"Let not world-objects be your mind’s master. Let them be, if at all, subservient to the mind. To be spiritual is not to look for one’s delight and fulfillment in the objects of the world. The mind that causes delight through any object can also provide delight without such an object. Delight in reality belongs to the mind alone. It is verily mind’s own gift."

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brahmachari

Sanskrit : ब्रह्मचारि ; a person taking to restraints in thought, words and deeds in a manner which is conducive to the pursuit of realization of the Self or Brahman; A young Brāhman who is a student of the Veda (under a preceptor) or who practises chastity.

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