Kapil Kumar Bhaskar · 300 pages
Rating: (153 votes)
“We are all children of one God and the only thing that separates us is our ego”
“Most of the time our inner voice tries to guide us to ‘Truth’ but we, out of our own vested interests, wish to continue living in our own self-created illusions because it suits our purpose or fulfils our needs.”
“Ego is like a mad elephant which is ridden by our blind heart and blind mind and which ultimately destroys our real selves”
“It is the Master who comes to the door of his student when the student is ready and the Master knows all the truth of his student”
“Life is truly a matter of choices, reactions, and actions...each and every choice is governed by our reactions which in turn affect our actions and consequently the future turn of events”
“I WILL ACCEPT ONLY ONE DEATH.. THAT WILL BE A GIFT FROM GOD...
SO I WILL NOT DIE EVERYDAY.. I WILL LIVE IN JOY TILL THAT DAY, HERE”
“If you really want things to change, you can make them change no matter where you are.”
“A well-managed factory is boring. Nothing exciting happens in it because the crises have been anticipated and have been converted into routine.”
“I gave her my heart. I don’t need a man or paperwork to do that. Nor do I need it to guarantee that I am her husband until death should part us.” Lucian sat in the awkward silence for what felt like eons, waiting for hell-fire and brimstone. “Well I never.” She fiddled with a pale yellow handkerchief in her hands. “My Wilbur was just like that. So romantic. Wilbur’s her granddad, you know. He passed three years ago.”
“Healers make the most dreadful enemies, Scion of the House of Strong-in-the-Arm. The knowledge that saves lives can be used to do exactly the opposite. Especially when they have the blood of the Wise Ones in their veins.”
“Our eyes meet and the rest of the world melts away.”
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