“A man is but the product of his thoughts; what he thinks, he becomes”
To love of course is a very difficult discipline. It is easy to hate but requires supreme energy and strength to love. The task becomes still more difficult when one is required to love a person who is ordinarily regarded as an opponent. One who is inwardly weak develop a sort of fear and out of fear starts arming himself against real or imaginary enemies. The capacity to kill is not a sign of strength but the strength to die is the real strength. Only when one has this strength in him that he can claim to have risen above fear.
Sacrifice, is an indispensable companion of love where love demands a going beyond which is known as self transcendence. Only he can love who is selfless who only believe in giving not taking. Gandhi beautifully said: “love…
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