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By Paramahamsa Nithyananda

From Worrying To Wondering : Kannada

Chinte Inda Chintanege

“Suffering is a state of mind, not a state of life. No one or nothing can make you suffer without your silent permission.” – Paramahamsa Nithyananda
Recently, an extensive survey was conducted worldwide to determine the deadliest disease afflicting humanity in our times. Many believed it would be AIDS, others suspected it would be cancer, still others assumed that it would be TB. When the results were announced, it amazed the world: the killer disease of our century is none of these.
It is Depression.

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“Suffering is a state of mind, not a state of life. No one or nothing can make you suffer without your silent permission.” – Paramahamsa Nithyananda
Recently, an extensive survey was conducted worldwide to determine the deadliest disease afflicting humanity in our times. Many believed it would be AIDS, others suspected it would be cancer, still others assumed that it would be TB. When the results were announced, it amazed the world: the killer disease of our century is none of these.
It is Depression.

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  • Format : eBook
  • Language : Kannada
  • Pages : 38

About The Author

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His Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda is recognized today as a clear, legitimate, apolitical voice of Sanatana Hindu Dharma, and revered as a living incarnation of superconsciousness by millions worldwide. He is a Mahamandaleshwar (spiritual head) of Mahanirvani Peeth, the world’s most ancient apex body of Hinduism. He is the most watched spiritual teacher on YouTube.com with over 19 million views, and the author of more than 300 books published in over 20 languages. His lectures are watched live every day on http://www.nithyananda. tv, as well as on multiple international television channels and via video conferencing.