My dream job would be driving the karma bus.
There’s a natural law of karma that vindictive people, who go out of their way to hurt others, will end up broke and alone.
Some people create their own storms and then get mad when it rains.
Worthless people blame their karma.
Bitter people often face bitter karma.
People who create their own drama, deserve their own karma.
I don’t treat people badly, I treat them accordingly.
Be careful how you treat people. What you do to others has a funny way of coming back on you.
Follow your passions, believe in karma, and you won’t have to chase your dreams, they will come to you.
People accept only that person as their leader who is radiant with good knowledge and karma.
People create their own questions because they are afraid to look straight. All you have to do is look straight and see the road, and when you see it, don’t sit looking at it – walk.
But why should you care what people will say? All you have to do is please yourself.
Ask yourself whether the dream of heaven and greatness should be waiting for us in our graves – or whether it should be ours here and now and on this earth.
I love people who make me laugh. I honestly think it’s the thing I like most, to laugh. It cures a multitude of ills. It’s probably the most important thing in a person.
The ‘Third World’ is a term I don’t like very much because we’re all one world. I want people to know that the largest part of humanity is suffering.
People, even more than things, have to be restored, renewed, revived, reclaimed, and redeemed; never throw out anyone.
My first big mission for UNICEF in Ethiopia was just to attract attention, before it was too late, to conditions which threatened the whole country. My role was to inform the world, to make sure that the people of Ethiopia were not forgotten.
Let’s face it, a nice creamy chocolate cake does a lot for a lot of people; it does for me.
People in these places don’t know Audrey Hepburn, but they recognize the name UNICEF. When they see UNICEF their faces light up, because they know that something is happening. In the Sudan, for example, they call a water pump UNICEF.
She was too busy wishing on shooting stars to see the dreams come true around her.