Poor is the one who has forgotten his riches

The following is an excerpt from a samvaad (dialogue) session with Acharya Prashant.

Question: We are wonderful, and we are beautiful as we are. Does that mean that we should be self-contented and not try to develop ourselves?

Acharya Prashant (AP): I may have everything very, very close to me, right there within me, but would it be of any use to me if I do not…




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