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Quotes And Teachings On Maturity

Quotes and teachings on maturity based on Hindu religion teachings.

A mature person will never pull another person down for narrow motives and selfish reasons.

Maturity means taking responsibility for our actions.

Qualities of a mature person are willingness to learn, being flexible, change and adapt and readiness to accept differences and viewpoints of others.

We should have a vision of life in its totality. And in the light of that vision, all problems can be resolved easily. Whatever challenges we meet within life be it illness, emotional trauma, financial hardship, and so on, our response will vary according to our level of inner maturity and our vision of life.

A mature person knows when to keep quiet during an argument.

Austerity comes out of maturity and brings freedom from the pride of vanity.

Maturity means we do not indulge in comparison – we are at peace with what we are.

Maturity is accepting people as they are.

Error is only a sign of immaturity. It is not a grievous sin.

Finally, the true quality of mature person is that he does not look for happiness outside.

Maturity is a rebirth, a spiritual birth. You are born anew, you are a child again. With fresh eyes you start looking at existence. With love in the heart you approach life. With silence and innocence you penetrate your own innermost core.

Take ill health, for instance, one who has faith and inner maturity tends to be more accepting and will consider the illness as a temporary situation and suffer much less. While a person who lacks faith and who has a narrower view of life will be more fearful and suffer greatly at only the hint of a disease.

A mature man who has lived his experiences intelligently and has maintained an alert, critical attention upon the incidents of life that he will come to such an inner maturity that he will feel a certain unrest. He has the necessities of life, but not a complete satisfaction. He sits back and listens to muffled question from within? Where did I come from? Where will I go (as one day I must)? Is life an empty and meaningless accident? Has life a purpose?



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