Monthly Archives: April 2016

Give Your Opinions, Don’t Enforce them

By |April 29th, 2016|

Coexistence demands tolerance, being individuals its our right to say what we feel but at the same time we share our lives with so many other people and to create unity and harmony it’s important to value each other’s point of view. People always judge you by your lifestyle, beliefs, opinions and your way of communication and the latter tops the list. When people like the way you converse with them, they wish to communicate with you more. And we all know what kind of communication people like. People love to participate in honest, open and polite conversations. Your way of […]

Words That Prompted Hope.

By |April 27th, 2016|

No matter how masterly we are in our work, we always love it when some one encourages us as we all love being applauded. I love a quote by Blaise Pascal;
Kind words do not cost much. Yet they accomplish much.
How true is that. Kind thoughts do not remain as long in our minds as kind words do because kind words leave a lasting impression on our minds. No matter kind words said by anyone to you are either short or long but they echo with the walls of our minds  forever. Kind words have the potential to produce enthusiasm and motivate an […]

Should We Complain To Get What We Want?

By |April 24th, 2016|

There would be hardly any one in the world who likes complainers but along with it is also true that we all do complains for one reason or other  as Dejan Stojanovic said;
“Some people complain there are too many people on earth,
Some people complain about secret societies,
Some people accuse others of not being able to wake up early.
Almost all people complain about something.”
Bu the question is  do we really need to complain for every little thing? Some think that people who make their desires or needs known to others by making noise (by complaining)  are the ones who get what they […]

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Education; The result of Influences other than School

By |April 22nd, 2016|

Many people assume the word education as the knowledge gained in schools. This is common mistake as we all relate the word education to only schools, colleges or universities. Living a restless life, many beings especially parents or guardian thinks they are meeting their duties of giving their children a good future by sending their children to best schools. And why  should not they be satisfied? Sending their children to best schools, providing them with all facilities, fulfilling their demands is all what makes them best and earn them prestige. We are living in the 21st century, certainly school is […]

Is Success Result of Perfection?

By |April 9th, 2016|

Its a common adage ‘No body is perfect’. A lot of people believe in this saying but there are some who claims to be perfect or credits their  perfectness for all that they have achieved.  What does the word ‘Perfection’ really imply? Flawlessness, faultlessness,sublimity, magnificent; all interpret the word Perfection. Have we ever met a person in all our life  who is exemplary by all means? Frankly, No. I would rather say that Perfection is the result of success not success is the result of perfection. This is certain that perfection is an impossible goal, many people easily accept their […]

Cooperation is Better than Competition

By |April 7th, 2016|

Competition or Cooperation are certainly two opposite words. Beyond the shadow of a doubt, both play a significant role in our stages of life. Bertrand Russell in his book  ‘The Conquest of Happiness’ compiles a chapter ‘Competition’ which he included in a part named ‘Causes of Unhappiness’. Many a person may not consent with him or me supporting his point that competition is actually is not a cause of satisfaction. Having in a competition with someone only gives you depression and lavishing all your time thinking about outshining the people around. Though competition urges you to become not only better but best […]

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Compromise Isn’t Always a Good Choice

By |April 6th, 2016|

The word ‘compromise’  is commonly comprehended by many as to come to terms, to settle a dispute by mutual understanding, to meet each other halfway. It is actually the correct definition but it is definitely not a requisite thing in life as most of us presume. As Edmund Burke once stated,”All government–indeed, every human benefit and enjoyment, every virtue and every prudent act–is founded on compromise.” The word compromise indubitably holds a positive touch. When we hear about someone’s act of compromise it clearly melts our hearts.
However, it would not be imprecise to say that compromising on your goals is not always a reliable option. […]