Establish unity among yourselves first; do not seek faults in others or excellences in your own selves. The Fatherhood of God and the Brotherhood of Man – have full faith in this and fill every act of yours with that reverence and love. Wherever you are, whatever work you do, do it as an act of worship, an act of dedication, an act for the glory of God who is the Inspirer, the Witness, the Master. Do not divide your activities as, “These are for my sake” and “These are for God.” See all work as one. When you work, there should be no remainder, nothing pending. Finish all, down to the last. They should not recur again. If you offer all activities at the feet of the Lord and free them from any trace of egoistic attachment, the consequence will not bind you: you are free, you are liberated, you have Moksha (liberation).