12 January 2014

Swami Vivekananda's Quotes On Grace

Artistic image of Swami Vivekananda
He on whom His grace descends,
in a moment goes beyond all law.
—Swami Vivekananda 
Image source: Wikimedia Commons (remixed)
In this article we'll make a collection of Swami Vivekananda's quotes and sayings on grace.
  • Bear in mind that through His grace lots of men will be turned out with the nobility of gods — ay, wherever His mercy would drop![Source]
  • Disease, fear of an epidemic, etc., will vanish into thin air by His grace.[Source]
  • Grace means this. He who has realised the Atman becomes a storehouse of great power. Making him the centre and with a certain radius a circle is formed, and whoever comes within the circle becomes animated with the ideas of that saint, i.e. they are overwhelmed by his ideas. Thus without much religious striving, they inherit the results of his wonderful spirituality. If you call this grace, you may do so.[Source]
  • He on whom His grace descends, in a moment goes beyond all law.[Source]
  • Let us not be in a hurry; everything will come by the grace of the Lord.[Source]
  • The Lord is very merciful to him whom He sees struggling heart and soul for Realisation. But remain idle, without any struggle, and you will see that His grace will never come.[Source]
  • The test of his grace is -- unattachment to lust or wealth. If that has not come in anyone's life, then he has not truly received his grace.[Source]
  • "The wind of His grace is always blowing, what you need to do is to unfurl your sail."[Source]
  • There is no condition in grace.[Source]
  • Those who are pure always in body, mind, and speech, who have strong devotion, who discriminate between the real and the unreal, who persevere in meditation and contemplation — upon them alone the grace of the Lord descends.[Source]
  • Through the grace of God all paths become easy.[Source]
  • Without the grace of Shakti nothing is to be accomplished.[Source]

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