"If you stop doing what you like, you can do all that you want to do." - Late Sathya Sai Baba (not the modern Sai Baba)
How meaningful is this quote? Most of our wants are good ones, but we are always engaged in doing and satisfying out likes which many times add no value. There are rare people whose wants and likes are same. In addition, their wants and likes are not only useful to them but to all the mankind. Blessed are such people. From them emerge great souls like Sri Ramakrishna, Gandhi, Vivekananda etc.
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