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Monday, 23-April-2018

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The Psychology Of Anger

a week ago
The psychology of anger is that you wanted something, and somebody prevented you from getting it. Somebody came as a block, as an obstacle. Your whole energy was going to get something and somebody blocked the energy. You could not get what you wanted. Now this frustrated energy becomes anger...anger against the person who has destroyed the possibility of fulfilling your desire. You cannot prevent anger because anger is a by-product, but you can do something else so that the by-product does not happen at all. In life, remember one thing: never desire anything so intensely as if it is a question of life and d...
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A world where heritage lives on…

a week ago
It is not the honour that you take with you, but the heritage you leave behind, as very aptly put down by American baseball player Branch Rickey, best known for breaking Major League Baseball s colour-barriers by signing a black player, who surely knew of giving a new cultural heritage to the world at his time and beyond. A heritage becomes, and remains, a heritage only when it is handed-down to future generations. A heritage becomes significant due to its present, and probable, economic value, but also because it binds an emotional value around itself by making the people feel  a belongingness to it in some way o...
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GANDHIJI OPENED UP A NEW WAY OF LIFE TO THE WORLD

2 weeks ago
Gandhiji is universally acknowledged as the greatest man of his age. The extraordinary thing about him is that he held no high office nor was he a statesman ruling the destinies of countries. Nevertheless, he towered above all such personalities. His greatness came from the realm of the spirit, his influence and unparalleled leadership from his universal love and faith in mankind. He drew his strength from what he termed ‘ soul force’, an inner strength, and one cannot believe in it or non-violence without an abiding faith in the innate goodness lurking in all fellow beings. This is what made Gandhiji, a universal le...
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HEALTHCARE THAT CARES

3 weeks ago
We all know the popular saying “Health is Wealth”. By health we do not mean the absence of physical troubles only. But it is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being. The loss of health is a loss of all happiness. Mahatma Gandhi also says, “It is health which is real wealth, and not pieces of gold and silver”. Considering health an important issue the Constitution of the World Health Organization (WHO) came into force on April 7, 1948. Held on every 7th April, World Health Day is a campaign globally recognised and sponsored by the 193 World Health Organisation (WHO) country...
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15 LAWS OF LIFE

3 weeks ago
Love Is The Law Of Life: All love is expansion, all selfishness is contraction. Love is the only law of life. He who loves lives. Therefore, love for love’s sake, because it is law of life, just as you breathe to live. It’s Your Outlook That Matters: It is our own mental attitude that makes the world what it is for us. Our thoughts make things beautiful; our thoughts make things ugly. The world is in our own minds. Learn to see things in the proper light. Life is Beautiful: First, believe in this world--that there is meaning behind everything. Everything in the world is...
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STAGING POSITIVE CHANGES

4 weeks ago
Theatre. A word too common with a power too diverse. It is not only an art form but a method of communication and community building. It involves its audience both intellectually and emotionally, it sensitises audiences to issues, ideas and people portrayed, and it engenders a personal connection with the events and characters on stage. Community-based theatre goes a step further. When a play is directly relevant to audience’s lives and concerns, a process begins which can lead to deeper understanding and change. Audience begins to recognise the characters and their dilemma. And because they can watch rather than li...
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LEARNING FROM NEGATIVE EXPERIENCES

4 weeks ago
A few years ago I found myself confronted with one of the most difficult periods of my life. This involved a very painful split with my husband after a twelve year marriage. Although it was emotionally excruciating at times, it offered me a ripe opportunity to ‘test my mettle’, to let go of a very strong attachment (actually a number of them which had crept up over the years), and move on. The experience of separating from someone I really loved, offered me one more opportunity to contemplate impermanence, the reality of suffering, the inevitability of karma and finally the preciousness of an auspicious human ...
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WATER, THE DNA OF LIFE

5 weeks ago
Three most essential things for Humans to survive on this planet may be easily identified as Air, Water and Food. As our population increased, the pressure to tap more and more resources also increased which lead to the overuse and exploitation of all the Natural resources. As a result of this human greed over centuries, today, communities across the world face acute water shortages. Today, we are left with a crisis where over 663 million people are living without a safe water supply close to their homes, spending countless hours quenching or trekking to distant sources and trying to cope up with the health impacts of using cont...
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LAUGHTER, THE VERY ESSENCE OF RELIGIOUSNESS

5 weeks ago
Seriousness is never religious, cannot be religious; seriousness is of the ego, part of the very disease. Laughter is egolessness. Yes, there is a difference between when you laugh and when a religious man laughs. The difference is that you always laugh about others; the religious man laughs at himself, or at the whole ridiculousness of man’s being. Religiousness cannot be anything other than a celebration of life. And the serious person becomes handicapped, he creates barriers: he cannot dance, he cannot sing, he cannot celebrate. The very dimension of celebration disappears from his life. He becomes desert-like. And if y...
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CONSUMER RIGHTS – FOR CONTINUED SUCCESS OF DIGITAL ECONOMY

6 weeks ago
Gone are the days when machines like the telephone and PC took time to reach the masses. Nowadays, consumers are ready to grab the next big thing in the digital space. This is probably because invention has become the mother of necessity and not vice-versa. People today consume for different reasons, be it for their satisfaction, luxury, or simple needs. On one-hand, a knowledgeable consumer makes a wise decision regarding services and commodities; but on the other hand, often the right information isn’t provided to the consumers which can be misleading. Many consumers are facing the real challenges in their everyda...
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TOLERANCE: A NOBLE VIRTUE

6 weeks ago
Tolerance is a noble humanitarian virtue. Its practice means making concessions to others. Intolerance, on the other hand, means showing a self-centered unconcern for the needs of others. Tolerance is a worthy, humane virtue, which has been described in different terms in Islam. For instance, gentle behavior, showing concern for others, being soft-hearted and being compassionate. When true God-worship and religiosity is born within a person, he reaches above all those evils which emanate from selfishness. Instead of living within the confines of the self, he begins to live in the world of reality. The truly pious person b...
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PM LAUDS INDIA’S WOMEN ACHIEVERS IN FIRST MANN KI BAAT ADDRESS OF 2018

7 weeks ago
“My dear countrymen, Namaskar. This is the first episode of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ in the year 2018. My dear countrymen, Shriman Prakash Tripathi has written a rather long letter on the Narendra Modi App, urging me to touch upon the subjects he has referred to. He writes, “The 1st of February is the death anniversary of astronaut Kalpana Chawla. She left us in the Columbia space shuttle mishap, but not without becoming a source of inspiration for millions of young people the world over”. I am thankful to Bhai Prakash ji for beginning his long letter with the sad departure of Kalpana Chawla. It’s a mat...