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- Published sources should be provided before moving these back into the article
- A human being should strive for four things in life — dharma (righteousness), artha (wealth), kaama (desire for anything), and moksha (liberation). A person who hasn't striven for even one of these things has wasted life.
I removed these quotes as I found them non-notable:
- To me, Dharma had always been a matter of moral norms, external rules and regulations, do's and don'ts, enforced on life by an act of will. Now I was made to see Dharma as a multi dimensional movement of man's inner law of being, his psychic evolution, his spiritual growth, and his spontaneous building of an outer life for himself and the community in which he lived.
- Sita Ram Goel How I became a Hindu (1982)