Quotes About Namaste

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Jennifer Donnelly
“Namaste. It was a Nepalese greeting. It meant: The light within me bows to the light within you.”
Jennifer Donnelly, The Wild Rose

“I am the bended, but not broken. I am the power of the thunderstorm. I am the beauty in the beast. I am the strength in weakness. I am the confidence in the midst of doubt. I am Her!”
Kierra C.T. Banks

Jay Woodman
“Affirmations: "I love & respect my mind, body, spirit." & "I do what best nurtures all parts of myself." & "I thrive on wholeness." Namaste!”
Jay Woodman

“To think, or not to think...This is the true question.”
Bert McCoy

Claire Dederer
“Jonathan's voice was quiet now. "Thank you for sharing this evening with me. In yoga, we say 'Namaste,' which means 'I bow to the divine in you.'" He bowed his dork-knobbed head and said, "Namaste." We bowed back and mumbled, "Namaste." On my tongue, the new word felt as though it contained its own foreign spice.”
Claire Dederer, Poser: My Life in Twenty-three Yoga Poses

“What happiness?

Here we have a kind of what they call a multiple choice question.

Like any difficult question, let's go through elimination.

Happiness is not really about having a good job, but obviously it's not about getting available in the market.

It's not in the new car, but it's not about relying on public transport either.

She is not in the college diploma, but not is in not having the opportunity to study.

It is not in being better than others in some activity, but neither is it in not being good at anything.

It is not in the accumulation of capital, but it is not in dependence on the state.

In fact, happiness is not even happiness.

Happiness is moment. Being with the one you love. Conquer what you want. But pass. Not everything you have seems to be exactly what you wanted. Nothing is eternal. Do you see grace in the eternal?

Grace, that all things tend to lose after some time. Our standard of living is transformed.

We note then that the happiness that everyone asks themselves is what they call "the meaning of life," that which flows a good way of living.

The good way to live that may or may not be eternal. But in the long run it is that state of mind that the glass is half full. It is the result of the counterpart of the onus of the fascinating existential singularity.

The question then is not what it is, but how it is. How to achieve.

It's part of something. Have recognition. Get answers. All in all. To make things part of you. To recognize what you have. To valuing each achievement. It is action and reaction. It's a verb.

Understand that we come into the world in the same way we will leave it: without being able to carry anything, but to leave. In this moment, as well as the good way of living, we transform doubt.

Now the question is "what has it left"? What is your contribution to the world?
We have a beginning: be guided by what you can do to make the world better than you have found. We have a beginning ... the rest ... it's up to you.”
1 Minuto na Palma da Mão

Dada Bhagwan
“The entire path of the Vitraag Lords (the enlightened one) is one of humility (vinaya). The practice of humility (vinaya dharma) begins from Hindustan (India). There are endless practices of humility, starting from putting two hands together (in the gesture of Namaste) to prostrating. And ultimately when one attains absolute humility (param vinaya), he attains moksha (ultimate liberation).”
Dada Bhagwan

Debasish Mridha
“Namaste means that whatever is precious and beautiful in me honors whatever is precious and beautiful in you.”
Debasish Mridha

“The universe knows.”
Kierra C.T. Banks

Debasish Mridha
“Peace begins with a kind gesture and Namaste.”
Debasish Mridha

“Peace can only survive when fed peace.”
Kierra C.T. Banks

“One fine day she left the past behind and gave privacy to the future. He took his now to take a walk, watch the sun, listen to good music, spread smiles and be grateful!”
1 Minuto na Palma da Mão

“Stop digging up the past, lay down your shovel, the past is dead.”
Bert McCoy

“Past, of not being able to change. Future, of not being able to predict. Now, to be transformed into a better past and a prosperous future.”
1 Minuto na Palma da Mão

Kristen Henderson
“Who is so fancy, esoterica saves the day?
Who is the Yogi, Namaste?”
Kristen Henderson

“The future is a dark cave. So focus on the now, where it steps. Make of faith the spark that illuminates and of positivity the sound that echoes.”
1 Minuto na Palma da Mão

Debasish Mridha
“Peace begins with a greeting of Namaste.”
Debasish Mridha

“Hey, people ... Do not complain about walking on a Monday if you stayed in folded arms on a Sunday.”
1 Minuto na Palma da Mão

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