BE A RESPONSIBLE CITIZEN AND THEN YOU CAN PASS THIS INFORMATION TO YOUR FRIEND, RELATIVES, TO PEOPLE WHOM YOU MEET WILL AUTOMATICALLY FEEL YOUR AURA AND CHANGE BY THEMSELVES. THIS IS WHAT I FOUND BY MY EXPERIENCE. DURING MY STUDY ON DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING NATIONS, WHAT I FOUND IS ONE THING WHICH IS VERY COMMONContinue reading “Message for today”
Deriving satisfaction out of a little eating even inthe famished condition, being alert despite beingdeep in slumber, faithfulness and bravery –thesesix qualities ought to be learnt from a dog
We all should accept our faults. As based theoretically and upon my own experience i found this one phrase very common among the population . They say “it’s my life, i will do want i want ,”. I bet you it has done more damage than good.
The answer is absolutely yes. No wonder we find some families and societies more positive than others. WHEN WE BECOME AWARE OF OUR NEGATIVE ATTITUDE, WHY DON’T WE CHANGE? Human nature generally resists change. Change is uncomfortable. Regardless of whether it is positive or negative, change can often be stressful. Sometimes we get so comfortableContinue reading “Do attitudes go from one generation to the next?”
The Gita gives you the unique way of life that eases off your tension and you enjoy a happy life. Gita, apart from being a religious scripture, is a scripture of life as well. It is a way of life based on faith and devotion. Reading Gita is good enough but it has a lot more to it. Download link 👈 https://www.file-upload.net/download-14131538/Bhagavad-gita_As_It_Is.pdf.html The Upanishads areContinue reading “Two books every individual should read.”
How can the Indian youth take India to a next level?
I come from India, where unity lies in diversity. A country where more than 19,500 dialects are spoken. From where originated the two epics- the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, which still inspire millions across the world. I come from India, where people still discriminate on the basis of religion, caste, race and gender. Where femaleContinue reading ““Ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country,””