"The sun was reaching the meridian and Bhishma knew his departure was near. He controlled his mind, absorbing it in thoughts of Krishna alone. Thinking of Krishna's many divine pastimes during his presence on earth, he spoke one final time. "I can now meditate with full concentration upon that one Lord, Krishna, visible before me, because I have transcended the misconception of duality. It is this Krishna who is present in everyone's heart and who is the ultimate destination for all transcendentalists, including those who accept the absolute truth as being simply the Brahman. Even though different people in different parts of the world may perceive the sun differently, the sun is one. I therefore surrender myself fully to that allpowerful, omnipresent Krishna. May all be well with the worlds." - Krishna Dharma, Mahabharata
"Attachment is the root cause of suffering, dear child. This is well known to you. Fix yourself in that knowledge now and take heart." - Krishna Dharma, Mahabharata: The Condensed Version of the World's Greatest Epic
"A man should never despise himself, for brilliant success never attends on the man who is condemned by himself. – Mahabharata
"It seems we would rather have a past filled with great scientists than just great artists and writers who could dream up these wonderful and awe-inspiring creations. It's a strange irony: we're spending our time trying to find the truth in our past, but creating myths of ourselves in the present." - Aditya Iyengar, The Thirteenth Day
"Thus knowing oneself to be transcendental to material senses, mind and intelligence, one should control the lower self by the higher self and thus-by spiritual strength-conquer this insatiable enemy known as lust." - Krishna Dharma
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