आत्मनो ज्ञानार्थम् जगत् हिताय च
ātmano jñānārtham jagat hitāya ca
for the knowledge of the self,
for the wellbeing of all beings.
Fulfillment is a natural state infused with inner joy, independent of external objects, people, and circumstances.
To be fulfilled represents
the highest good.
It is a voyage of inner discovery,
a manifest mystery.
Let the Self-knowledge integrate with life and blossom into the good of all.
This is the path to fulfillment.
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This book presents seven gifts as habits of mind geared toward attaining lasting fulfillment ~gifts of pure motivation, gratitude, generosity, selfless service, harmlessness, acceptance, and presence. In order to live a profoundly significant life, we have to share these gifts with others. Paradoxically, in sharing these gifts with others, we ultimately bestow them on ourselves and unexpectedly discover a life infused with true significance and lasting fulfillment.Read more…
From the pages of recent history, Gandhi emerges as a grand strategist and exemplary leader with a keen understanding of human nature. His leadership style was “follower-centric” and “contextual.” In Gandhi and Leadership, Professor Dhiman explores the moral and spiritual-philosophical foundations and context of Gandhi’s approach to leadership. What sets this work apart is its special emphasis on the spiritual and moral mainstay of his leadership. Dhiman reveals how Gandhi, beginning as a “one-man boundary force,” became “a century’s conscience.”Read more…
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