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Brahma Kumaris Teachings

Contentment is having a heart so full of God’s love, that nothing can penetrate it – not scenes or events nor other people’s behavior.

As you sow, so shall you reap. The time to sow seeds of good karmas is now.

We do what we think is right. What we think is right is often wrong.

Whatever happens, happens for a reason. You may not know the reason, but it is always there.

I am never alone. God is always with me.

A burdened mind may snatch some fleeting moments of pleasure, but it cannot experience true happiness. Remaining light is the key to happiness.

Creating quality thoughts brings happiness and lightness.

Any love, or happiness, given to anyone always comes back. Unfortunately, we expect it from the same person.

The quality of your thoughts and the feeling behind those thoughts have much more impact than your words.

Happiness stays in the life of the one who has faith in the self.
– Brahma Kumaris

It is important that we engage with our values at every moment of our lives. By doing so, we integrate our inner spiritual life with outer actions. This enables our core human values to bring about a lasting transformation in society. (read more on the thought from Brahma Kumaris)...

The Sanskrit word Shiva, according to some scholars, is the confluence of two phonetic part, Shi and Va, meaning redeemer and liberator from sins and sufferings. (On Shiva and Shivling by Brahma Kumaris)