Purity thoughts

Purity is so precious, so rare, so powerful, we have to die for it. We have to destroy the old self, the old vices that are so much a part of us. Lust, anger, greed, attachment and ego-to name five.

  • As thoughts are the seeds of all actions, let me plant only good, pure seeds so that the fruit will be the best.
  • Relationships based on falsehood are like houses built with their foundations in mud.
  • If I always hide from the truth, I must be enjoying the company of falsehood.
  • If you have to see, then see the specialties of each other. If you have to leave something, leave weaknesses.
  • If eyes are windows to the soul, do you keep your eyes clean? Dirty windows mean you have something to hide.
  • If I am honest in all my dealings, I can never experience fear.
  • Thinking of evil or being afraid of evil brings evil on one’s head.
  • Where there is no love, there cannot be peace. Where there is no purity, there cannot be love.
  • Morality and virtue are more precious than gems; they give satisfaction to man, endear him to his Creator and to the public.
  • Very fortunate is the one who has learned to admire, but not to envy.
  • Just as pride is born of egoism, so is delusion the result of attachment.
  • Divine virtues bring man nearer to God, just as vices turn man away from God.
  • Nearness to God is sustained by the twin virtues of gentleness and humility.
  • Ego provides the soul with all the ingredients of unpopularity.
  • To use foul language means that I am not intelligent enough to find other words.
  • To experience ALL relationships; with God means that I have gone beyond all desires.
  • If truth and honesty come easy to me, then love from God also comes easily.
  • If a society loses its moral values, it loses everything.
  • Good, clean competition is healthy but jealousy is a fatal illness.
  • God is the Ocean of Virtues. If you are burning with any vice, take a dip in that Ocean.
  • It is greater to give a handful of rice with love and honesty than to give a thousand dollars with the desire for name and fame.
  • When there is the descent of man, what can be called decent?
  • If you put a hood over your eyes you will not see anything. The worst hood is falsehood.
  • Do my thoughts qualify me to claim the title “Child of God”?
  • If someone has a special talent and they use it for evil, it will change into a handicap.
  • A good, clean minded person sees the good points of others. A dirty minded person is always looking for dirt.
  • If a person hides his feelings, is it because there is something wrong with his feelings?
  • The more you look for defects in the others, the more you will become affected. Weaknesses are contagious.
  • We may forget our won virtues but God never forgets.
  • Why try to prove yourself? Let others learn sense through your innocence.
  • Sometimes in life we wear so many masks that it becomes difficult to see your true self.
  • The lie you tell today will force you to lie again tomorrow.
  • If your talents and virtues are misused the one who stands to lose is you.
  • The TRUTH is that TRUTH IS.
  • You may say you KNOW, but by your actions it is KNOWN.
  • Pure love is the basis of eternal relationships.
  • Pure manners are filled with grace, impure manners are disgraceful.
  • Become righteous and you are free from wrongs.
  • The search of SELF requires truth to the self.
  • One should be simple, but not stupid.
  • Your conscience is a good friend, listen to it more often.
  • To fulfill God’s desires is to fulfill your own.
  • To be a child of God means to display His qualities.
  • If you do wrong and try to prove you are right, TIME will smile at your foolishness.
  • If I do not clear up doubts in my mind it is like allowing a cancer to grow.
  • Some people’s advice will only add vice to your life.
  • Be yourself, be natural. It is far easier than pretending to be someone else.
  • If your thoughts are pure it becomes easy to say what you think and do what you say.
  • If you keep your vision elevated your chin will automatically keep up.
  • There is great beauty in simplicity. That which is simple is close to Truth.