Debasish Mrida


American Physician, Philosopher, Poet Seer and Author

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To feel the joy too much:let us trust too much,let us love too much, let us hope too muchand let us belong too much.

To profoundly understand a baby, you must first be a mother.

True education gives you power. Education and experience make you wise.

We always desire peace yet we prepare to go to war.

We gain knowledge from education; we gain wisdom from knowledge and experience.

What you say about the world reflects more about you and your perception of the world than the world itself.

When we sing with love, everything around us listens with joy.

When you have inner peace and inner happinessYou will see the world as a peaceful place.

When your intentions are to serve, you will be served.

With persistence and never-ending improvements you can be the best.

Writing is a disease of the mind, which is expressed through a pen.

You are the architect of your own future, so design your future with uncompromising sincerity.

You may think you will never get caught for your wrongdoing, but be assured that you will be imprisoned by your wrongdoing.

Your intentions have more impact than your actions.

To find a focus, learn to love and dream.

To see beauty, you have to love.

True education kindles the student's mind but teaching fills the mind with information.

We are all connected; our thoughts affect the whole universe. Every small thought of peace will make the world a little more peaceful.

We get greatest joy not from receiving but from giving.

Whatever you do, let it be done with profound love.

When we will learn to seeThere is no you and me but only weThen in this world peace will be.

When you have left your life, you will be judged not for your possessions but for your contributions.

Whenever you smile, whenever you care, whenever you love, whenever you share, your spirit will dance with joy because happiness is there.

With religion we divide people. With unconditional love we bring them under the same umbrella.

Writing is the dancing of the mind on a stage called paper.

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American Physician, Philosopher, Poet Seer and Author