Friday, 27 December 2013
We expect for that day when there will be no problems. Every pain will end, and there will be only happiness...
Unfortunately, this day never comes. Problems get solved and newer ones keep on arising. So, the best day is today and the best moment is now. Live with complete awareness. This is the only thing in our hands.
Monday, 9 December 2013
Thursday, 5 December 2013
Saturday, 30 November 2013
Adolph Hitler or Mahatma Gandhi? though difficult to answer, but one of them was surely better. I have observed that most of the youngsters admire Adolph Hitler whereas Mahatma Gandhi is admired by most of the elderly people. First of all, i want to admit that i am hugely fascinated by both of them. Isn't it a strange fact that these two opposite personalities:
Ok, now let me come to the conclusion....
In my opinion, Gandhi was better!
Well...I am sorry for Hitler fans, but i do have a strong base for my conclusion. Indeed, both struggled a lot, but Hitler's struggle was for power whereas Gandhi's struggle was for people.
Rise Of Confidence - their journey from zero to hero:
Hitler was at a low rank in the German army. Though Germans lost in World War - I , but Hitler stood as a winner. His courageous feats in the war impressed everyone, and thus he was promoted to the post of an Intelligence Agent. Here, his work was to secretly look after the work of political parties of Germany. This is where Hitler came across Drexler - a political leader and founder of German Worker's Party. Impressed by Hitler's oratory skills, Drexler invited him to be a part of his political party. From then onward, his fame went on increasing and he earned a lot of attention in politics. He used "Divide and rule" approach to conquer the masses. This approach is so effective that it is still in use.
On the other hand, Gandhi tried to unite people. From rich to poor, from low caste to upper caste and from different religion, he impressed everyone with his knowledge. He inspired the feeling of brotherhood among masses. By profession, Gandhi was a barrister(lawyer), who wasn't successful in India. In search of work, he went to South Africa(ruled by British), and came across the problems of people over there. He realized that Britishers were too powerful to be defeated by arms and ammunition. So, he invented a new approach that was non-violent... that became popular as Satyagraha.
Using this approach, he got his first victory against British in South Africa. From there began the journey of Mahatma.
It is not hidden that Hitler was responsible for the murder of millions of Jews. He hampered the global peace and initiated another world-war, which caused a huge destruction. On the other hand, Gandhi proposed the idea of non-violence. He often went on fast and hampered his own health, in order to stop the riots.
Sympathy for Hitler...
Somewhere in the corner of my heart, I have sympathy for Hitler; because no man is devil by birth.
His nature is the the outcome of his nurture.
Hitler's father always bullied him, and thus his entire childhood was spent in the sense of fear.His dream of becoming an artist was curbed by his father.
A person who grows up in such an environment, is never able to develop a healthy mind. Regrets, anger, ego and many other negative qualities clings to his mind. And when such a person is given the power, what can you expect other than destruction!
Why Gandhi is better!
There is a famous thought: "With great power, comes great responsibility." This thought helped me to reach my conclusion. Hitler misused his power and caused World War, whereas Gandhi used his powers to maintain peace and gave birth to new theory of non-violence.Well friends, I am not the God. So, my conclusion may be wrong. But there is one important lesson that i have learnt from these two men:
"Never judge the ability of a man by his physical appearance. Hitler was shorter and Gandhi was thinner than average people, and yet they created a revolution."
Wednesday, 20 November 2013
Tuesday, 12 November 2013
Friday, 8 November 2013
Sunday, 3 November 2013
Tuesday, 29 October 2013
Saturday, 26 October 2013
Tuesday, 3 September 2013
Just because your father is not rich,
you never get any money to spend;
Just because your parents are not friendly,
your problems, they never try to understand;
Just because your nature is innocent,
others cheat you in the mask of a friend;
Just because your personality is not attractive,
you are always out of trend.
Problems, a word common to all,
some lively rise and some lazily fall;
Some use wisdom and some use wine,
some lead a life and some commit crime;
Some show a smile and some show anger,
some become example and some become danger;
Thus, a problem doesn't make you a loser,
if you have positive mindset and will-power.
Remember, your character is always in your hand,
and in tough situations, it helps you to withstand;
With strong will-power, make your character a noble one,
and even in hard times, it will shine like the invincible sun;
Learn and improve yourself everyday,
win every moment, because life is a play;
Everything, even you will perish with the time,
Monday, 6 May 2013
Sunday, 10 February 2013
Before death, Einstein said that if he is born again, he would rather be a plumber than a physicist.
Isn't it weird that these regretting words were said by a genius person who is honored as: 'The man of the century'.
It was Albert Einstein who wrote a letter before the Second World-War to President Roosevelt of America saying that he can create atomic energy and atom bombs, and it is impossible to win against Germany in the war without atom bombs. Thus, Einstein was invited to America and he used his knowledge in creating atom bombs.
It is a clear truth that a bomb can never be creative; in fact an atom bomb is the most destructive thing in the world. When the atom bomb was dropped on Japanese cities, the explosion was so terrible that people, animals, trees and whatever came into the contact was evaporated. Imagine the regret of feeling guilty of killing thousands of innocent lives.
It is a fact that with great knowledge comes great power and there is a famous saying: “With great power comes great responsibility”. We always speak about achievements of Einstein; many of us are inspired by him and dream to become great like him; but, we rarely focus on this aspect that creativity done without a good intention may result into destructivity. I am not against Einstein, in fact I adore him for his prominent thinking. His life was surely remarkable; but, there is a lesson to learn from his life that before creating anything, we must think on: Will our creation benefit the society???
After the atomic explosion, Einstein openly regretted his action and became a champion of nuclear disarmament for the rest of his life. In his last days, he had severe illness but he refused treatment and died on 18 April 1955 like a wounded lion.
Saturday, 5 January 2013
To have desires fulfilled; you need parents with good money;
If you have it then you are lucky.
To have a boyfriend/girlfriend; you need beauty or intelligence;
To have a boyfriend/girlfriend; you need beauty or intelligence;
If you have it then you are bubbly.
But to help others; you need a good intention;
If you have it then you are happy.