Trust me - its really motivating.
I have never thought of a few thinsg tho - that I may have to re consider:
You win when you refuse to fight with petty people
Look Important - How u looks outside has a lot to do how u feels inside
Ask urself "Honestly now, is this really important to argue on this matter
Think i can do better, the best is not unattainable
Those were great lines...
Something that I feel that I can add to it - "When you learn from your mistakes, you gain experience, and after a while - it appears that you have not made any mistake, but have had a lot of experience"
:-) Keep posting such wonderful motivating thoughts
30th April 2009 From India, Madras
Exactly i feel the same way, and you wont believe after reading this book, whenever i am on the urge of arguing, i always perceive is it really important. Sometime we get furious on minor things which hardly makes difference in life i.e when food is not of our choice, when friend is not able to call up, when we have been asked something which we are reluctant to do, so similarly there are many things which can be avoided with only single thought.
Whenever i feel demotivated, i start praising myself by looking in to the mirror, which really helps.
and totally agree that day to days mistakes congregate in the form of new learning.
Ash, sometime in relationships also, it become imperative to avoid minor minor things and have to look the bigger one.
So, finally we can say we are on the route of self-improvement.:neutral:
hi,viewers let's add up something.
30th April 2009 From India, Delhi
It's true self improvement is the part of day to day voyage. Riya, it is trivial to have a control on ourself and to make ourself satisfied.
Riya, we believe on the philosphy that if you wanna keep expectation then keep it from you, bcz you are the one holding the key of your own lock.
And hi, your implementation of only one point will solve my purpose of quoting it.
1st May 2009 From India, Delhi