61 Inspirational Sarada Devi Quotes On Success In Life

Sarada Devi born Kshemankari/ Thakurmani/ Saradamani Mukhopadhyay, was the wife and spiritual consort of Sri Ramakrishna, a nineteenth-century Hindu mystic and saint. Sarada Devi is also reverentially addressed as the Holy Mother (Sri Sri Maa) by the followers of the Sri Ramakrishna monastic order. Sri Sarada Devi or Sri Sri Maa is one of the notable woman saints and mystics of the nineteenth century. These Sarada Devi quotes will motivate you.

Best Sarada Devi Quotes

  1. “I tell you one thing. If you want peace of mind, do not find fault with others. Rather learn to see your own faults. Learn to make the whole world your own. No one is a stranger, my child; this whole world is your own.” ~ Sarada Devi
  2. “I am the mother of the wicked, as I am the mother of the virtuous. Never fear. Whenever you are in distress, say to yourself, ‘I have a mother.” ~ Sarada Devi
  3. “The happiness of the world is transitory. The less you become attached to the world, the more you enjoy peace of mind.” ~ Sarada Devi
  4. “Even the impossible becomes possible through devotion.” ~ Sarada Devi

  5. “Let me tell you how to love all equally. Do not demand anything of those you love. If you make demands, some will give you more and some less. In that case you will love more those who give you more and less those who give you less. Thus your love will not be the same for all. You will not be able to love all impartially.” ~ Sarada Devi
  6. “You see, my son, it is not a fact that you will never face dangers. Difficulties always come, but they do not last forever. You will see that they pass away like water under a bridge.” ~ Sarada Devi
  7. “Don’t be afraid. Human birth is full of suffering and one has to endure everything patiently, taking the Name of God. None, not even God in human form can escape the sufferings of the body and mind.” ~ Sarada Devi
  8. “God cannot be realized without love. Yes, sincere love.” ~ Sarada Devi

  9. “We suffer as a result of our own actions; it is unfair to blame anybody for it.” ~ Sarada Devi
  10. “One should not hurt others even by words. One must not speak an unpleasant truth unnecessarily.” ~ Sarada Devi
  11. “One should not hurt others even by words. One must not speak an unpleasant truth unnecessarily.” ~ Sarada Devi
  12. “No one can suffer for all time. No one will spend all his days on this earth in suffering. Every action brings its own result, and one gets one’s opportunities accordingly.” ~ Sarada Devi
  13. “We have to surrender ourselves completely to the Lord with faith and devotion in Him, serve others to the best of our capacity, and never be a source of sorrow to anybody.” ~ Sarada Devi Quotes
  14. “However strong or beautiful this body may be, its culmination is in those three pounds of ashes. And still people are so attached to it. Glory be to God.” ~ Sarada Devi
  15. “Realization of God cannot be achieved without ecstatic love for Him.” ~ Sarada Devi

  16. “When one realizes God, He grants knowledge and illumination from within; one knows it oneself. In the fullness of one’s spiritual realization one will find that He who resides in one’s heart, resides in the hearts of others as well – the oppressed, the persecuted, the untouchable, and the outcast.” ~ Sarada Devi
  17. “My child, I bless you from my heart that you live long, attain devotion, and enjoy peace. Peace is the principal thing. One needs peace alone.” ~ Sarada Devi
  18. “As you smell the fragrance of a flower by handing it or the smell of sandalwood by rubbing it against a stone, so you obtain spiritual awakening by constantly thinking of God.” ~ Sarada Devi
  19. “I can never refuse anyone who addresses me as Mother.” ~ Sarada Devi
  20. “One must be patient like the earth. What iniquities are being perpetuated on her! Yet she quietly endures them all.” ~ Sarada Devi
  21. “Is faith so cheap, my child? Faith is the last word. If one has faith, the goal is practically reached.” ~ Sarada Devi
  22. “One should perform even an insignificant task with respect.” ~ Sarada Devi

  23. “Pray to God with tears in your eyes whenever you want illumination or find yourself faced with any doubt or difficulty. The Lord will remove all your impurities, assuage your mental anguish, and give you enlightenment.” ~ Sarada Devi
  24. “The whole world is a dream; even this (the waking state) is a dream … What you dreamt last night does not exist now.” ~ Sarada Devi
  25. “As long as a man has desires there is no end to his transmigration. It is the desires alone that make him take one body after another. There will be rebirth for a man if he has even the desire to eat a piece of candy.” ~ Sarada Devi
  26. “Don’t puzzle the mind with too many inquiries. One finds it difficult to put one single thing into practising, but dares invite distraction by filling the mind with too many things.” ~ Sarada Devi
  27. “Open your grief-stricken heart to the Lord. Weep and sincerely pray, ‘O Lord, draw me towards You; give me peace of mind.’ By doing so constantly you, will gradually attain peace of mind.” ~ Sarada Devi
  28. “Pray to God and make your heart as pure as the star.” ~ Sarada Devi

  29. “Certainly you will have doubts. There will be questionings and faith will return again. That is how faith is established.” ~ Sarada Devi
  30. “Such is life, here today, gone tomorrow! Nothing goes with one, except one’s merit and demerit; good and evil deeds follow one even after death.” ~ Sarada Devi
  31. “The difference between a great soul and an ordinary man is this: the latter weeps while leaving this body, whereas the former laughs. Death seems to him a mere play.” ~ Sarada Devi
  32. “Desire may be compared to a minute seed. It is like a big banyan tree growing out of a seed, which is no bigger than a dot.” ~ Sarada Devi
  33. “My son, forbearance is a great virtue; there’s no other like it.” ~ Sarada Devi

  34. “Everything, husband, wife, or even the body, is only illusory. These are all shackles of illusion. Unless you can free yourself from these bondages, you will never be able to go to the other shore of the world.” ~ Sarada Devi
  35. “What an illusion Mahamaya has conjured up! Here is this infinite world, and what one claims as his possession will be left behind at death. Still men cannot understand this simple truth.” ~ Sarada Devi
  36. “Ordinary human love results in misery. Love for God brings blessedness.” ~ Sarada Devi
  37. “Even Avataras, saints, and sages have to undergo the ordeal of suffering, for they take upon themselves the burden of sins of omission and commission of ordinary human beings and thereby sacrifice themselves for the good of humanity.” ~ Sarada Devi
  38. “A person may have no relatives anywhere, but Mahamaya may make him keep a cat and thus make him worldly. This is how She plays!” ~ Sarada Devi
  39. “I tell you one thing – if you want peace of mind, don not fault with others.” ~ Sarada Devi

  40. “One suffers as a result of one’s own actions. So, instead of blaming others for such sufferings, one should pray to the Lord and depending entirely on His grace, try to bear them patiently and with forbearance under all circumstances.” ~ Sarada Devi
  41. “Give up this dry discussion, this hodge-podge of philosophy. Who has been able to know God by reasoning? Even sages like Suka and Vyasa are at best like big ants trying to carry away a few grains of sugar from a large hea.” ~ Sarada Devi
  42. “The conjunction of the day and the night is the most auspicious time for calling on God. The mind remains pure at this time.” ~ Sarada Devi
  43. “The world is going on because not all can be free of desires. People with desires are born again and again.” ~ Sarada Devi

  44. “People complain about their griefs and sorrows and how they pray to God but find no relief from pain. But grief itself is a gift from God. It is the symbol of His compassion.” ~ Sarada Devi
  45. “If you do a good act, it cancels the effects of your evil deeds. If one prays, takes the Name of God and thinks of Him, the effects of evil are cancelled.” ~ Sarada Devi
  46. “If one calls upon Him repeatedly, He becomes compassionate; and so a devoted attachment comes into being. This love for love’s sake should be hidden from all eyes.” ~ Sarada Devi
  47. “This world is moving around like a wheel. That indeed is the last birth in which one gets completely rid of all desires.” ~ Sarada Devi
  48. “The grace of God is the thing that is needful. One should pray for the grace of God.” ~ Sarada Devi

  49. “As clouds are blown away by the wind, the thirst for material pleasures will be driven away by the utterance of the Lord’s name.” ~ Sarada Devi
  50. “What else does one obtain by realization of God? Does one grow two horns? No, the mind becomes pure, and through a pure mind one attains knowledge and awakening.” ~ Sarada Devi
  51. “The Mother of the universe is the Mother of all. From Her have come out both good and evil.” ~ Sarada Devi
  52. “The creation itself is full of griefs. How can one understand joy if there is no sorrow? And how can everyone be happy at the same time?” ~ Sarada Devi
  53. “In the course of time one does not feel even the existence of God. After attaining enlightenment one sees that gods and deities are all Maya.” ~ Sarada Devi
  54. “Rebirth is inevitable so long as one has desires. It is like taking the soul from one pillow-case and putting it into another. Only one or two out of many men can be found who are free from all desires.” ~ Sarada Devi
  55. “He who will pray to God eagerly will see Him.” ~ Sarada Devi

  56. “In one word, one should desire of God desirelessness. For desire alone is at the root of all suffering. It is the cause of repeated births and deaths. It is the obstacle in the way of liberation.” ~ Sarada Devi
  57. “He who has really prayed to the Master, even once, has nothing to fear. By, praying to him constantly one gets ecstatic love (Prema Bhakti) through his grace.” ~ Sarada Devi
  58. “Why do people argue? Even the wisest of men have not found God through argument! Is God a subject for argument?” ~ Sarada Devi
  59. “Does one get faith by mere studying of books? Too much reading creates confusion. The Master used to say that one should learn from the scriptures that God alone is real and the world illusory.” ~ Sarada Devi
  60. “He who thinks always of the Lord, which way can evil come to him?” ~ Sarada Devi
  61. “No doubt, God alone has become all these objects, animate and inanimate, but in the relative world all beings act and suffer according to their past Karma and innate tendencies.” ~ Sarada Devi

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