15 Inspirational Quotes About Dharma

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Inspirational Quotes About Dharma

1. “A person’s ethics and character are not tested in good times. It is only in bad times that a person shows how steadfast he is to his dharma.” ― Amish Tripathi

2. “Religion(Dharma) is a path and Spirituality is its destination.” ― Shiva Negi

3. “By fulfilling his dharma a man marches along the path of progress until he attains the supreme dharma of all beings, namely, the realization of Truth.” ― Adi Shankaracharya

4. “Time is always moving, minute-by-minute and second-by-second. As time moves on, so do our lives. Nobody can stop this movement. However, one thing is in our own hands, and that is whether or not we waste the time that we have; whether we use it in a negative way or a constructive way.” ― Dalai Lama XIV

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5. “As you develop your realization of Dharma, you reach higher and higher levels of the path, culminating in the attainment of the full enlightenment or Buddhahood. Dharma is the true refuge.” ― Dalai Lama XIV

6. “A football player must not complain about obstacles. Blocking you from scoring is your opponents’ dharma. Blocking your opponents from scoring is your dharma. Those who succeed in breaking opponents’ dharma wins ultimately.” ― Sijin Bt

7. “Resting in the natural state does not mean that you cannot think about things or work. The idea is to rest in the natural state and think at the same time. If you can do that, you can think things through and work but there are no painful or sharp feelings.” ― Khenchen Thrangu

8. “The third component of the Law of Dharma is service to humanity–to serve your fellow human beings and to ask yourself the questions,”How can I help? How can I help all those that I come into contact with?” When you combine the ability to express your unique talent with service to humanity, then you make full use of the Law of Dharma.” ― Deepak Chopra

9. “True peace cannot be achieved by force or by merely invoking the word “peace.” It can only be attained by training the mind and learning to cultivate inner peace. Peace is a calm and gentle state of mind. – 17th Karmapa” ― Ogyen Trinley Dorje

10. “How does the Dhamma teach the proper way of life? It shows us how to live. It has many ways of showing it – on rocks or trees or just in front of you. It is a teaching but not in words. So still the mind, the heart, and learn to watch. You’ll find the whole Dhamma revealing itself here and now. At what other time and place are you going to look?” ― Ajahn Chah

11. “If your mind is happy, then you are happy anywhere you go. When wisdom awakens within you, you will see Truth wherever you look. Truth us all there is. It’s like when you’ve learned how to read – you can then read anywhere you go.” ― Ajahn Chah

12. “Associate with companions who are in harmony with the Dharma and who don’t promote disturbing emotions. Keeping company with unwholesome friends, you cannot possibly avoid being influenced by their evil ways. That is the root of going astray…” ― Padmasambhava

13. “A mind committed to compassion is like an overflowing reservoir – a constant source of energy, determination, and kindness.” ― Dalai Lama XIV

14. “Vaasudeva, put all that is in you into the deed which confronts you and perform it with faith in the Great God. That is what your life is for, and that is your empire which no king can filch.” ― K.M. Munshi

15. “Religion can Only bind up the people, not devide the people. Because every religion are just branches of love…!” ― Sushil Singh