Everyone is proud of his caste and religion. Please for once, observe yourself and the people around you carefully - the pride will disappear by itself. And only then, embracing the world you will be able to tread the path of progress.
Whoever has achieved great success in life, they have knowingly or unknowingly, firmly opted for one of the four ways of mind; joy, nature, independence or being natural and whatever the path once chosen, irrespective of the circumstances... they have incessantly followed it.
The philosophy of "Karma" and "Destiny" are two parallel lines...which have never met, nor can they ever meet.
In the universe, everything has its own individual nature. No element of existence has any confusion with regards to their nature except the intelligent human being, who is absolutely clueless about his own nature.
The childishness of a human being is; on one hand, he is competing to take credit for success, on the other hand, he is always seeking out an opportunity to blame someone else for his failure. Consequently, he is never able to analyze any event accurately.
Denying anything strongly, is nothing but inviting that thing in life, if not today... tomorrow to assume a monstrous form.
As in many people, the brain slows down with age, in some cases, even liver functioning slows down or gives up in later years and then they have to eat light and simple food. But here the question is; what about those, who are eating simple and light food at the peak of their youth? Nothing else, the weak liver leaves them prone to many illnesses.
If brain is the centre of thoughts, liver is the centre of body. As brain becomes inactive when not used, liver gets weak by long term dieting and eating simple food.
Only two kinds of deeds can be termed auspicious; one, wherein you get the pleasure but not at the cost of others. (Mind here, it does not include the imaginary or ego-driven losses) and second, the task, which if completed benefits millions of people.
In today's time, the influence of wealth has increased so much that the wealthy do not need to possess any other good quality in themselves.
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