Dharma is neither imported nor diminished by challenges. Man should be true to his self if he should adhere to Dharma. If anyone deviates from Dharma, he is doing Adharma (unrighteousness), says Sri Sathya Sai Baba.
To always be dharmic, one should listen to the voice of God within. It encourages one to discriminate between right and wrong, says Swami.
Even when a person should earn a living, fulfil his duties, one should be aware of and follow the right ways while undertaking worldly duties.
The stories listed here viz , Haste means waste shows the need to practise dharma. As Bhagawan says, one should be alert always, i.e., have presence of mind, so that he or she is always righteous and has peace. The second story gives a simple, but beautiful example for presence of mind.
The next story, “No Work is High or Low” explains a compassionate act of George Washington to teach love to an arrogant Captain.
An incident from the Life of Shri Ramakrishna, “Practise Before You Preach” teaches the values integrity (Peace) and leadership (Right Conduct).
Similarly, two different incidents from the Life of Vivekananda have been narrated in the story titled, “The Value of Concentration” that teaches us power of concentration (Peace) and leadership ( Right Conduct)