Some Quotes By Swami Vivekananda You Could Live By

Swami Vivekananda, known as Narendra Nath Datta in his pre-monastic life, was born in Kolkata. Swami Vivekananda’s inspirational personality was well known both in India as in America during the last decade of the nineteenth century. His speech at the first Parliament of the World’s Religions in Chicago earned him a two-minute standing ovation.

In India, Vivekananda is often considered as the patriot saint of modern India. What the saint said were words of wisdom and they still hold water in the modern times. The nation celebrates his birthday as National Youth Day.
We have gathered some of the best quotes you could live by…

arise, awake, stop not until your goal is achieved-Swami-vivekananda

you cannot believe in god until you believe in yourself-Swami-vivekananda

in a day, when you don't come across any problems-you can be sure that you are travelling in a wrong path-Swami-vivekananda

we are responsible for what we are, and whatever we wish ourselves to be, we have the power to make ourselves-Swami-vivekananda

the greatest sin is to think yourself weak-Swami-vivekananda

in a conflict between the heart and the brain follow your heart-Swami-vivekananda

whatever you think that you wilbe. if you think yourself weak, weak you will be; if you think yourself strong, you will be-Swami-vivekananda

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the fire that warms us can also consume us: it is not the fault of the fire-Swami-vivekananda

we are what our thoughts have made us: so take care about what are secondary. thoughts live: they travel far-Swami-vivekananda

talk to yourself at least once in a day, a meeting with an excellent person in this world-Swami-vivekananda

strength is life, weakness is death. expansion is life, contraction is death. love is life, hatred is death-Swami-vivekananda

Vivekananda combined the ancient spiritual traditions of India with the dynamism of the West and has inspired people far and wide.
He had said once- ‘You will be nearer to Heaven through football than through the study of the Gita.’

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