Most of us are used to taking medicines for illnesses. Likewise we find solace in silent contemplation through spirituality to overcome anguish.
We achieve less than what we visualise in our plans because we lack a certain child-like outlook.
If one makes the best use of the opportunities coming one’s way, success will come routinely. But we are either too lazy or too pessimistic and hardly grab chances.
Sometimes life kicks us in the gut and we are left reeling under the impact of such a sudden and vicious attack. We wonder what compelled it, what brought it on, how did we miss sensing it.
Life is a constant battle and can be compared to the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. These two battles represent the actual battle that we fight within us all the time.
There are four basic components of what constitutes our being: Soul, intelligence, mind and body. And their functions: Desiring, deciding and enjoying or suffering are the functions of the soul.
Remaining contented and keeping a smile is the biggest service to God. When a person surrenders with faith, the Lord takes care of him in every way, writes Ravindra Kumar.
Negotiation is a part of our daily routine. We do it knowingly or unknowingly. And most of the time, we emerge no better. We “give up” easily or become headstrong. And we end up as losers either way, writes PP Wangchuk.
Life is full of interruptions. We need to keep moving. We park ourselves somewhere and then we move again, writes Sri Sri Ravi Shankar.
Here is a basic rule for winning success. Let’s mark it in the mind and remember it. The rule is: Success depends on the support of other people. The only hurdle between you and what you want to be is the support of others. David J Schwartz writes.
Some of us think death is like a candle flame going out but it can’t be like that. When a candle flame is extinguished, its continuum ceases and it disappears.
Attitude defines life and life defines attitude. The quality of one’s life depends on the quality of one’s emotions and feelings. Kiran Sabharwal writes.
When it comes to work-life management, one can’t ignore one for the other. Because, life is where work is; and work is where life is. PP Wangchuk writes.
One of the questions I find people ask most frequently is: Where is God? They also want to know about their soul/spirit. Sant Rajinder Singh writes.
In addition to bread, what does a man need in order to live? What does a child expect from his father, and an adult from God? Pankaj Kumar writes.