For me, the different religions are beautiful flowers from the same garden, or they are branches of the same majestic tree. Therefore, they are equally true, though being received and interpreted through human instruments equally imperfect.
An intellect that is developed through the medium of socially useful labour will be an instrument for service and will not easily be led astray or fall into devious paths.
I did once seriously think of embracing the Christian faith. The gentle figure of Christ, so full of forgiveness that he taught his followers not to retaliate when abused or struck, but to turn the other cheek - I thought it was a beautiful example of the perfect man.
Some form of common worship and a common place of worship appear to be a human necessity.
Truth is transcendent. There are many expressions of it and ways to glimpse it. We cannot hold it in our clenched fist, but must hold it in our open palm and invite others to see it for themselves.
Where choice is set between cowardice and violence, I would advise violence ... I prefer to use arms in defense of honor rather than remain the vile witness of dishonor...
You can't hurt me without my permission.
The Mahabharata was not composed with the aim of describing a battle. The description of the battle serves only as a pretext.
I am in the world feeling my way to light 'amid the encircling gloom.'
It is the faith that steers us through stormy seas, faith that moves mountains and faith that jumps across the ocean.
He who would sacrifice his life for others has hardly time to reserve for himself a place in the sun.
He is lost who is possessed by carnal desire.