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|Although cliched, no plan of action can begin without a desire to achieve a |
particular goal. Any effort requires ... FIRST DESERVE, THEN DESIRE I strongly
believe in the principle, “First Deserve, then Desire.” I applied this principle in the
|Your Work And Work Your Plan First deserve, then desire: Never forget that the |
number of those desirous of a coveted place in the sun, exceed by many times,
but there is only one pot at the end of the rainbow. So, we have to master all
|First. deserve,. then. desire. The. choices we make, choices on which our |
happiness largely depends, involve judgments about the people we encounter
as we travel through life. Whom can we trust? Who will bring out the best in us?
Who will ...
|Desires are nourished by delays. Time lost cannot be recalled. ... Democrary is |
the worst form of government but unfortunately we do not know better than that.
DESERVE He that blows best ... First deserve then desire. First desire then
|This explicit identity is not yet their svarūpa, but it is the identity they desire. Śrīla |
Prabhupāda said, “First deserve, then desire.”  Now these fortunate souls have
come to deserve the legitimate desire for a specific service to Kṛṣṇa.
|Despair Despise, Despised Desires are nourished by delays. (Roman) |
Everything goes to him who does not want it. (French) Fancy requires much,
necessity but little. (German) First deserve then desire. (English) Great desire
|DESIRE. He has no wants, who has no desires ; he is the nearest to God who |
has the fewest wants ; man wants but little ... riches, pleasure; desire beautifies
what is ugly; it is nourished by delays; first deserve, then desire ; lack of desire is
|Example is better than precept or an ounce of practice is better than a pound of |
preachment: Action is better than ... First deserve then desire: Everybody should
see first whether he deserves a particular thing or not, then he should have a ...
|Chapter 51: Desire L 2. 3. 0\ E" Desire has no rest. First deserve, then desire. |
They begin to die who cease to desire. . Desire often outlives performance. The
fewer desires, the more peace. . We live in our desires, not in our achievements.
|Desire beautifies what is ugly. Sp. 3. Desire nothing that would bring disgrace. 4. |
Desires are nourished by delays. 5. Examine well the counsels that favor your
desires. 6. First deserve, then desire. 7. He that desires but little has no need of ...