I respect all saints and prophets of all religions. I respect all religions, all cults, all faiths and all creeds.
I serve all, love all, mix with all and see the Lord in all. I stick to my promises. I serve the poor. This is my delight. I do mental prostrations to asses, dogs, trees, bricks, stones and all creatures. I respect elders and sadhus. I obey. I please all through sincere selfless service.
I attend on guests very carefully. I run hither and thither to serve them. I shampoo the legs of sick persons and sadhus.
I give very prompt reply to all my letters. I do several things at a time. I write with electric speed.
I spend everything. I do lot of charity. I do not keep anything. I take immense delight in feeding the poor and my students. I try to be a mother to them.
I talk to others on things which I have myself practised. I look within always, introspect, analyse, and examine. I hold the trisul, spiritual diary, daily, routine and resolve.
I ever served my masters with great sincerity and intense faith and devotion. I learnt many useful lessons for life. I developed many virtues.
I wandered without food during my parivrajak life. I slept on the roadside at night without clothing during winter. I ate dried bread with water.
I stick tenaciously to my principles and ideals. I do not argue much. I live in silence.
I pray and do klrtan for the peace of the whole world, for the health and peace of sick people, and for the peace of the departed souls and the earth-bound spirits also.
I take a dip in the Ganges in the name of all those who are longing for a bath in the Ganges.
I sing the names of all saints of all religions in the bhajan hall. I observe All-Saints’ day and All-Souls’ day. Om. Om. Om.