A man of God is like the ocean—undisturbed by the rivers that are coming in. The fullness of peace he experiences within is so great that the problems of the world he has to deal with and the suffering he has to go through become insignificant in comparison.
There is no greater pleasure than being willing to risk one’s life and make all sacrifices for the welfare of others.
The happiness in serving is the happiness that material nature cannot impede because we can always serve in some way or the other.
Do not think that if we surrender to God we will be a loser. We will not lose anything except bondage, frustration and suffering. That is all we will lose.