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      "Nobody can make you feel inferior without your consent".

                 Eleanor Roosevelt      

 

 

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SERVING

 

Serving magnifies, ennobles, emancipates and strengthens.
When he serves himself, there is forgetfulness of his own smallness and conjugation of forces in creative purposes.
Serving with a purpose of goodness, without premeditated self-interest, is for simple, free and magnanimous souls,
In Nature, giving is the measure of progress. Just receiving is a source of misery and misery. It is received as it is given, and if we take more than what is deserved or owed, like the drone, we complicate our existence and lose the opportunity to appreciate the meaning of reality, of life. The lake that only receives water, and does not output it, becomes a swamp ...
Service is the measure of the soul. Mean and petty souls skimp on Service; free and magnanimous souls forget themselves and are always dedicated to greatness.
If you can do a service, do it. Not doing it being able to do it, you lower yourself in your moral category and lower your Spiritual stature. Service strengthens, expands consciousness, and frees us from our own ills and problems.
If you can be kind now, be so.
If you are lucky enough to be able to do good, do it.
If you can plant a tree, plant it,
If you have the happiness of having a loved one, love him even more.
If you can destroy an obstacle that hurts, do it at once.
If you can wash away a few tears, pat them dry and avoid them.
If you can take care of a flower, take care of it.
If you have a garden, endeavor to take good care of it.
If you are offered the opportunity to teach what you know, teach.
If you find that you need to improve yourself, get better at once.
If you can give an understanding smile, give it without fail.
If you can help the fallen or the maligned, lend it to them immediately.
Don't skimp on your strength. Learn to give yourself, to serve, to be great in all circumstances and everywhere, without premeditating results in your favor.
By Serving Others You Serve Yourself If you have hatreds, dispel them, for they are your worst poison; He immediately turns to the best antidote: Service.
Serving is synonymous with being great.
When sadness, pessimism, unfounded doubt or malevolence catch you in its invisible clutches, surrender to Service.
Service disarms the enemy, conquers the unjust, destroys misunderstanding, subdues the insane and drives away the wicked, and at the same time restores joy and beauty. SERVING is a privilege.
TO SERVE is to strive, and there is no life without effort. If you do not make an effort, then you do not really live nor can you appreciate the immeasurable wonders and ineffable beauties of Life.
SERVING, always SERVING, is the norm of sensible, beautiful, useful Life: SERVING in great gestures, in great sacrifices, as well as in simple details and simple acts, of dignifying the individual, of maintaining order or cleanliness, of to take care of the beauty or to help the innocence around us. SERVING is, really, cultivating the creative sense of Life.
TO SERVE is to Live superlatively. Not serving is vegetarian. If you cannot improve what you do not like, do not criticize it if you are not able to overcome what already exists, do not profane it with your decision or your influence, and if you do not know how to be more than others, let them produce splendor of a better creation
TO SERVE is to rise up and make yourself worthy. Who respects himself Serves well, always.
TO SERVE is to strengthen oneself. WHEN SERVING we vitalize ourselves, we gain experience and develop better and greater energies, and we harmoniously polarize ourselves with the environment.
SERVING is acquiring sympathy, it is attracting the goodness, admiration and respect of others to oneself.
If you are sincere, ask yourself every day: How can I be useful? Who can I do good to? What improvement can I make? How can I SERVE?
The most beautiful word in the dictionary is SERVE
The best title of honor that can be in this world is: THE ONE WHO SERVES.

 

Dayananda OM

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You need power, only when you intend to do harm; otherwise, love is enough to get everything done.

 

—-Charlie Chaplin

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