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The Importance of Role Models.

LORD Krishna says to Arjuna Fight Arjuna fight. Lord Krishna says
"Arjuna you need to fight for not yourself but for other Shresthas like you. Future generations should not think that Arjuna being a Kshatriya did not fight. Why should I fight?

There by Arjuna you being wrong examples. Take the case of me, Arjuna.

As Lord Krishna I have no desire for anything. I don't have anything to give because I do not have anything and I do not have anything to receive because Everything belongs to me.

But still right now in this Kurukshetra I am working as a charioteer for you. Reason Future generations will think even as the lord of universe Lord Krishna himself never worked and why should I work.

It is a example i am setting to people that even as the Lord of the Universe I keep working.

Fight Arjuna Fight. Live a Life of example.

Live a life from inaction to a Life of In action. Be a role model for future generations. Wrong should not vanquish right. For the purpose of rightfulness to flourish Fight Arjuna Fight.

We should live a role model for future generations otherwise there is NO justification why we have come early into this world before the small ones.

-- Excerts from TT Rengarajan speech in Master Mind online June 26h 2011.

From United States, Houston
Dear Kumar nice posting. I appreciate the last line where you have clearly stated where it is from; I hope some of the other bloggers who keep posting messages that are cut/copy and paste take a que from you.
Have a nice day.
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The University of Bolton, UK.
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From United Kingdom
Dear Ramanujan, good one....our ancient literachure have wast knowlege which we can apply in day to say life and njoy it on fullest. thanks a lot sir for sharing it with our.
From India, Pune
A very nice Posting kumar.ramanujam.
I agree with Simhan about the Role Model that you have been--in giving the credit where it's due.
And like Jyoti singh mentioned, our Indian ancient literature is indeed a treasure trove of veritable knowledge--we only have to read, assimilate & practice.
There are quite a few books focusing on the 'application the BhagavatGita to Management'. I am not sure if any other country's literature has such a vast & universal 'application quotient'--so to say--that the content can be applied even thousands of years after being written/spoken.

From India, Hyderabad
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