Yehudi Menuhin Quote

When I was a boy no one seemed to ask where the energies come from. Land, oil, coal, air seemed inexhaustible. Now we are realizing how our very life depends upon restoring not only our balance with nature, but also that balance within ourselves. We are depleting our reserves of spirit, health, courage and faith at an alarming rate. The quiet practice of yoga is, in its humble yet effective way, an antidote.


In: Sushama Londhe in A Tribute to Hinduism: Thoughts and Wisdom Spanning Continents and Time about India and Her Culture, p. 341

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