Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
Jude Mayne
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Dear Citehrians,
Received this short story from a friend through his mail (on the face it read silly) but on reading it the second and more times felt that I could convert it into a training module for self improvement.
Nature and its inhabitants teaches us everyday but we ignore-pay attention and we can learn from insects to.
Colonel Jude Mayne
3rd September 2012 From India, Bangalore

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Hello Jude Mayne,
Very well presented.
The first of the Seven Habits of Stephen Covey has been revisited.
Being Proactive.
Proactive persons as opposed to reactive persons approach calmly.
According to Covey, the Proactive persons have the freedom to choose from
Self Awareness,
Conscience and
Independent Will

Thanks for posting the ppt.
V.Raghunathan..................................... .Navi Mumbai
4th September 2012 From India
Ironically a similar situation arose, this morning, when a motorcyclist was weaving in and out of traffic and a lady chided him, though he did not touch her car, and they got into an altercation leaving us all stranded for a good 10 minutes. Reaction to an incident where the Response should have been-"ignoring a fool"
4th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
Greetings Jude ! Beautiful presentation which we all can learn from to bring JOY in our lives. God Bless U ! Vani
4th September 2012 From India, Delhi
Hi Mr. Jude,
Today morning I was thinking the same way as shown your PPT.
That Nature teaches us many things.What I Learn from the Nature is -
''If we finger nature in any way, the nature will someday fingre us in such a way that we cant Imagine.
Have You Seen Plants growing of their own and ask nothing but additionally they give us fruits /flowers/and many useful things and even if they don't give anything to human kind they are there balancing our eco system.I feel thats great thing to think of and co-relate with human values.
Hope all readers will like to share.
4th September 2012 From India, Vadodara
Well said Mr Bijay Majumdar,
Nature gives us many good things not expecting anything in return.
For the benefit of all our readers I posting a old Sanskrit Proverb.
V.Raghunathan.................................... Navi Mumbai
4th September 2012 From India

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Greeting Colnel,
The fresh perspective on the ordinary that you posted is thought provoking ! Maintaining balance and equanimity is the key to peace according to the 'Gita', too ! An excellent presentation which needs to be shared with a wider community !!
5th September 2012 From India, Pune
Dear Jude!! thanks for sharing the valuable PPT its upto to us wheather to respond or to react in each and every situation now i will surely try to work on it thanx:) Kritika
5th September 2012 From India, Nagpur
Dear V Raghunathan Sir, your PPF was useful bt i guess no one cares for them now even if they get it free they take it for granted and instead of using it properly they mis use it.....:(
5th September 2012 From India, Nagpur
India will never develop if this is the attitude everyone conceive. If the same had been thought by our freedom fighter we would not have got the Independence as well. Fools are growing day by day because of this ignorance. Moral policing is the only way out. Sorry for the wrong quote for the wrong topic, but wanted to oppose the wrong thinking.
5th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
Hello Kritika Singh,
You have made a very valid point.
Abuse due to human activity has reached alarming proportions.
Global Warming, Pollution, Environmental Degradation,
many species and wild life disappearing etc have all become
big concern areas and that has been never before so in the past.
It is time that we respect NATURE more for the prosperity of posterity.
V.Raghunathan............................. Navi Mumbai
6th September 2012 From India
Hello Kritika Singh,
I came across a beautiful quote by a German Philosopher.
Considering the time he made this statement it is amazing.
“The world is beautiful, but has a disease called man.”
Friedrich Nietzsche
He made this quote in the 19 Century, a period when industrialization
was relatively in a nascent stage.
Since then we have gone from bad to worse.
Time to make amends and restore NATURE to its glorious past.
V.Raghunathan..................................... ..........................Navi Mumbai
6th September 2012 From India
Dear Sir — -thanks for sharing this nice ppt with us,in fact this is one of the finest ppt i have come across on citehr. Regards, AMAR BIR SINGH
13th March 2013 From India, New delhi
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