to all, but if it is met in the right manner even failure can be made the stepping-stone to success. Trouble comes to all, but, while it makes some people stronger and better in every way, it submerges others so that they never rise again. The trouble is the same, it is how it is met that makes the difference. Those who meet difficulty and adversity in the feeble strength of their finite minds and false personality are speedily overwhelmed and broken by the storms of life. But those who rely upon, and have faith in the Power within them, can never be overwhelmed, neither can they ever be defeated. The Power, being infinite, is always sufficient, no matter how great the need may be.
One who realizes his own real spiritual identity, knows that he can never die, that he can never be defeated, that he can never really fail. He may lose his body through the change that is called death; but he, the true man, can never die. Neither can he fail, though he be defeated a thousand times--he must rise again.<
This is one of the best writing I have ever come across, and I consider myself one of the few lucky ones!
Forget about religion, as I could just see the full essence of Bhagavad Gita, our (Hindu)holy book. This is beyond religion and those who try to bring it within a religion need to go a little further.
I am recomending your link to many of my friends/others as I believe, that even if 10% of the world population read and understand it, easily 50% or more problems of the whole world will disappear!
To the open minded reader that gives all glory to God, this book helps to give the believer support in common sense terms. We stand in our own way of recieving blessings, especially spiritual. The Holy Bible is the Word of God. It is good to have writings that support it.
I believe it is truly inspired.