"if you acknowledge your personal limitations and understand your own mistakes, you will find it easier to forgive others. When right, proceed; when wrong, forgive yourself, reconsider your actions, and move on."
"When you fall down, pick yourself up and start over again. You are an ever-unfolding soul temporarily enrolled in the school of life. Each step forward leads on to a higher level. If you are pleased with yourself, and stagnate, you delay your spiritual liberation. If you become bitter and depressed because you have made a mistake you will also hinder your march."
"To achieve self-illumination we must keep a firm attitude of alert day-to-day watchfulness over our own actions."
"When dealing with others, try to understand them, and do not force them to live according to your personal outlook. By so doing you shall never be disappointed. Neither will you fell defrauded of your rights. Everyone acts according to his own stage of spiritual growth."
"A loving person must love himself too. If you are tolerant with yourself, you will be stimulated to proceed along the spiritual road of progress, and your actions will be more and more efficient and your deeds nobler."
"Never place your personal needs and expectations above those of others. For it may well be that you - being spiritually orientated - have already learned to act properly. But they might have not learned yet."
"When jealousy, grief, or rebelliousness seeks shelter within you, pray so that you may gain understanding to consider that, like yourself, all other persons are students in the school of life. Be patient. Be gentle. Forgive the errors of others, and help them to resettle themselves."
"A stained-glass window is illumined when the sun shines through, and its brilliant colors glow in a magic dance of light. The human soul, though made up of superior elements, will only reach fullness when permeated by divine clarity. Like a sparkling diamond, the human soul also becomes a shining star when perfected through suffering and dedication to the service of others."
"You must understand that your spiritual progress is of absolute importance, and you must not get entangled by the petty problems of everyday life lest you will slow down your evolution. The unexpected obstacles a traveler meets with along a road should make him think up ways to overcome them. But the traveler will thwart his pace if he allows the thorns and gravels which pave the way to hurt his feet."
"If you trust in the power of goodness and cooperate with it, you shall find the way to a harmonious relationship with yourself, and with others."
"If you really wish to live in harmony, try to be patient. Haste disrupts friendship. It exerts pressure upon others, and imbalances the self."
"If you really wish to live in harmony, keep all your moments well in order so that you neither experience restlessness or anxiety, because this will lead others into instability"
"If you really wish to live in harmony, learn to wait. Your turn will come when the time comes."
"If you really wish to live in harmony, use your word to lift up the tired ones, and encourage them to go on. Do not criticize or make fun of anyone."
"If you really wish to live in harmony, be gentle. A compassionate heart is an island where happiness dwells."