I Credit My Accomplishments To My Family, Friends And Fans.

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On my own humility.

I credit my accomplishments to you all my family and friends. I want to thank you all from the depth of my heart for your support and for your enthusiasm. Thank you for making me go on even when I had doubts. Thank you for watching me through as I climbed higher professional and spiritual grounds.

I am you and you are me.

The greatest achievement is selflessness.

The greatest declaration is a simple thank you.

The greatest worth is self-mastery.

The greatest skill is demonstrating humbleness.

The greatest quality is seeking to serve others.

The greatest medicine is the emptiness of everything.

The greatest action is not conforming with the world’s ways.

The greatest magic is transmuting the passions.

The greatest goodness is peace of mind.

The greatest practice is humility.

The greatest effort is not concerned with results.

The greatest meditation is a mind that lets go.

The greatest wisdom is seeing through appearances.


\”The happiest of people don\’t necessarily have the best of everything; they just make the most of everything that comes along their way.\”

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