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The Sri Chinmoy Library
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Sri Chinmoy answers, part 24
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. Published on srichinmoylibrary.com with the permission of Sri Chinmoy. This is the 1349th book written by Sri Chinmoy after he came to the West in 1964.
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Question: When we have a manifestation project, sometimes I feel I know the only right thing to do, but someone else thinks he or she knows best. When both of us cannot conquer that kind of feeling, what is the right solution?
Question: Suppose two people have a way they want to do something for you that needs to be accomplished. Both are seeking the same result, but they do not have any harmony. Should we be willing to settle for less of an outer accomplishment in order to have inner harmony?
Question: It seems often when we make a little progress, we relax. Sometimes also when we do something that pleases you and you tell us you are proud of us, then we feel we can relax. It seems we are satisfied with too little, when we could achieve much more if we were more receptive. How can we be dissatisfied and yet still be happy?
Question: Recently you said we should strengthen our friendships.
Question: Besides your name, is there a sound or a word that we can use when invoking you that brings us quickly to you?
Question: What does it actually mean to see the divine in someone or something?
Training for the decathlon
Before the Olympics
Question: What would you consider the ideal Centre meditation?
Question: When we have Joy Days, what should we do?
Question: During the twenty-first century, will anybody break the two-hour marathon barrier?
Question: When we have a manifestation project, sometimes I feel I know the only right thing to do, but someone else thinks he or she knows best.... ›
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