Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Sarva dharma principles

All religions in the world believe that we should love everybody.

 If we believe in religion we should accept that everyone can believe in God in different ways and not judge or criticize anyone else’s beliefs. If someone criticizes you for believing in your religion you should say “I’m sorry you feel that way, but I believe that all religions are pathways to God” and walk away.

These values if incorporated in children's mind then there would definitely be peace in the future world!

Friday, August 13, 2010

Being an interesting person

My thirst for becoming an interesting person has increased tremendously in the past few years. The hints I would like to share on this topic are that we need to develop certain qualities within us which will make us and the people around us happy and attract crowd where ever we are. Being optimistic is the most important thing. Listening to others and appreciating the real good points when they speak would in turn make them listen to us. A very passionate interest in whatever we learn and sharing cutting edge information with others will make us a person whom others would like to acquaint with. To gain knowledge and interesting information we need to read a lot. Reading about people and psychology would make a big difference . Above all "Understanding is the function of heart, not of intellect" is the basic to this performing art!

Saturday, August 7, 2010

Days without internet...

Repeated cable thefts made me feel as though I was in stone age. These days we have reduced the burden of postman and the usage of papers with the help of e-mails. Days passed with curiosity about the unread emails and updates which I missed from friends world over.The internet black out period for me!
This period has helped me revive passion for books. There was more time for me to oraganize my daily routine. Day seemed longer and the world seemed smaller. "Absence makes the heart grow fonder" became true in this context.