SAYING OF YOGANANDA

SAYINGS OF YOGANANDA
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SAYING OF YOGANANDA

“Sir, what should I do to find God?” a student asked. The Master said:

“During every little period of leisure, plunge your mind into the infinite thought of Him. Talk to Him intimately; He is the nearest of the near, the dearest of the dear. Love Him as a miser loves money, as an ardent man loves his sweetheart, as a drowning person loves breath. When you yearn for God with intensity, He will come to you.”

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A student complained to the Master that he could find no work. The guru said:

“Do not hold that destructive thought. As a part of the universe, you have an essential place in it. If necessary, shake up the world to find your work! Don’t give up and you will succeed.”

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The Master had found it necessary to scold a disciple about a serious error. Later he said with a sigh:

“I wish to influence others only by love. I just wilt when I am forced to train them in other ways.”

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A student was wavering between the path of renunciation and long-desired career. The Master said tenderly:

“All fulfillments you are seeking, and much more, are awaiting you in God.”

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