Swami Vivekananda (born Narendranath Dutta), a founder of the Ramakrishna Math and the Ramakrishna Mission, was an Indian Hindu Monk. Being a key figure in the introduction of the Indian philosophies of Vedanta and Yoga to the Western world, he brought Hinduism to the status of a major world religion during the late 19th century. He was taught that service to men was the most effective worship of God and he transferred his knowledge and wisdom to his disciples. He was a spiritual genius of commanding intellect and power.
Here I have brought few words of Swami Vivekanand, which will awaken inner faith in you and inspire you to be successful in life.
We should trust in our abilities. We, as a human being, are part of unlimited energy source. There is no darkness around us. Don’t consider yourself as weak as this is the greatest lie you are telling to yourself and insulting your inner capabilities.
Never accept others definition of yourself. Don’t accept that you are weak. Infinite knowledge and indomitable energy lie within you, bring out that power.
Always have faith in yourself. It’s a strong faith that makes all things possible. Don’t ever get discouraged by other people’s opinion about you.
The less passion there is, the better we work. The calmer we are, the better for us, and the more the amount of work we can do. When we let loose our feelings, we waste so much energy, shatter our nerves, disturb our minds, and accomplish very little work. The energy which ought to have gone out as work is spent as mere feeling, which counts for nothing. It is only when the mind is very calm and collected that the whole of its energy is spent in doing good work.
The majority of us cannot see beyond a few years, just as some animals cannot see beyond a few steps. Just a little narrow circle–that is our world. We have not the patience to look beyond, and so we become immoral and wicked. This is our weakness, our powerlessness.
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