Labour Law & Hr Consultant
Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
PRABHAT RANJAN MOHANTY
Hr & Ir
27th April 2018 From India, Mumbai
Most people advise a heavy breakfast, moderate lunch and a small dinner.
One funny way of describing a diet habit is, "Eat breakfast like a King, share lunch with a friend and give dinner to your enemy!"
His style is just opposite !
28th April 2018 From India
Very sane and good advice.But we look for lifts even if going to 1st floor and in office look for a peon to carry our luggage.
This needs change in our context
2)Share what you know
Unfortunately many people keep info/knowledge to themselves to underscore their importance in organisation.
3) Plan ahead
Vital for success.
Realistic planning with full listing of pros and cons is vital.
4) It is wonderful to live long
But plan finances,take good adequate health insurance
Many people do not plan finaces properly and have problems when they have financial problems and depend on children.
Never forget health insurance cover.
5)Do not be crazy for money
If all of us adopt this principle India will change
Half our problems arise because we want more money.
If I buy a Maruti, I start longing for a higher category care and our demands becomes unending.
Be satisfied and live contentedly.
Exercise on daily basis and be happy.
Be genuinely broadminded and forgiving in nature.
I’m a big believer that your life is basically a sum of all the choices you make. The better your choices, the better opportunity to lead a happy life.
30th April 2018 From India, Pune
If one swings between opposites, then sometimes one feels good and sometimes bad. If you swing between peace and conflict, joy and sorrow, then sometimes you feel elated and sometimes depressed. If you go hungry sometimes, then you appreciate food. How good does it feel to receive food when you haven’t had anything to eat for awhile!
God has created all these qualities of opposites, joy and sorrow, pleasure and pain, for our enjoyment, for our appreciation of both. If you only experienced joy and happiness, you would not know what sorrow is.
If your stomach was always full, you would refuse the best of sweets. How pathetic! You are not able to enjoy the delight of a sweet because your stomach is always full. My stomach is sometimes full and sometimes empty. Therefore, when I am offered a sweet, I can say, “Yes, I will certainly have it. I will enjoy it very much.” How will one enjoy the quality of joy if one has not experienced sorrow? If one has never gone hungry, how will one enjoy a meal? How will one who has not faced hard times enjoy wealth? Understand this well. If you tell someone who sleeps all the time to go for a run, he will say afterwards, “Swamiji, today I am feeling very good.” Therefore, it has been said:
Duhkha darda museebata kee duniyaan mein
Aramaana tarapate rahate hain
Kuchha tu saha le kuchha main saha loon,
Yaha jaga chaara gharee kaa melaa hai
In the world of sorrow, pain and trouble, desires go on erupting. Bear with everything, this world is a festival that lasts for a very short time.
It is God’s excellent planning to have made both joy and sorrow. If he had created only joy, the world would have gone mad. And if he had created only sorrow, the world would be full of suicides. It is for this reason that God has made opposites.
You must always accept God’s planning. Say, “Thy will be done. All is your will. If you want to keep us sick, keep us sick. If you want to give us sorrow, then give us sorrow. We will not ask you for happiness.” Remember this point. We cannot bear our sorrow and constantly ask God for joy, whereas God wants that we should undergo a treatment. Pain is a teacher. It is like a guru. Swami Sivananda used to say, “Pain is the crucible in which Nature puts man whenever she wishes to mould him into a sublime superman.” To become a superman you have to experience sorrow and not ask God for freedom from sorrow. However, you are unable to do this. You cannot manage yourself in the face of a little pain. A small problem and you visit Baba Baidyanath in the hope that your child’s fever will be cured. Let the fever come, how does it matter? Grace and blessings come into a person’s life in the form of joy and sorrow. When a person is going through pain and suffering, he should not ask God for freedom from pain. Nor should he say, “God, what are you punishing me for?” Pain is not a punishment.
You have accepted something as painful or a difficulty; therefore, it becomes a difficulty for you. There is nothing called a difficulty. That is how you have decided to look upon it. Difficulty is a negative term; it is not an absolute. Birth is not the cause of joy nor is death the cause of sorrow. However, we have accepted that death is cause for sorrow and birth is cause for joy. The thinkers say that to be free of difficulties, you must keep your mind under control. We stagger in the face of difficulties. Instead, one should think from a new perspective, only then will a difficulty – if it really is a difficulty – find a resolution. – (Swami Satyananda)
14th May 2019 From India, New Delhi