because He is lovable.
The Bhakta's renunciation is that Vairagya or non-attachment for all things that are not God which results from Anuraga or great attachment to God.
Our allegiance is to the principles always, and not to the persons.
The great quality of Bhakti is that it cleanses the mind.
Hatred is a thing which greatly impedes the course of Bhakti.
Bhakti can be more easily practised by persons in every condition of life.
'Pranidhana is that sort of Bhakti, in which, without seeding results, such as sense-enjoyments etc., all works are dedicated to that Teacher of teacher.'
Bhakti-Yoga is natural, sweet and gentle.
Bhakti-Yoga does not say, 'Give up';it only says,'Love, love the Highest!'
Blows are what awaken us and help to break the dream.
This thirst after body is the great bane of human life.
Body is the name of a series of changes.
Not one body is constant.
This body is a combination.
This idea of body is a simple superstition.
We have to keep the body in good health.
All the forces that are working in this body have been produced out of food.
Body is an unreal dram, and we think we are all bodies.
When the forces that hold it together go away, the body must fall.
The body and mind are dependent.
Bodies come and go, but the soul does not change.
Body is the name of a stream of matter continuously changing.
The body cannot be the soul.
The less the thought of the body, the better.
Here is the greatest of altars, the living, conscious human body.
It is the body that drags us down.
This body is not I; it must go.
It is the want that creates the body.
The body is our enemy, and yet is our friend.
The body is mortal and the mind is mortal; both, being compounds, must die.
There is but one temple-the body. It is the only temple that ever existed.