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Dear All, Here is a Presentation highlighting the Golden Lessons one can learn to make life successful and avoid pitfalls. With best wishes. Adesh Kumar
From India, Calcutta

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File Type: ppt Golden Lessons of Life.ppt (28.0 KB, 4976 views)

Adesh, good post but can you clarify the following two points, as they seem to have negative connotations.
-Second lesson: `Fortune can be retained by force`
-Fifth Lesson: ` Leper has poison in the blood`

From India, Madras
I fully agree with you.
In fact, I feel the poster himself has not gone through what he has posted; but posted it just for the sake of posting.
The fifth lesson is really OBNOXIOUS; and promotes hatred.
If somebody intends to, then he can haul adesh5 to court for promoting hatred for the sick.
People should refrain from posting any PPT they fancy; and remember that we live in a civil country and during civil times, and not in the Middle Ages.

From India, Delhi
even I agree with nothing can b retained by force. coz nobudy is sure that the thing will be retained!!!
From India, Nasik
Dear Raj Chopra, Rajmelkan, Raj Kumar, Sher and Your's,
Thanks for commenting. .... 'by force' here means that one has to be pro-active and can not take opportunities for granted. These lessons are from a life changing 'Magic Story' which created a sensation when it first appeared more than a century back... to understand the words, context and the perception it will be worthwhile to go through this short story... it is too good and can be used as an effective tool to motivate oneself and others.
Thanks once again.

From India, Calcutta

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File Type: pdf Change-your-Attitude-Story.pdf (95.3 KB, 1192 views)

So, As I thought, none of those who commented above has understood what is conveyed.
If fortune is elusive, how it can be retained with force? The next line the same slide sounds completely STRANGE!
Third lessan: First 2 line make sense. What is the rest?
Fourth: is a translation of Indian proverb.
Five: Only if you are well versed with Bible (Old testament -Moses), you can catch the meaning. All together, the lesson is POISONOUS.
Six: is lesson to LKG. UKG already learned it.
Note: I doubt this lessons are supplied by some Jews.
The Big Seventh Lesson I learned from this post is: Simplicity is the BEST way to convey your thought!! Am I correct Mr. Rajmelkan, Raj Kumar, and Yours'?

From Djibouti
So, you say that this was a big sensation when it appeared (where? by whom? when?) a CENTURY back!!! Does your own words make any sense to you dear??!
From Djibouti
I do not believe in such fairy tales, except perhaps, for the purpose of occasional relaxation between tangible tasks. You are welcome to read this story and become SUCCESSFUL and create sensations.
From India, Delhi
The Ishmaelite and the Leper are the same, have you ever read the psychology of these both characters, if not, then go and study it , then it will be easy for you to understand these words.why this has been commented. i know both types of people.GLASS IS HALF FILLED, OR IT IS HALF EMPTY.
WE ALWAY ADDRESS AS LADY she ship, she country,she.......especially in western country, so is lady luck to forsaken the stronger man

From India, Ludhiana
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