People say - "We chant Lord's name, yet we do not find peace". So remember two things - One is that you keep chanting name steadfastly. Those who have become sadhus, they must especially remember this that food, clothing, shelter etc will be available on its own, they must remain quiet and chant Lord's name every moment, and call out to God in loneliness - "Oh Lord! I should not forget you". Even while chanting names, keep repeating this from time to time - "Oh Lord! I shouldn't forget you". This is a good idea for everyone to remain quiet. Lot of time gets wasted in useless talking.Nothing is as important as time, and lost time does not come back again, its going every second.And while chanting name, remember God. You may chant any name - Ram, Krishna, Vishnu, Hari, Vasudev etc, and keep calling out to HIM. Just have one demand - "Oh Lord! I must not forget you". Do it day and night. Don't meet people much. Quietly do satsang, take up the good lessons, and leave quietly. Try to be alone. Who knows when this life will end, so remember God each moment, that way, you won't be worried about death. It won't matter whenever you die, you won't be worried about death. You will benefit if you die while chanting HIS name. Whatever time has already passed, that has already been lost. Now whatever time is left, don't let it go waste, remember God each moment, and chant HIS name. Second thing is -You take up one vow, and this itself will be a huge service to all the three worlds. Just like on the day of fasting, you do not eat, similarly you take up this vow that "I will speak only truth, I will not speak lies" and same way, "I will never consider anyone as bad in my mind, everyone is God's form". Everything - good/bad, stationary/moving, everything is God's form, Vasudev Sarvam - this is the principle. If you consider someone as bad, then will that thought be related to God? If someone does wrong, he is bad, but if you see him as a bad person, then is this right? Is this too not wrong?Is considering a wrong-doer as bad a lesser wrong?Its a huge flaw. Even if someone is doing an extremely cruel thing, you should think - "God is there, God is doing Kaliyug leela". Has God given you permission to consider others bad? Is that your responsibility? You do not have the right or duty to consider others bad. Also, by listening, speaking, or considering the flaws of others, that flaw will come in you too.Just like by thinking about God, the relation with God is strengthened, similarly by thinking about other's flaws, won't your relation with those flaws get strengthened?If you consider anyone as flawed, then you will develop a relation with that flaw. It might not appear to you today, but that flaw will show up in you from time-to-time because you have formed a relationship with it. This will be a huge loss. Never consider others as bad, and completely remove the feeling of doing wrong to others. "उमा संत कै इहइ बड़ाई, मंद करत जो करइ भलाई" (maanas, sunderkand) ie: Lord Shiva says in Ramcharitmanas: "Uma! This alone is the glory of saints that they do good to even those who do bad to them". Do good to even those who wrong you. Don't let the thought come to your mind that he should face bad results. If you will think about flaws, then not only will your antah-karan develop those flaws, but the time that should have been utilized in God-remembrance shall also get wasted in thinking about flaws. What a huge loss! "डरते रहो ये ज़िन्दगी बेकार न हो जाए, सपने में भी किसी जीव का अपकार न हो जाये" ie: always remain afraid that this life doesn't go wasted, and even in dreams any Jeeva is not harmed due to me. Further,the person whom you consider bad, by your thus thinking, the flaw gets even more strengthened in him. If you think about the flaws of someone, then those flaws will get attached to him too, he will be harmed, then why establish a flaw? If possible, establish goodness by thinking - "He is a good man, how did this wrong happen through him?" From within he is a fragment of God - "ममैवांशो जीवलोके" (Gita). The truth is that he is a fragment of God since eternity, and the flaw is just a visitor, then how did the person become bad? Also, will the wrong-doer do wrong to everyone? Will he do wrong at all times? Will he always remain flawed, will he never improve? There is always purity at the root, at the roots no one is flawed.All are fragments of God. The flaws have only been made by us, goodness will come on its own when the flaw is given up. People think that one will become a good man after he does a good deed, but this is a wrong concept. One can do a good deed only AFTER being good himself. If you do not consider anyone as bad, then you are a good man. Purity (flawlessness) is naturally there, flaws have been made by us. This has been my experience. Purity is naturally present at the root. God is already attained to all naturally, right now and from the very nature God is already attained to all. “Samo'ham sarva-bhuteshu na me dveshyo'sti na priyah"(Gita 9/29) ie “I am equally present in all beings, there is none hateful or dear to me”. "सब मम प्रिय सब मम उपजाए" (maanas, uttarkand) ie: "All are dear to me, all have been created by me."