Basic Duties

07/12/2010 § Leave a comment

Basic Duties

Basic defined:

1. most important: most important or essential
a few basic guidelines; as a noun: most important things: the most important or fundamental parts of something
2. elementary: serving as a starting point or minimum
3. without extra: without or before the addition of anything extra
4. plain: plain and utilitarian rather than luxurious or fancy (informal )

Duties defined:

duty: 1. obligation: something that somebody is obliged to do for moral, legal, or religious reasons; your duties as a parent
2. need to meet obligations: the urge to meet moral or religious obligations;a strong sense of duty
3. allocated task: a task or service allocated to somebody, especially in the course of work

1. something that one is expected or required to do by moral or legal obligation.

2. the binding or obligatory force of something that is morally or legally right; moral or legal obligation.


“If the fool would persist in his folly, he would become wise.” –William Blake

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“To remember that God is in all action, in form as well as without form and to pray for His grace is man’s basic duty as a human being. In order
that truth may be revealed, concentrate on the practice that brings
about inner awakening”.  AnanadaMayeeMa

“Abide by your duty. To live in the home that he has created for himself is surely fitting for a householder. Do not, however, neglect the search
for your real Home. Only when this is found has one truly come home.”
Anandamayee Ma

“Always do good to others. Be selfless. Mentally remove everything and be free. This is divine life. This is the direct way to Moksha or salvation.” – Swami Sivananda

“Where are heaven and hell. They are what we create in each moment. Choose paradise.” iljung Buddhist wisdom

Volunteer Minister:Ethics is so native to the individual that when it goes off the rails he will always seek to overcome his own lack of ethics.He knows he has an ethics blind spot the moment he develops it. At that moment he starts trying to put ethics in on himself, and to the degree that he can envision long-term survival concepts, he may be successful, even though lacking the actual tech of ethics. ~ L. Ron Hubbard

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