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Say Cheese - Witty Wisdom
Say Cheese - Witty Wisdom

Say Cheese - Witty Wisdom

by Swami Chinmayananda

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Language

English

Publisher

Chinmaya Mission Trust

ISBN

8175972467 - Year: 2004 - Pages: 131

Binding

Paperback

Swami Chinmayananda
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Author: Swami Chinmayananda
Publisher: Chinmaya Mission Trust
Year: 2004
Language: English
Pages: 131
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8175972467

Description

A young girl asked Swami Chinmayananda Whatever you teach is there in the books. What do I need a Guru For? His instant answer was Why don’t you ask this question to the books!

Such quick witted remarks of Swami Chinmayananda have been collected and placed into 54 photographs in a comic format. Each photograph carries a commentary in Swamiji’s own words, explaining the topic of the photograph.

Some of the topic discussed are:
Types of Love
How to mend a broken heart
Confidence
Striving for Excellence
The Law of Karma
Reincarnation
When did creation start?
Spirit and Matter
Good Health

This is an introductory book to Vedanta, something that can be gifted to the youth to help them meet life’s challenges. Swami Chinmayananda, one of the world’s greatest exponents of Vedanta, the science of life that underlies all faiths, authored more than 40 books and commentaries. His commentary on the Bhagawad Geeta is acknowledged as one of the best ever written in English.

Contents

PREFACE

Religion-its utility
The Purpose of Life
Demystifying God
Is seeing believing?
The need for a Guru
The Goal
Striving for Excellence
Drowned-coated, booted, suited!
The Vedantic Method
Gradual Steps
The Human Personality
Innate Psychological tendencies
Crash Course in spirituality
U turn!
The Bhagwad Geeta-not outdated!
The Fit Ones
The Law of Karma
Reincarnation
When did creation start? Why did God create?
Incarnations of the Lord
Man of god Realization
Earn-Enjoy-Save
Spirit and Matter
Types of Love
How to mend a Broken Heart
The Slippery Fall!
Divorce from Sorrow
The Power of Prayer
Stay where you are put
The Optimist and the Pessimist
Confidence
Good Health
Service
The Gift of Time
The False Glitter
Meet the challenge
Cultured Living-Its Technique
Spiritual Ladder
Change of Vision
Faith
The Grace of a Teacher
The Legacy
Reverence
Mystical Literature
The Ego
Alone but not Lonely
Meditation
The Unborn, the Undying
The Supreme Brahman
Mind the Gap
Who realizes the truth?
At the Portal of truth
Youth-Your Future!
Gratitude

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