1- Reading a book gives us the habit of solitary reflection and true enjoyment.
2- The poet’s religion has no place for any fixed doctrine.
3- It is said that a man without religion is like a horse without bridle.
4- Religion is the conquest of fear ; the antidote to failure and death.
5- Nations, like individuals, are made, not only by what” they acquire, but by what they resign
6- Human life as we have it is only the raw material for Human life as it might be.
7- Spiritual life is the genius of India.
8- One has to achieve not merely technical efficiency but greatness of Spirit.
9- Wealth, power and efficiency are the appurtenances of life and not life itself.
10- To look upon life as an evil and treat the world as delusion is sheer ingratitude.