This is extremely sound shastra to meditate and live by in life:
  —Are Meditators careful to live within the bounds of their circumstances, and 
to avoid involving themselves in business beyond their ability to manage; or in 
hazardous or speculative trade. Are they just in their dealings, and punctual 
in complying with their contracts and engagements; and in paying their debts 
seasonably? And where any give reasonable grounds for fear in these respects, 
is due care extended to them?
 

 Yes, and more virtuous life discipline and better sacrificing for spirituality
 towards a richer and truly more spiritual-based economy.
 -Buck in the Dome
 

 

 The Dr.D writes:  Yes, it was his deliberate strategy - If you, on the other 
hand, have discovered yet a faster route, I am all ears.
 

 mjackson74

 Which was a great way to set us all up since he also said TM was the fastest 
way to enlightenment.
 

 Subject:[FairfieldLife] The Master Plan?
 To:
 Date: Saturday, March 1, 2014, 1:22 AM
 Only
 a Miracle?  No, a change of spiritual value.
  .
 
 "The
 whole purpose of life is to gain enlightenment. Nothing else
 is
 significant compared to that completely natural, exalted
 state
 of consciousness.
 So always strive for that. Set your life around
 that goal. Don't get caught up
 in small things, and then it will
 be yours." 
 
 - Maharishi Mahesh Yogiyes, “Expansion of
 happiness is the purpose of life, and evolution is the
 process by
 which it is fulfilled. Life begins in a natural way, it
 evolves, and
 happiness expands. The expansion of happiness carries with
 it the
 growth of intelligence, power, creativity and everything
 that may be
 said to be of significance in life.” -The
 Science of Being and Art of Living -Maharishi Mahesh
 Yogi [1963]

 salyavin808
 writes: But I always admire optimism .
 .punditster
 writes:There's
 probably only one thing that can save the poor people in
 Ukraine 
- a miracle. Go figure. . 






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