Your birthright

2019-12-12T14:56:16+05:30 12th December, 2019|Do it for Yourself, Teachings from the Books|

Since it’s my birthday month, I might as well send out a reminder to every one of their birthright! That is by none other than my gal Elizabeth Gilbert! “You want to write a book? Make a song? Direct a movie? Decorate pottery? Learn a dance? Explore a new land? You want to draw a penis on your wall [...]

Experience has nothing to do with ability

2019-11-25T17:35:31+05:30 27th November, 2019|Teachings from the Books|

There are three million Australians who can do something most of us cannot do. They can drive down the left-hand side of the highway. On the other hand, if you can drive the chances are good that you can do something three million Australians cannot safely do. You can drive down the right-hand side [...]

Activity – Or Accomplishment?

2019-03-22T13:16:50+05:30 25th April, 2019|Teachings from the Books|

A man or a woman without a goal is like a ship without a ship rudder. Each will drift and not drive. Each will end up on the beaches of despair, defeat, and despondency. John Henry Fabre, the French naturalist, conducted a most usual experiment with some Processionary Caterpillars. These caterpilla [...]

Unlocking doors to reach your goals

2019-02-26T19:28:43+05:30 28th March, 2019|Teachings from the Books|

Houdini was a master magician as well as a fabulous locksmith. He boasted that he could escape from any jail cell in the world in less than an hour, provided he could go into the cell dressed in this street clothes. A small town in the British Isles built a new jail they were extremely proud of. Th [...]

Talk about double standards

2019-01-19T20:05:40+05:30 24th January, 2019|Teachings from the Books|

A baker suspected that the farmer who was supplying his butter was having him short weight. He carefully checked the weight and his suspicions were confirmed. Highly indignant, he had the farmer arrested. At the trail, the judge was satisfied and the baker chagrined at the farmer’s explanation. He [...]

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