Relieving others of their suffering is the highest worship of god.
Bhagavata Purana 8.7.44
All women in this world are forms of the goddess.
Devi Mahatmyam 11.6
The wise think of insult as nectar, and fear honor as much as they would poison.
Mahabharata Shanti Parva 229.21
The wise do not seek to hasten the ripening of that which is not yet ripe, but rather they wisely await its ripening.
Digha Nikaya ii 333
Criticizing others leads to destruction. Criticizing oneself gives fame.
Shiva Purana: Rudrasamhita, Parvati Khanda 31.23
A woman's mouth is forever pure.
Yoga means skill in action.
Bhagavad Gita 2.50
Like a tree laden with ripe fruits bends naturally, so do gentle people display all the more humility when blessed with abundance.
Bhartrihari's Nitishatakam 71
When the heart becomes free of all desires, then does man achieve god and become immortal.
Katha Upanishad 2.3.14
Forgiveness is an ornament of both men and women.
Ramayana Bala Kanda 33.7
Who does this body belong to? Does it belong to my parents who created it? Or does it belong to my wife who is my life partner? Is it fuel for the fire that is ultimately going to consume it, or is it food for vultures and wolves? Does it belong to me, or to my near and dear ones?
Bhagavata Purana 11.26.19
Like birds collecting on a tree in the night and then going their separate ways in the morning, the union of all beings inevitably ends in separation.
Buddha Charita 6.46
Those who cook food (only) for themselves eat only sin.
Bhagavad Gita 3.13
Like a jar of water, when overturned, empties all its contents, never to receive them back, thus should one give away without regard to money, fame, one's progeny, or even our own body to anybody who approaches us with a wish list.
Introduction to Jataka
The days ends in setting of the sun; and there is a new dawn at the end of the night. Pleasure ends in pain; and the end of pain is always happiness.
Mahabharata Ashvamedhik Parva 44.18
The world was created before kama (desire) came into being.
Shiva Purana: Vayaviya Samhita I.24.43
There is no greater dharma than serving your father and obeying his orders.
Ramayana Ayodhya Kanda 19.22
Women are like flowers.
Kama Sutra 3.2.6
Worship the following as gods: your mother, father, teacher and the guest who comes unannounced to your home.
Taittriya Upanishad 1.11.2
An elephant bound in ropes, the eclipse of the sun and the poverty of the wise, makes it obvious that the power of fate is always supreme.
Bhartrihari's Nitishatakam 91