You fight anger, and for a moment it seems as if you are going to conquer it – but than the very next day you discover that the victory was merely imaginary, anger takes hold of you again. You fight sexual desire: for a moment it seems that you are victorious, but then again you are defeated.
It all depends on where our mind is! If it is in a complaining mode then more and more unpleasant situations will crop up out of thin air! As such their roots are in the mind and manifestations are in the external world. We create our miseries inside and see them outside. Unhappiness breeds in the shallow pool of unconsciousness.
You are just like a child who is sent back to the same class again and again until he passes his grades. We tell him he will not be allowed into the next class until he completes this one.
The problem of the modern mind is not to become involved in anything. We are spectator-oriented, and we have become like voyeurs. Everything is just there outside — nothing touches you. This is very dangerous. Happyho also provide best Meditation classes and yoga classes in Noida and Delhi NCR India area. That means that life will pass […]
At the deeper level it seems that world is frightened with the word “Less” so it is busy accumulating “More”. the greed takes over the essential and we think we become king with more but actually we are reduce to be a beggar.
Advertising adds value to a product by changing our perception, rather than the product itself. Rory Sutherland makes the daring assertion that a change in perceived value can be just as satisfying as what we consider “real” value — and his conclusion has interesting consequences for how we look at life.
Rory Sutherland stands at the center of an advertising revolution in brand identities, designing cutting-edge, interactive campaigns that blur the line between ad and entertainment.
The one thing all humans have in common is that each of us wants to be happy, says Brother David Steindl-Rast, a monk and interfaith scholar. And happiness, he suggests, is born from gratitude. An inspiring lesson in slowing down, looking where you’re going, and above all, being grateful.
Sam Berns is a Junior at Foxboro High School in Foxboro, Massachusetts, where he has achieved highest honors and is currently a percussion section leader in the high school marching band. He recently achieved the rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America. Sam was diagnosed with Progeria, a rare, rapid aging disease, at the age of 2.