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Conversation Between Krishna & Arjun.
Any body who is too much stressed or confused should read this again again.
You will get all answers.
A rare conversation between Krishna & Today’s Arjun.
1. Arjun :- I can’t find free time. Life has become hectic.
Krishna:- Activity gets you busy. But productivity gets you free.
2. Arjun :- Why has life become complicated now?
Krishna :- Stop analyzing life. It makes it complicated. Just live it.
3. Arjun :- Why are we then constantly unhappy?
Krishna :- Worrying has become your habit. That’s why you are not happy.
4. Arjun :- Why do good people always suffer?
Krishna :- Diamond cannot be polished without friction. Gold cannot be purified without fire. Good people go through trials, but don’t suffer.
With that experience their life becomes better, not bitter.
5. Arjun :- You mean to say such experience is useful?
Krishna :- Yes. In every term, Experience is a hard teacher. It gives the test first and the lessons later.
6. Arjun :- Because of so many problems, we don’t know where we are heading.
Krishna:- If you look outside you will not know where you are heading. Look inside. Eyes provide sight. Heart provides the way.
7. Arjun :- Does failure hurt more than moving in the right direction?
Krishna:- Success is a measure as decided by others. Satisfaction is a measure as decided by you.
8. Arjun :- In tough times, how do you stay motivated?
Krishna :- Always look at how far you have come rather than how far you have to go. Always count your blessing, not what you are missing.
9. Arjun :- What surprises you about people?
Krishna :- When they suffer they ask, “why me?” When they prosper, they never ask “Why me?”
10. Arjun :- How can I get the best out of life?
Krishna:- Face your past without regret. Handle your present with confidence. Prepare for the future without fear.
11. Arjun :- One last question. Sometimes I feel my prayers are not answered.
Krishna:- There are no unanswered prayers. Keep the faith and drop the fear.
Life is a mystery to solve,
not a problem to resolve.
Life is wonderful,
If you know how to live.
Stay Blessed and Stay Happy.. Always!!
This video has gone viral which shows a child trying to narrate the numbers and being beaten if making a mistake.
It has started a nationwide debate on whether the mother of this child is right or not in using strict attitude while teaching her child.
It is our appeal to parents to be patient with their children while maintaining that each child learns at his/her own pace.
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14 Tips for improving the quality of life, our personal status and contributing to a positive life.
Did you know happiness is something internal and an art that can be learnt. It doesnot depend on external factors and circumstances.
Did you know that at Harvard, one of the most prestigious universities in the world, the most popular and successful course teaches you how to learn to be happier?
The Positive Psychology class taught by Ben Shahar attracts 1400 students per semester and 20% of Harvard graduates take this elective course. According to Ben Shahar, the class – which focuses on happiness, self-esteem and motivation – gives students the tools to succeed and face life with more joy._This 35-year-old teacher, considered by some to be “the happiness guru”, highlights in his class 14 key tips for improving the quality of our personal status and contributing to a positive life:
🚩Tip 1) *Thank God for everything you have*
Write down 10 things you have in your life that give you happiness. Focus on the good things!
🚩Tip 2) *Practice physical activity*
Experts say exercising helps improve mood. 30 minutes of exercise is the best antidote against sadness and stress.
🚩Tip 3) * Eat Healthy Breakfast*
Some people miss breakfast for lack of time or not to get fat. Studies show that breakfast gives you energy, helps you think and perform your activities successfully.
🚩Tip 4) *Be Assertive*
Ask what you want and say what you think. Being assertive helps improve your self-esteem. Being left and remaining silent creates sadness and hopelessness
🚩Tip 5) *Spend your money on experiences*
A study found that 75% of people felt happier when they invested their money in travel, courses and classes; While only the rest said they felt happier when buying things.
🚩Tip 6) *Face your challenges*
Studies show that the more you postpone something, the more anxiety and tension you generate. Write short weekly lists of tasks and complete them.
🚩Tip 7) *Put everywhere nice memories, phrases and photos of your loved ones*
Fill your fridge, your computer, your desk, your room, YOUR LIFE of beautiful memories.
🚩Tip 8) *Always greet and be nice to other people*
More than 100 inquiries state that just smiling changes the mood.
🚩Tip 9) *Wear comfortable shoes*
If your feet hurt you, you become moody, says Dr. Keinth Wapner, President of the American Orthopedics Association.
🚩Tip 10) *Take care of your posture*
Walk straight with your shoulders slightly backwards and the front view helps to maintain a good mood.
🚩Tip 11) *Listen to music* (Praise God)
It is proven that listening to music awakens you to sing, this will make your life happy.
🚩Tip 12) *What you eat has an impact on your mood*
Do not skip meals, eat lightly every 3 to 4 hours and keep glucose levels stable.
– Avoid excess white flour and sugar.
– Eat everything! Healthy.
– Vary your food.
🚩Tip 13) *Take care of yourself and feel attractive*
70% of people say they feel happier when they think they look good.
🚩Tip 14) *Fervently believe in God*
With him nothing is impossible! Happiness is like a remote control, we lose it every time, we go crazy looking for it and many times without knowing it, we are sitting on top of it.
These are mantra’s for happy life. If followed regularly, we will be the happiest person on this planet.
Story of Monk’s Self Realization
I recently read this parable of the empty boat and monk.
A monk decides to meditate alone, away from his monastery.
He takes his boat out to the middle of the lake, moors it there, closes his eyes and begins his meditation.
After a few hours of undisturbed silence, he suddenly feels the bump of another boat colliding with his own. With his eyes still closed, he senses his anger rising, and by the time he opens his eyes, he is ready to scream at the boatman who dared disturb his meditation.
But when he opens his eyes, he sees it’s an empty boat that had probably got untethered and floated to the middle of the lake.
At that moment, the monk achieves self-realization, and understands that the anger is within him; it merely needs the bump of an external object to provoke it out of him. From then on, whenever he comes across someone who irritates him or provokes him to anger, he reminds himself,
“The other person is merely an empty boat. The anger is within me.”