Amrut Vachan - Quotable Quotes
It is the coming together of little things in an organized manner that always goes to make a great thing. Great characters do not come up as ready-made products in a day. They are built silently and their glorious heights are scaled inch by inch and step by step.
Good in Others
Recognizing the good in others is one of the greatest and rarest of human virtues. The guiding principle for a worker should be to water the seeds of virtues in others and carefully weed out their defects, without parading them before all and by presenting before them the silent example of his own superior conduct.
Our Great Culture
There is no use merely saying, ”Oh! We have a great culture”. What do we know of it? How do we practice it? Do we look at our individual life as an offering to society? Do we feel that we should not merely run after pelf and power but should hold aloft virtues in life?
Even if a worker has certain great qualities, let him come down from his ’heights’ to the level of the average man and share his greatness with the rest of his brethren in society. Let him become one with others without making others feel that he is someone extraordinary.
Each one of us should try to become a model swayamsevak. May my whole life be dedicated to this work. For this purpose, we should acquire the necessary abilities of a good body and mind, develop the necessary qualities such as enthusiasm, confidence, valor, and the will to win, and try to make our life that of a model swayamsevak.
Hard work and Duty
There is a message of optimism for ordinary people in Doctorji’s life of hard work and duty-bound actions. The way to sure success is to continue uninterruptedly with our work, without thinking of happiness-sorrow, honor-insult, success-failure, amid poverty, paucity of publicity, inimical.