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How Randomness Rules Our Lives, by Leonard Mlodinow

FaceBook  On Dec 30, 2011 ummed wrote:

 Thanks Susan for such beautiful thoughts, " trusting life which is much bigger than I am, is a better way than trying to impose my ideas on any situations" also " The more I let go of my attachment to any outcome, the more I enjoy the gifts as Life and Love unfolds around me, in ways far beyond my imagination. I plan my most obvious next steps right in front of me, but then practice being open to whatever happens. Enjoy the unfolding"

 

 

How Randomness Rules Our Lives, by Leonard Mlodinow

FaceBook  On Dec 29, 2011 Ummed wrote:

 submission to bigger intelligence. Many chance occurences, have majorly changed direction of my life. Yes, receptiveness to accept and try new direction coming has also been my nature. Thanks any ways for sharing this wonderful piece and making me reflect.

Love

 

A Spiritual Conspiracy, by Author Unknown

FaceBook  On Nov 29, 2011 Ummed wrote:

Whitewillow: Typically good is received for good but life kicking also continues despite ones goodness. You should feel good that at least some part in your life is good, the good you doing while you still being kicked hard. In case your response also would have been negative then everything would have been negative. So 50% positive is better than 100% negative.

 

A Spiritual Conspiracy, by Author Unknown

FaceBook  On Nov 29, 2011 ummed wrote:

Dear Whitewillow,

typically good is received for good but life kicking also continues despite ones goodness. You should feel good that at least some part in your life is good, the good you doing while you still being kicked hard. In case your response also would have been negative then everything would have been negative. So 50% positive is better than 100% negative.

 

 

A Spiritual Conspiracy, by Author Unknown

FaceBook  On Nov 26, 2011 Ummed wrote:

Very beautifully worded with all humbleness and highness both simaltaneously. It strengthens spirit of all silent workers, who work for love of it, as fulfilment of self. Love you writer.

 

Balancing Vision and Routine, by Bhikkhu Bodhi

FaceBook  On Aug 13, 2011 Ummed Nahata wrote:

Wow Bhikhu. Very well written about seemingly opposites. I have to add one more thing that, people more inclined with vision ( creative thinking) and who find it difficult to alternate with routine, should partner with people who are strong on routine. I did it in my life and whenever I could my projects succeeded. I love to keep playing with new ideas, quite valid, but left to myself those ideas would not have taken shape and flourished. So, as soon as I get idea, I liik for right implementor or in commercial terms CEO and COO and idea start taking shape and start flourishing.

 

Full Effort is Full Victory, by Eknath Easwaran

FaceBook  On May 9, 2011 ummed wrote:

It is also my personal experience. I have been extremely fond of lines "karmanya vadi ka raste, ma falesu kada chane" means efforts is all, fruits besides the point. In other words "journey itself is joy"

Thanks Nipun for beautiful inspiring sharing