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By Anonym 19 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

We often think that only money, power and comfort give us gratification. But this is partial truth. We also feel happy when we play, work out, solve a complex problem or make a child smile by our love and affection. We enjoy success and hate failure, but there is hardly any success that is not preceded by failure. It is our failures that make our successes sweeter.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

Love can be simply stated to be the desire of the human being to integrate oneself with other selves in such a way that one starts feeling the pain and pleasure of another person as if of one’s own. Hatred can be defined as just the opposite – to derive pleasure in the pain of others, while feeling unhappy seeing others happy

By Anonym 16 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

If we can suffer boredom with peace and conquer it with patience, we can discover our creative selves.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

It is never easy for any leader to choose between differentiation and equality. You are condemned either way. When you treat everyone equally, you are considered just by majority as equality benefits below average people and they seem to always be in majority. At the same time, you are also condemned because you can’t produce results with people having a crab mentality. However, if you choose to reward the excellence and punish the non-performer, you achieve the desired results but get condemned for being unfair, unjust, cruel and Darwinian.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

The characters of mythologies are like superman or spider-man who have infinite power and infinite goodness. When people try to imitate God, they fail miserably. You have to be stupid to jump from a hundred storey building like Superman in the hope that you will be able to fly like him.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

Our beliefs are like the boundaries of our mind, which protect us from external manipulations like tall boundary walls protect us from external aggression. Little do we realise that all forms of beliefs gradually become a prison to our mind.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

Our animal instincts can be compared with weeds that grow naturally but often harm the useful crops. Our human qualities are like the beautiful lawn or the fields of paddy. They don’t grow naturally but need human effort for growth. They bring pleasure to the world.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

Since everyone can’t be a genius, most people follow the path of ‘skillful corruption’ to achieve success in life. Just as you can’t move in a straight line when the road itself is curvaceous, it is impossible to succeed in a society full of corrupt people by honest means.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

While you can take care of your present physical pain by taking medicines, there is no quick-fix solution to take away the pain of the past and future from your mind.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

A wise person hates none and loves everyone. When you give love to someone without any expectations, your happiness account is credited. Each time you hate those who love you, or cheat your friends or become unfaithful to your beloved, a certain amount of happiness gets debited from your account.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

While setting your goal keeps you focused, search for meaning keeps the world in focus. You can’t avoid your responsibilities for personal convenience and set to lead a life that is full of indifference to the world.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

You don’t have to get your object of desire to be happy. You can be just as happy even if you don’t get what you want. You can manufacture your own happiness by accepting what you have and believing that what you have is the best.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

When you accept the world as it is, you also accept yourself as you are. One who wants a perfect world has to start with accepting himself as a perfect self. It is not easy. Even making yourself perfect is great torture. Changing the world, of course, is an impossible task. Even Gods, Prophets and Avatars could not change the world.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

When you harm others, you expose yourself to similar harm, when others try to get even. Similarly, when you help others, you get help back in most natural ways without even asking. The world is like a mirror that reflects our own image to us in the truest way.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

If you are filled with hatred, you can hardly enjoy genuine happiness. Hatred makes your personality extremely fragile and you lose your temper on the slightest pretext, which further creates enmity.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

It takes a long time for the spiritual and cultural knowledge to sink in our subconscious mind and become a belief. Our beliefs also change with time, but the change is quite slow like the changes in the body of a person. Even the most progressive person doesn’t want to change his beliefs though he may always be ready to acquire new knowledge.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

There is another type of fiction which we create all the time to glorify ourselves and denounce others. We backbite more and praise less. We project ourselves as smarter than what we actually are and discredit the smartness of others. We cover our follies and believe that we are great, good and virtuous and brand others as evil and vicious.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

The belief in God creates hope for the hopeless and gives strength to the weak. Those who ridicule miracles when they are strong, often expect the same when they feel hopeless.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

When we compare ourselves with others, the pain of being inferior is usually more dominant than the pleasure of being a cut above.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

It is only through self-knowledge that we can understand reality 'as it is'—a living force which is dynamic and changing with time. Bookish knowledge is like a photograph. It helps to identify the person amid many other human beings but does not have the quality of the ‘real’ person—because a living person has feelings and flexibility.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

We and our world are not different just as a drop of a sea and the sea are not different. We are the world and the world is us. Just like every single cell in the body of a person has the same DNA, we too are a microcosm of everything that is out there in the world. We have evolved with the world and we are one with it.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

Non-violence is a great principle in theory, but its practice often leads to greater violence in future. The principle of offering ‘your other check’ does not work in reality most of the times. Violence can be controlled only with greater violence. It is rightly said in the Bible, ‘He who spares the rod, hates his son, but he who loves him is careful to discipline him’.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

A leader must take responsibility for all his actions and not blame anyone for his problems. The follower, on the other hand, is always in search of a scapegoat or a miracle worker who can solve his problems. That is why leaders and followers complement each other. A leader is one who is willing to take on responsibility of not only his own failures but also that of his followers.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

When we achieve success at any given point of time, we have a tendency to further the goalpost and therefore we keep chasing the illusion of happiness throughout our lives.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

When truths are frozen, Beliefs are born. Beliefs are not the same as truths just like a picture of a man is not the same as the man himself. Hence,belief does not represent reality which is complex and even changing like a living being.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

We need to feel all the emotions as they appear without preferring one over the other. When we give preference to one and block out the way for the rest, we create imbalances in our emotions which eventually destroy our joy. When you forcefully stop yourself from hating, hate mounts with time and one day, when it bursts, it takes you by surprise and you end up committing great crimes.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

Everyone in this world is connected in a spiritual space. We can’t hurt others without hurting ourselves. The more you hurt others, the more wounds are created in you because the whole world is like one organism of which you too are an integral part.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

Every bad experience is a source of unhappiness. Yet the intensity of suffering can be controlled. Just like a person who has a million-dollar bank balance is likely to get less disturbed due to loss of a few dollars, you too can easily overcome some bad incidents in your life, without losing much joy, provided you already have a great amount of happiness in your life.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

When your mind is dwelling on a past event, it is not for giving you pain in the present, but it is actually reminding you of an unsolved matter or an uncared wound that needs to be attended to, to get relief from the pain. Instead of ignoring that pain, it would be better if you accept it and find a way to reduce it by taking a suitable action.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

The only way to overcome the fallacious beliefs of our mind is to analyse the truth ourselves. Treat the world—including yourself—as a book and learn all lessons from it. If you spend a little time everyday analysing the reasons why something has gone right or wrong, not with a view to justify it but only for knowing the truth and the hidden laws of the world, you would start dropping your false hood one by one and become wiser.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

A happy person does not discard anything and takes a balanced approach to life by accepting the opposites.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

Nature ensures joy and pain to everyone. When you are only expecting joy in your life, you can’t handle pain and any painful episode will seem to be even more painful to you. However, when you are mentally prepared for pain, it can’t make you suffer easily. If most people suffer, it is because they are always expecting pleasure and happiness in their life. Hence, when suffering knocks at their door, they are unprepared for it and suffer immense pain.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

Morality means sacrificing your personal interest for the interest of the group and being immoral means keeping the interest of the self above the interest of the group. In the real world, you have to be a little selfish (immoral) to take care of yourself and accumulate the riches, and only then can you afford to become selfless (moral) by distributing what you have accumulated.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

We don’t know if the mythologies are fact or fiction or mix of the two. But as far as people have faith in them, they shape their values. When people lose faith in scriptures and mythologies, they easily fall prey to the fictions of the modern times, which propagate infidelity, pleasure seeking and materialism.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

The profit-oriented print and electronic media have made news itself a commodity which is sold on the basis of demand and supply. They sell what people want. The government can ban drugs and intoxicants which are harmful to society, but there is no such mechanism to ban media from selling harmful news. People have become so addicted to negative news nowadays that they don’t want to see good news at all.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

We can consider successes and failures in our life as credit and debit entries of our happiness account. Every time we succeed in achieving our goal, we get credit in the form of happiness and every time we fail, we debit our happiness account. If we have enough credits of happiness, we can easily withstand some failures just like the person who has a million dollar bank balance, does not get disconcerted if he loses out on a few thousand dollars. However, the same loss can bring much grief to a person who has a very small balance in his account.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

Myths are Real, Reality is a Myth is an attempt to understand the impact of our beliefs—which are largely based on mythologies, scriptures, rituals and fictions—on our lives.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

It is a fact that most people follow rules and laws out of fear. When people fear the authority, there is discipline and everyone reaps the fruit of good law and order. When there is discipline, there is growth because there is security and predictability. When there is no fear, there is chaos and conflict.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

Our ‘learned instinct’ is also called ‘consciousness’, ‘voice of conscience’, ‘inner voice’ or the ‘voice of the soul’ or simply ‘common sense’. Our conscience is thus not a mystical entity, but something which is developed due to the environment of our upbringing.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

The most intriguing thing about choosing an important but less interesting job is that it challenges you. The duller the job, the more challenging it is since not many people are willing to take up such tasks. However, once you get into this challenging job, the same job gradually becomes very interesting and satisfying.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

Our mind is working all the time with two goals in sight: first is to minimise the pain and the second is to maximise the happiness. In its attempt to achieve its twin objectives, it is always moving back and forth in the three dimensions of time so that it can heal the pain and bring happiness to the present.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

Our intellect is like a judge who decides the ‘right’ course of action. There is no dearth of information or knowledge in the world, and the mind is where all this is stored. A simple computer can beat the mind by storing many times more information than the mind can ever imagine grasping in its lifetime. But both the mind, as well as the computer, are of no use without the intellect, which alone can help them use their stored information. This makes the intellect superior to both.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

Most motivational speakers typically use anecdotes rather than statistics to prove their point. They don’t speak about the thousands of failures of millions of hapless men and women but always tell the story of one successful person to prove their point. They make great promises akin to a good salesman out to sell his wares. Many people follow their advice and unfortunately discover that they still are not able to achieve the promised success.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

When we close our options at some point of time, we learn to be happy with what we have. However, when we keep our options open, we are rarely happy with what we have as we find the grass greener on the other side of the fence.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

It is in our nature that if someone points out our fault, we immediately resist and justify ourselves and try to prove the other person wrong by advancing logic and reasons that support our beliefs. If we don't have reasons to support our faith, we avoid any discussion and even ignore the person, but we try to always hold on to our beliefs. The only way we can change our belief is when we ourselves realise our mistakes.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

Happiness is a state of mind, so our miseries and joy come from living in any of the three dimensions of time—past, present and future. Hence, if we wish to live happily, we must learn to remove sufferings not only from the present, but also from the past and future.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

For believers, there is nothing that God can’t do. If He can’t do something, He can’t be God since God in their view is omnipotent—all powerful. There can be no limitation to the power of God in the eyes of the believer. There can be no natural or man-made law that can ever bind God. It is belief in the miracles that binds a devotee to Him. You remove all miracles from a scripture and it loses all its charm for the believers.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

It is only by practice that you can understand the events of life and find the right rhythm. Once you get into the rhythm of life, you can flow with life and enjoy happiness effortlessly.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

The pleasure derived from listening to the vices of others does not make us wiser nor does it make us any more virtuous. It only makes the vices more acceptable. People start believing that they can lower their moral standards because others are doing the same. There is great frustration in the society due to half truths and false stories spread by media.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

The knowledge of the worker is often called ‘skill’, for it requires manual dexterity and training. The knowledge of the manager is ‘academic’ as it can be taught in colleges and universities. However, the knowledge of the leader is ‘creative’ which can generally not be taught, and must come from within.