Quotes From Paramahansa Yogananda

Quotes From Paramahansa Yogananda


“Live quietly in the moment and see the beauty of all before you. The future will take care of itself……”

“forget the past, for it is gone from your domain! forget the future, for it is beyond your reach! control the present! Live supremely well now! This is the way of the wise…”

“Be afraid of nothing. Hating none, giving love to all, feeling the love of God, seeing His presence in everyone, and having but one desire – for His constant presence in the temple of your consciousness – that is the way to live in this world.”

“Self-realization is the knowing in all parts of body, mind, and soul that you are now in possession of the kingdom of God; that you do not have to pray that it come to you; that God’s omnipresence is your omnipresence; and that all that you need to do is improve your knowing.”

“The happiness of one’s own heart alone cannot satisfy the soul; one must try to include, as necessary to one’s happiness, the happiness of others.”

“Before embarking on important undertakings sit quietly calm your senses and thoughts and meditate deeply. You will then be guided by the great creative power of Spirit.”

“Success should be measured by the yardstick of happiness; by your ability to remain in peaceful harmony with cosmic laws.”

Success is not rightly measured by the worldly standards of wealth, prestige and power. None of these bestow happiness unless they are rightly used. To use them rightly one must possess wisdom and love for God and man.

The things you need in life are those that will help you to fulfill your dominant purpose. Things you may want but not need may lead you aside from that purpose. It is only by making everything serve your main objective that success is attained.

Wise guidance never violates people’s Free Will. A superior who demands obedience of his subordinates should show respect for their capacity to understand, and also for their Innate Right to their own Free Will.

Those who are socially inclined will find a new power to help humanity through the lessons of books written by noble and gifted people.


Inspired me & trying to follow the above mentioned –
As Happy has lost his happiness !

Hemant Khurana.


A story inspired by Bant Singh, a victim of racism,

This story is inspired from Bant Singh

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This story is inspired by Bant Singh. Balbir, a victim of racism, gets the teachers suspended, who refused to teach his daughter, Renuka. The headman of his village gets Renuka molested by his men to teach him a lesson. Balbir brings them to justice, with help from the police. The goons of the headman beat Balbir cruelly. The doctor cuts Balbir's hands and a leg to save him. But, Balbir does not give up. He conveys his message through the media that people should not tolerate such atrocities.

Bant Singh is a lower caste Mazhabi, Dalit Sikh farmer and singer from the Jhabhar village in Mansa district, Punjab, India, who has emerged as an agricultural labour activist, fighting against the power of the landowner. Described by Amit Sengupta as "an icon of Dalit resistance" he has been active in organizing poor, agricultural workers, activism that continues despite a 2006 attack that cost him both of his lower arms and his left leg."
After his minor daughter was raped by some powerful men in 2000, he dared take them to court, an unusual occurrence when a Dalit is raped by a non-Dalit, braving threats of violence and attempted bribes. The trial culminated in life sentences for three of the culprits in 2004, "the first time that a Dalit from the region who had complained against upper-caste violence had managed to secure a conviction."
On the evening of January 7, 2006 Bant Singh was returning home through some wheat fields. He had just been campaigning for a national agricultural labour rally to be held in Andhra Pradesh in January. He was suddenly waylaid by a gang of seven men, suspected to be sent by Jaswant and Niranjan Singh, the current and former headmen of his village who have links with the Indian National Congress party. One of them brandished a revolver to prevent any resistance while the other six set upon him with iron rods and axes beating him to pulp.
Read more about Bant Singh on Wikipedia.

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True – Hero – Fight for Justice by A victim of child marriage



Nalini becomes a graduate though being a victim of child marriage

Telecast Date: 04 Mar 2013
Nalini’s parents get her married to Vijay at the age of 14. Nalini requests Vijay to let her study, but in vain. She gives birth to a baby at the age of 16. Later, she brings Vijay to justice for torturing her and gets divorced. Nalini works as an accountant and completes her graduation before passing a competitive exam. But, she is denied a job for getting married at a minor age. She fights for justice



Follow the link below to watch her story



Life is a battle every step but we will win….

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ज़िन्दगी हर कदम एक नई जंग है ज़िन्दगी हर कदम एक नई जंग है जीत जायेंगे हम हो..हो…हो… जीत जायेंगे हम तु अगर संग है. Life is a battle every step But We will win…. We will win…. If you … Continue reading


Grace Nirmala – A True Hero – who fought to abolish this heinous practice of JoginiSystem !

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Grace Nirmala – A True Hero – who fought to abolish this heinous practice of JoginiSystem ! A cruel and medieval tradition of poor Dalit girls, forcefully married off to the village deity and then sexually abused by the men … Continue reading

The Great Indian Talents – Can you beat that ??


Pranav Mistry demos several tools that help the physical world interact with the world of data — including a deep look at his SixthSense device and a new, paradigm-shifting paper “laptop.” In an onstage Q&A, Mistry says he’ll open-source the software behind SixthSense, to open its possibilities to all.

Arunachalam Muruganantham : How I started a sanitary napkin revolution!

Arunachalam Muruganantham: How I started a sanitary napkin revolution! 

When he realized his wife had to choose between buying family meals and buying her monthly “supplies,” Arunachalam Muruganantham vowed to help her solve the problem of the sanitary pad. His research got very very personal — and led him to a powerful business model. (Filmed in Bangalore as part of the TED Global Talent Search.)

Read The English Transcript in the comment box below !!

Before I die I want to…

Candy Chang: Before I die I want to… 

In her New Orleans neighborhood, artist and TED Fellow Candy Chang turned an abandoned house into a giant chalkboard asking a fill-in-the-blank question: “Before I die I want to ___.” Her neighbors’ answers — surprising, poignant, funny — became an unexpected mirror for the community. (What’s your answer?)

Read the english transcript in the comment box below


A Woman Who Was Raised in a Storage Unit

A Woman Who Was Raised in A Storage Unit. Click on the link mentioned below for the video clip. http://www.aol.com/video/a-woman-who-was-raised-in-a-storage-unit/517497953/?icid=maing-grid7%7Cmaing8%7Cdl11%7Csec1_lnk1%26pLid%3D216028 Description: The Jeff Probst Show has the unbelievable story of a woman who grew up in a 10’x20’ storage unit … Continue reading

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When things go wrong, it aint your bad luck, it simply means god is watching over you ! :)

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****************** ****************** As  you might remember,  the head of a company  survived  9/11   because his son started  kindergarten. Another  fellow was alive because it  was  His  turn to bring donuts.  One  woman was late because  her  Alarm  clock didn’t go … Continue reading

Oprah’s Next Chapter In India”

“People don’t talk religion here they just live it” ~ Oprah Winfrey ~
Celebrity talk show host Oprah Winfrey is in India and also made an appearance for a session at the Jaipur Literature Festival.