Forgiving each other on little issues makes the mind happy. Sow the seeds of tenderness to keep the mind kind and generous. Focus on affection, not on expectation.
When siblings’ rift increases the suffocation then there is the need of ventilation. But due to urbanization and devaluation, the society is forgetting its value system.
Traditionally, we have been taught to take everyone along as we believed that this would give us peace and happiness to move ahead in life.
In this hectic and stressful life, we are mostly unsatisfied. We are always trying to prove ourselves right. This increases stress in life.
Japan is doing a beautiful experiment. People are so much lost in science and technology that they have forgotten how to express their feelings, so they are asked to practice crying.
I would request all the readers of this column that don’t confine the communication to particular subjects.
We rely more on CCTV cameras than our neighbors. Now we have less neighbors than CCTV cameras in life.
Recently, I have met at least 10 people who were about to end their life due to economic crisis. They were so much depressed that they couldn’t see any hope in life.
The competition with others dominates our mind. This has to be stopped. This makes us dry from within and keeps us wandering. We have to use the market, but it is using us.
The illusion of completeness is one of the most dangerous traits. This keeps us busy all the time.
Our society has more viewers than helping hands now. More people prefer make videos of an injured person on road than help him.
A king was proud of his humble nature. He used to meet everyone with love and compassion. One day, he came to know about a famous sage who was passing through his state. He immediately went to meet him.
Help doesn’t always mean that you save someone’s life heroically. Nor is it helping someone with money. Helping can be just taking a little care or doing small things.
Being in worry is the beginning of loneliness, where we begin to weave stories of apprehensions and bitterness.
A friend had a toothache. He went to the doctor and took the medicine. But he kept saying, “I will be happy once this pain goes away.”