The Ultimate Guide of Spiritual Wealth

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I. Don’t compare yourself

“Comparison is the killer of happiness.”
Matthieu Ricard.

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II. Spend time with your friends

For me, friendship is not an advantageous transaction or give-and-take. For me, friendship is a certain overlapping of life; A relationship that can touch another life profoundly.

— Sadhguru.

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III. Be grateful for what you have

“Peace begins with a smile.”
Mother Teresa.

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IV. Don’t be burdened by what you don’t have

Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I’m not sure about the former.

Albert Einstein.

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V. Learn to share

“If citizens practiced friendship among themselves, they would not need justice.”

Aristotle.

What the science says

VI. Love yourself more

“No one who trusts himself envies the virtue of the other.”
Cicero.

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VII. Live here and now

“There’s much more in any given moment than we usually perceive, and that we are much more than we usually perceive. When you know that, part of you can stand outside the drama of your life.”
Ram Dass.

The 3 great truths of spirituality

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Summary

Alberto García (Malafama1981) is the author of the books "Incommensurable. El libro encantado" and "Desde dentro" (Published by Editorial Planeta).

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