Ram Dass is a beloved spiritual figure, who teaches and promotes service in ecology, socially-conscious business practices, and care for the dying. His book, Be Here Now, is a great spiritual classic of the 20th century.

Get inspired and motivated today with 10 of the most popular Ram Dass quotes below.

1. "Your problem is you are too busy holding on to your unworthiness."

2. "The quieter you become, the more you can hear."

3. "If you think you’re free, there’s no escape possible."

4. "In most of our human relationships, we spend much of our time reassuring one another that our costumes of identity are on straight."

5. "We're all just walking each other home."

6. "It is important to expect nothing, to take every experience, including the negative ones, as merely steps on the path, and to proceed."

7. "The heart surrenders everything to the moment. The mind judges and holds back."

8. "The next message you need is always right where you are."

9. "I would like my life to be a statement of love and compassion--and where it isn't, that's where my work lies."

10. "We're fascinated by the words--but where we meet is in the silence behind them."

What is your favorite Ram Dass quote? Did you favorite not make this list? Be sure to share it in the comments!

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Here's to an inspired day and an inspired life!

Author's Bio: 

Born in 1931, Ram Dass studied psychology in school, specializing in human motivation and personality development. After receiving an M.A. from Wesleyan and a Ph.D. from Stanford, Dass served on the psychology faculties at Stanford and the University of California.

From 1958 to 1963, Dass taught and did research at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education, as well as in Harvard’s Department of Social Relations. In 1961, he explored human consciousness and collaborated with professionals like Timothy Leary to research psilocybin, LSD-25, and other psychedelic chemicals. Because of the controversial nature of this research, Dass was dismissed from Harvard in 1963.

Four years later, Dass traveled to India, where he studied yoga and meditation. There he met his Guru, Neem Karoli Baba, and received the name Ram Dass, which means “servant of God.” Since 1968, he has pursued a variety of spiritual practices, including guru kripa, devotional yoga focused on the Hindu spiritual figure Hanuman, karma yoga, and Sufi and Jewish studies.

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