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  1. I have one saint in my team. Quite seriously, a saint.

    This means that the most important thing for her is what God wants her to do.

    The rest gets attention on a deeply residual basis. Well, that is, if God wants her to love her neighbors and take care of them, then her neighbors will be happy next to her. He will give everything up to a penny and will not wait for gratitude.

    If God wants her to work hard and take care of the prosperity of some business, then she will live at work and only think about it.

    If God wants her to push a certain point of view hard , she will push it regardless of the relationship. Etc.

    A saint is primarily about priorities and being honest with yourself (to serve God, not your fantasies). Specific details can be quite diverse.

  2. The Bhagavad Gita as it is. Chapter 16 text 1-3

    The Supreme Personality of Godhead said: Fearlessness, purification of one's existence, cultivation of spiritual knowledge, charity, mastery of the senses, performing sacrifices, studying the Vedas, performing austerities, simplicity, non-violence, truthfulness, non-anger, self-denial, calmness, non-slander, compassion for all living entities, non-greed, gentleness, modesty, determination, determination, forgiving ability, steadfastness, purity, non-envy and desire for honor – Such, O son of Bharata, are the divine qualities of righteous persons endowed with the divine nature.

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