for the Day
lift our thought by constant devotion to
the steadfast practice of meditation with
unwavering mind (not moving elsewhere) and
constant thought of the Supreme Divine Being,
one goes to Him.
We have to meditate on something. Our mind
must dwell on some object. According to
what he thinks upon, a man can create an
atmosphere of radiance, exuberance, buoyancy;
and this brings joy. Or he can carry gloom
with him. It is a matter of the habit of
thought. If a man's thought, aspiration
and action are one, that man is free. He
does not blunder. We must build up our own
life by our thought. There are many ways
by which we can do this. Art, music, even
manual work, all can bring ripening to the
O Lord, that through this day nothing may
disturb the peace of my thought.
I radiate love and joyousness.
I keep my eyes fixed upon Thee
meet each problem with courage and surrender.
me to keep my heart pure and full of devotion,
at all times may it rest close to Thy Divine