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The Banyan Thought Tree is an effort to simplify the Philosophy of Life. Words that symbolize a positive thought or thing, sayings of Spiritual Gurus, inspirations of famous leaders, motivating thoughts from sacred books etc will be posted and archived, serving as a referral to those who wish to understand and practice the simple philosophy of Truth and Goodness.
Karma (Destiny)
      Posted by: Hinduism Art of Living
Your beliefs become your thoughts,
Your thoughts become your words,
Your words become your actions,
Your actions become your habits,
Your habits become your values,
Your values become your destiny.

-Mahatma Gandhi

      Posted by: Hinduism Art of Living
When a bird is alive , it eats ants .
When the bird is dead , ants eat the bird.
One tree makes a million match sticks
Only one match stick is needed to burn a million trees.

Time and Circumstances can change at any moment
Do not devalue or hurt anyone in life.
You may be powerful this time , but remember:
Time is more powerful than you.
So be good and do good.


      Posted by: Hinduism Art of Living
Without right faith there is no right knowledge: without right knowledge there is no Virtuous conduct; without Virtues, there is no Annihilation of Karmas (salvation) and without Annihilation, there is no Liberation.

-Lord Mahavir

      Posted by: Hinduism Art of Living
If you do good action that will counteract your past evil actions. Past sins can be countered by Meditation, Japa and Spiritual thoughts. 

-The Mother
Sri Aurobindo Ashram
      Posted by: Hinduism Art of Living

Even as the unborn babe is in the womb of his mother, these five are fixed as his life destiny: his life span, his activities, his acquisition of wealth and knowledge, and his time of death.”

Prime Minister to Maurya Emperor Chandragupta
      Posted by: Hinduism Art of Living
One has to suffer the consequences of one’s deeds. But by japa ( repeating the Name of God), you can lessen its intensity. If you were destined to have a wound, japa will reduce its impact to a pin prick – that is how powerful a effect Japa and austerities has on Karma.

-Sri Sarada Devi
The Holy Mother
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