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The Sri Chinmoy Library
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Sri Chinmoy answers, part 21
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. Published on srichinmoylibrary.com with the permission of Sri Chinmoy. This is the 1333rd book written by Sri Chinmoy after he came to the West in 1964.
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Question: Once someone loses his inspiration, is it totally reversible, or is something lost forever?
Question: Are you concerned about the current world situation, such as the conflict in Kosovo?
Question: What does it mean to be born into a spiritual family that is already following a spiritual path?
Question: As I am getting older, I am finding it harder and harder to accept my age. Can you say something that will allow me to better accept the fact?
Question: Which do you value more, speed or perfection?
Question: When creative people or serious artists enter into the spiritual life, sometimes they lose their creative inspiration because spirituality is so vast that it seems no longer valuable to them to make their own style of art. Or they have to compromise their spirituality just to survive as artists. I see that they often do not seriously continue to create their own art. Is there any way to utilise creativity to make the maximum progress in spirituality, instead of taking them as two different things? How can we unite these two activities into one?
Question: The last few days before my birthday, I definitely felt inwardly uplifted. I had much more aspiration, and my meditations were much better. How can I maintain this throughout the year?
Question: Once someone loses his inspiration, is it totally reversible, or is something lost forever? ›
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