Where there is possessiveness, there is violence.
My effort should never be to undermine another's faith but to make him a better follower of his own faith.
I reject any religious doctrine that does not appeal to reason and is in conflict with morality.
I realised that even a man's reforming zeal ought not to make him exceed his limits. I also saw that in thus lending trust-money I had disobeyed the cardinal teaching of the Gita, viz., the duty of a man of equipoise to act without desire for the fruit. The error became for me a beacon-light of warning.
I am of opinion that all exclusive intimacies are to be avoided; for man takes in vice far more readily than virtue. And he who would be friends with God must remain alone, or make the whole world his friend.
Education must be of a new type for the sake of the creation of a new world.