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The Dalai Lama: Why I Laugh, by The Dalai Lama

FaceBook  On Feb 21, 2014 Chandrakant Mishra wrote:

 It is terribly difficult to laugh when one passes through a bad and awful phase of life. This is rarest of rare quality one can possess and I think it is possible only with extra-ordinary people like Dalai Lama. For a common man, if he does not  pass on his cries to his friends and family and is just able to cope up, bear with and contain the problems to himself, he can be considered to be a laugher.

 

The Power of Patience, by Sharon Salzberg

FaceBook  On Feb 7, 2014 Chandrakant Mishra wrote:

 To me patience is a source for perseverance, which in turn develops strength for facing the arduous fronts of life.

 

Beyond the Conflict of Inner Forces, by Cherokee Story

FaceBook  On Feb 2, 2013 BCK MISHRA wrote:
A wonderful story. To have  peace inside one should not allow struggle inside in between two wolves. But the good has to be fed more so that the evil is not able to raise his head. Good and evil can not be fed equally and can not be made equally strong lest the evil attacks and wins at slightest opportunity.
 

Social Intelligence, by Daniel Goleman

FaceBook  On Dec 28, 2012 BCKMISHRA wrote:
It is difficult but a matter of practice.One needs to be internally driven to counter the toxic comments affecting the balance of feelings negatively at the end of the day. Those who are externally driven will always be in distress and have loss of emotional economy. But I must admit, very difficult to be internally driven. 
 

Living from the Heart, by Rick Jarow

FaceBook  On Oct 2, 2012 bckmishra wrote:
It is really pleasant to go through the writing of Rick.Living from the heart very truly means "be guided by heart in every  thing you do". All your deeds should be governed by compassion, care, concern, fellow feelings and empathy which is the essence of the heart.
 

Living from the Heart, by Rick Jarow

FaceBook  On Oct 2, 2012 BCKMishra wrote:
 It is really pleasant to go through the writing of Rick.Living from the heart very truly means "be guided by heart in every  thing you do". All your deeds should be governed by compassion, care, concern, fellow feelings and empathy which,the essence of the heart.
 

Be Not a Beggar, by Swami Vivekananda

FaceBook  On Jul 21, 2012 bckmishra wrote:
 It is a universal law '' what you give , you get back.'' A proven fact that giving is like shouting in a valley, the echo of the sound you create there is back in multiples. 
 

Letter on the Kitchen Table, by John Ptacek

FaceBook  On Jul 17, 2012 BCKMishra wrote:
To shed ego is a difficult task as it is a natural and subtle ingredient of every one's personality.It requires incessant effort and undying will with conscious denials as written by John. Ego comes and hits you time and again and you will not even come to know about it.
 

Looking With Head, Heart, and Hands, by Jane Rosen

FaceBook  On Jun 23, 2012 BCKMishra wrote:
 To me seeing with your head, heart and body means make heart your leader, brain the follower and body the doer. 
 

Full Effort is Full Victory, by Eknath Easwaran

FaceBook  On May 11, 2011 BCKMishra wrote:

It  is woderful to read any article on Gandhi Ji.He was full of stength and whoever reads about him gets inspired automatically.