• You expect everyone you meet to agree with you, but not even one single person in your life will be pleased with you all the time.
  • You are a traveler in the world; you are not here on a permanent basis.
  • The mind is like a wooden log and anger is like a lit match.
  • The funeral pyre burns the dead but worries burn the living.
  • Develop the habit of finding your own faults.
  • Keep the window of your heart open for the sunshine of God’s grace to enter.
  • Be in competition with yourself, striving to become better and better.
  • Don’t envy others. Admire them and be inspired by them.
  • Don’t be afraid of failing; you have learned through your failures.
  • The body is getting weaker by the day while worldly desires are getting stronger by the moment.
  • Childhood is the best time to start devotion.
  • Concentrate on pleasing God; don’t worry about pleasing the world.
  • It was always between you and God; it was never about you and the world.
  • Schedule your daily devotion time instead of planning to do it after finishing your work for the day.


Didi Ji