1. Let your manners speak, your deeds prove and your delivery impress.
2. Love is the ultimate state, where compassion prevails and kindness rules.
3. Your greatness is measured by your gifts, not your possessions.
4. I would rather have a mind opened by wonder, than closed by belief.
5. Happiness is the result of inner maturity. It depends on us alone, and requires patient work, carried out from day to day. Happiness must be built, and this requires time and effort. In the long term, happiness and unhappiness are therefore a way of being, or a life skill.
6. The body and the word have great importance: it is through their support that the true nature of the mind can be realized. It could be said that, in a way, the body and the word are servants of the mind.
7. The basic root of happiness lies in our minds; outer circumstances are nothing more than adverse or favorable.
8. Do not encumber your mind with useless thoughts. What good does it do to brood on the past or anticipate the future? Remain in the simplicity of the present moment.
9. What counts is not the enormity of the task, but the size of the courage.
10. The trouble is that you think you have time.