Tranquil in heat and cold

One who has control over the mind
is tranquil in heat and cold, in pleasure
and pain, and in honor and dishonor;
and is ever steadfast with the Supreme Self.
~Bhagavad Gita

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  1. Carlos Bation

    December 13, 2014

    Hi beautiful image i love mother nature thank U ..Ingat my Love my Dear my beautiful Lady

  2. Rana Singh

    December 13, 2014

    Ya sure ,, weekend means your favorite work is waiting for you … my friend +Jendhamuni Sos See you soon ,,, Enjoy your weekend 🙂

  3. Jendhamuni Sos

    December 13, 2014

    +Rana Singh Taking some breaks from time to time lately, Rana. I spend more time practice insight meditation.

  4. Rana Singh

    December 13, 2014

    Its very great dear friend +Jendhamuni Sos My wishes are with you ,,, 🙂 Gradually you reached up to the highest level of meditation ,,, I hope so 🙂

  5. Raghav panday

    December 13, 2014

    And that's U ,,,,, love you babe lua,,,,,,

  6. Jayesh Thakkar

    December 13, 2014

    You are right Jen but as far as administration is concerned it could not be handled soft handed and for which the discipline is must necessary to maintain law and order in whatever it may be a home an office or an organisation and sometimes we may have to tolerate such dishonour while taking such desciplinery actions. Thank you so much , this quote is a moral guideline for such people. Good morning +Jendhamuni Sos.

  7. Ajay Agnihotri

    December 13, 2014

    Bhagavad Gita..a great holy book..everyone can find the solution of their problems..nice post Jendhamuni.

  8. Rubel Mia

    December 14, 2014

    wonderful and fascination place.


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