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Discernment
Saturday, May 27, 2017
 
"Our discriminative faculty is so much over-shadowed by the hankerings of the mind that we have become quite blind to the real values of things concerned with in life. As a matter of fact everything in life is for our ultimate good; only we have to learn their proper utilisation so as to turn them to our advantage. "
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Ram Chandra, Complete Works of Ram Chandra, Vol. 2 (2nd Indian edn., 1999), p. 28
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