The greater one’s pride,
The surer he will be humiliated
For his perfection-life.
Sri Chinmoy, Seventy-Seven Thousand Service-Trees, part 13, Agni Press, 1999
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Text: Sri Chinmoy, Meditate on Jharna-Kala Card Co., 1995
Flute Music: from the album 107 Blue Heart-Boats recorded on December 5th 1993, New York by Sri Chinmoy. Full album »
Text: excerpted from the chapter "Peace", from the book The Jewels of Happiness by Sri Chinmoy
Audio: excerpt from the chapter Peace from the book Jewels of Happiness by Sri Chinmoy, read by Archbishop emeritus Desmond Tutu. Background music: A Moment's Peace by Sri Chinmoy, arranged by Parichayaka Hammerl.
Photo: Sri Chinmoy, opening meditation, Peace Concert in Prague, 2004 (audience 14,000), photo by Dhanu.
Audio: excerpt from the chapter titled Simplicity from Sri Chinmoy's book The Jewels of Happiness read by Boris Purushottama Grebenshikov. Background music: Chittai Dhola by Sri Chinmoy, arranged by his students.