Knowing how to think is more important than knowing what to think – Swami Tejomayananda

A narrow vision is divisive. A broad vision is expansive. But the supreme vision is all-inclusive.

Life is a series of experiences and at every moment we are required to make a choice. Most of us are not always certain which is the right action to take and therefore there is a conflict.

Sometimes we decide on an action, but when it comes time to carry it out, we begin to doubt. This inner conflict of how to make the right choice in every situation is common to all. An in order to resolve it, we need to be able to think clearly. For those who have clarity of thought life is simple and uncomplicated. Thus the most important thing is to learn the art of right thinking.

Knowing how to think is more important than knowing what to think.
– Swami Tejomayananda