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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.
      Posted by: Hinduism Art of Living
"There is but One God. His name is Truth. He is the Creator. He fears none, he is without hate. He never dies, He is beyond the cycle of births and death. He is self illuminated. He is realized by the kindness of the True Guru. He was True in the beginning, He was True when the ages commenced and has ever been True, He is also True now.
”Let no man in the world live in delusion. Without a Guru none can cross over to the other shore.”

-Guru Nanak

      Posted by: Hinduism Art of Living
A true Bhakta (devotee) never quarrels about the nature of God. The name or form that you assign to God is of no consequence to him, for he knows that name or form is not his essence but is accepted or assumed only temporarily for the sake of a particular bhakta.

-Sri Chandrasekhara
Bharati Mahaswamiji (Jagadguru)
      Posted by: Hinduism Art of Living
If a man says that the Himalaya mountain exists, can another man deny its existence, merely because he has never seen it? Obviously not. Similarly many sages have seen and realised God, namely Sankaracharya, Vidyaranya, Brahmendra who have had direct experience of God. So is it possible to deny God's existence because we are unable to see him. It is our ignorance that is preventing us from experiencing God.

-Sri Chandrasekhara
Bharati Mahaswamiji (Jagadguru)
      Posted by: Hinduism Art of Living
The childhood passes lost in play, the youth is spent in the attachment to the sweetheart , the family man focuses on his commitments, the old man broods over his sorrows, but alas, none yearns for the Supreme Lord.

-Sri Sankaracharya

      Posted by: Hinduism Art of Living
“As fragrance abides in the flower,
As reflection is within the mirror,
So does your Lord abide within you,
Why search for him without ? ”

-Guru Nanak

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