II. Meditations over some thoughts from the book
“Thoughts for everyday”.
The book “thoughts for everyday” is published each year.
It contains thoughts from the lectures of the Master.
October 2-nd, 1998
It is a distinctive quality of the diligent man that he always
begins with small powers and gradually walks towards greater
powers. If he begins doing something, little or big, he
goes to the end.
October 16-th, 1998
Don't go to other houses and families when you are very
sad or disturbed in order to relieve your pain. Don't bring
you litter to other people.
October 17-th, 1998
Not hurting and not insulting other people you will have
more friends, more people to love you.
May 2-nd, 1999
Being disciples, you should neither over-estimate you,
nor under-estimate you.You will think of yourself what
you really are.
June 11-th, 1999
One has to be steady, not to succumb in the weak wind,
but one has to be reasonable, too, and not to oppose
June 29th, 1999
When one has understood the outer side of physical
life and the inner side of spiritual life, he enters already
in the Divine world – the law of unity.
3. Meditation over thoughts from the book “The world of Great souls”
Life without virtues is similar to a garden without
flowers, to trees without fruit.
Do not tie bells to your virtues.
Don't look for what you don't need.
Don't cry for what you couldn't acquire.
Don't become prematurely a door of the world
because everybody will pass through.
Don't spoil what nature has arranged. Don't give
it an advice what to do, don't make a competition
with nature and don't take anything by force from it.
4. Meditation over thoughts from the book “Sacred words of the Master”
You have to be thankful for the smallest joy and for
the greatest sorrow.
Don't be impressed with the forms, pay attention to
the spirit of things.
The achievements of a disciple depend on the alertness
of its conscience: he has to observe his acts, not to
ease off, not to give way to laziness, to mend his ways
every moment, to be absolutely accurate when accomplishing
his promises. Accuracy is harmony, tact, music.
The disciple has to acquire not just knowledge, he has
to know how to use this knowledge, and to be always
ready to use it.
The disciple never feels offended, he always looks
for a good intention in the words that he has been told.
You should love the way you would like to be loved.
You should respect the others the way you would like
to be respected.
The disciple is distinguished from the others by his
kindness, by his purity, by his modesty, cleverness,
tact and strength.What has he acquired by his
teaching if he doesn't spread a light all over the world?
5. Meditation over some thoughts from the book
“The legacy of the colored rays”
It is a book distributed by the Master in person to
his most gifted disciples.