14 January 2014

Swami Vivekananda's Quotes On Giving Up Or Give Up

In this website we made a collection of Swami Vivekananda's quotes on renunciation. Now here in this article we'll make a(nother) set of Swami Vivekananda's quotes on giving up.

Most (or all) quotes of Swamiji in this set will contain the two words "give up".

    Swami Vivekananda suggest "give up"

    Give up the small for the Infinite,
    give up small enjoyments for infinite bliss.
    —Swami Vivekananda
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    • Give up all argumentation and other distractions. Is there anything in dry intellectual jargon? It only throws the mind off its balance and disturbs it.[Source]
    • Give up all desire and be at peace. Have neither friends nor foes, and live alone. Thus shall we travel having neither friends nor foes, neither pleasure nor pain, neither desire nor jealousy, injuring no creatures, being the cause of injury to no creatures — from mountain to mountain, from village to village, preaching the name of the Lord.[Source]
    • Give up all desire for enjoyment in earth or heaven. Control the organs of the senses and control the mind.[Source]
    • Give up all evil company, especially at the beginning. Avoid worldly company, that will distract your mind.[Source]
    • Give up all idea of egoism, and entertain no sectarian views. Useless wrangling is a great sin.[Source]
    • Give up all "me and mine".[Source]
    • Give up all our little quarrels and differences.[Source]
    • Give up all self, all egotism s get out of anger, lust, give all to God.[Source]
    • Give up all vain talk. Read only those books which have been written by persons who have had realisation.[Source]
    • Give up being a slave.[Source]
    • Give up bondage; become a son, be free, and then you can "see the Father", as did Jesus.[Source]
    • Give up desire.[Source]
    • Give up for ever the desire for name and fame and power.[Source]
    • Give up hope, says the Vedanta. Why should you hope? You have everything, nay, you are everything. What are you hoping for?[Source]
    • Give up lust and gold and fame and hold fast to the Lord, and at last we shall reach a state of perfect indifference.[Source]
    • Give up, renounce the world.[Source]
    • "Give up," says the Veda, "give up." That is the one way, "Give up".न प्रजया धनेन त्यागेनैकेऽमृतत्वमानशुः — "Neither through wealth, nor through progeny, but by giving up alone that immortality is to be reached."[Source]
    • Give up the burden of all deeds to the Lord; give all, both good and bad. Do not keep the good and give only the bad.[Source]
    • Give up the delusion, and the whole thing vanishes. It is plain and simple indeed.[Source]
    • Give up the fruits unto Him. Let us stand aside and think that we are only servants obeying the Lord, our Master, and that every impulse for action comes from Him every moment.[Source]
    • Give up the small for the Infinite, give up small enjoyments for infinite bliss.[Source]
    • Give up the so-called boast of your narrow orthodox life.[Source]
    • Give up the world; that is the great teaching, and the only teaching, no doubt. Give up the world.[Source]
    • Give up the world -- this nonsense of the senses. There is only one real desire: to know what is true, to be spiritual.[Source]
    • Give up the world which you have conjectured, because your conjecture was based upon a very partial experience, upon very poor reasoning, and upon your own weakness. Give it up; the world we have been thinking of so long, the world to which we have been clinging so long, is a false world of our own creation. Give that up; open your eyes and see that as such it never existed; it was a dream, Maya.[Source]
    • Give up these weakening mysticisms and be strong.[Source]
    • Give up this little life of yours. What matters it if you die of starvation — you and I and thousands like us — so long as this nation lives?[Source]
    • Give up your passive attitude, gird your loins and stand up.[Source]

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