Wishes

He who always seeks more light the more he finds, and finds more the more he seeks, is one of the few happy mortals who take and give in every point of time. The tide and ebb of giving and receiving is the sum of human happiness, which he alone enjoys who always wishes to acquire new knowledge, and always finds it.

He who wishes to cure his ignorance, must first confess it.

I believe that being true to the self is the most important thing in life - to have a free heart, a pure soul and a pure mind. We all live, or should live, for the fulfillment of the self. We are all mirror images of each other; whatever we feel in ourselves we feel in others. I believe that we create our own lives... Intuition should play the main role in everything we do. Through the creative source of the mind and the unlimited power of the spirit all our deepest wishes come true. For me the meaning is that we are all one, and the only true reality is the spirit. Believing in the power of spirit is simply to have a passion for life, to learn, to grow, to evolve and most of all to love, and live each day and each moment of the day to the fullest.

The honest man must be a perpetual renegade, the life of an honest man a perpetual infidelity. For the man who wishes to remain faithful to truth must make himself perpetually unfaithful to all the continual, successive, indefatigable, renascent errors.

The deepest wishes of the heart find expression in secret prayer.

The apparently irreconcilable dissimilarity between our wishes and our means, between our hearts and this world, remains a riddle.

Ethical metaphysics is fundamentally an attempt, however disguised, to give legislative force to our own wishes.

Eyes will not see when the heart wishes them to be blind. Desire conceals truth as darkness does the earth.

Every one endeavors as much as possible to make others love what he loves, and to hate what he hates. And so we see that each person by nature desires that other persons should live according to his way of thinking; but it every one does this, then all are a hindrance to one another, and if every one wishes to be praised or beloved by the rest, then they all hate one another.

No one wishes to be pitied for his mistakes.

When do we get angry at another person? When he does something against our wishes. Therefore if you give up your demands that others should behave towards you in a certain way, you will not get angry.

Every one wishes to have truth on his side, but it is not every one that sincerely wishes to be on the side of truth.

Wrath springs from thwarted desires. I do not expect anything from others, so their actions cannot be in opposition to wishes of mind.

Visualize, "prayerize," "actionize," and your wishes will come true.

The mind wishes for what it has missed, and occupies itself with retrospective contemplation.

Indeed, man wishes to be happy even when he so lives as to make happiness impossible.

He who wishes to fulfill his mission in the world must be a man of one idea, that is of one great overmastering purpose, overshadowing all his aims, and guiding and controlling his entire life.

Inspiration always comes when a man wills it, but it does not always depart when he wishes.

When you love someone all your saved-up wishes start coming out.

A wise man neither lets himself be governed, nor seeks to govern others; he wishes that reason should govern alone and always.