Posts Tagged ‘ Change ’

Individual is the key

There is no need of charismatic leaders, especially in the framework of democracy the success of which depends on how enlightened an individual and society as whole is, hence, individual is the key. The individual is the indivisible part of the society, and change in one will affect the whole society, it has to. Depending on charismatic leader, or waiting for the coming of a messiah or savior, will bound us to be ruled under an autocratic system disguised as a democracy.

Random Thought

Expand The Horizon

When things are not appearing the way you wanted them to be, then it’s always better to analyze the things around you and introspect rather than dwelling in the period of disappointments and not moving ahead. Always take everything as a lesson because everything that happens in life is a valuable experience which could help you in the future and could make you a better version of yourself. It may not be what you want but it might just be what you need, it might just be what makes you stronger and better. The only thing that makes the difference is whether you get destroyed or you learn and grow.

Take responsibility, be with open mind, be open to embrace change for betterment, believe in yourself, don’t get disappoint easily, have patience, listen to everyone but be a leader of your own, expand your horizons and blame less; you might…

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Food for Thought #8

Expand The Horizon

When we are so hooked up in our beliefs, our ways of thinking, and our habits, we can’t seem to see or do anything outside of our comfort zone. When our views and habits are so rigid, inflexible, and hard to break, it seems like changing of anything is impossible or impractical, and having a better society or anything other would seem impractical too.

But here the question is – how to see beyond this line of impracticality?

Letting ourselves to figure out delusion and reality would be good but then we are so deeply conditioned by our environment, which consists of culture, education, belief systems and societal constructs ranging from gender ideas to assumptions on human nature. Our entire economic doctrines are built under the assumption that humans are inherently selfish or greedy. So how are we to make sense of what is real, what is practical, what is…

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Beliefs and Thoughts

I think our beliefs somewhat contribute in the formation of our thoughts and actions, and hence what we believe in has greater chance to take place because we consciously or unconsciously will tend to materialize what all we belief in. If one believes in perpetual war and thinks that mankind is doomed for perpetual war, and believes that conflict is necessary for development, then there is no end to wars or conflicts. Change in beliefs can steer change in thoughts or it can be said the other way round.

Random Thought

There is no constant thing in life, things do change, ups and downs comes, but to get better we have to continue our struggle to acheive strength and inner peace.

Chapters in Our Lives

We all have good and bad days so give people more time to learn more about the rest of someone you do not know about. Everyone behaves different in different situations and it takes time to see how people handle things they have to deal with over their life. Everyone will have their turn to deal with having loved ones pass, jobs changing , loss of health, ups and downs, and all different sort of things, because we are always in a state of change. We never know where people are at in their life journey, so always be respectful to not add to their pain they are in at this time in their life.

We have many chapters in our lives and each person in this world have a view, if you only hearing one side of it then that’s a problem, respecting who you communicate with is half the understanding. Sometime people remember us the way we were with them and we remember them the way they were with us, and sometimes we simply don’t know what the chapter was and that’s why we or they can’t understand. Some will have opened your book at the beginning and read through to the end, others pick up your book when the pages are well thumbed.

Food for Thought #1

When we are so hooked up in our beliefs, our ways of thinking, and our habits, we can’t seem to see or do anything outside of our comfort zone. When our views and habits are so rigid, inflexible, and hard to break, it seems like changing of anything is impossible or impractical, and having a better society or anything other would seem impractical too.

But here the question is – how to see beyond this line of impracticality?

Letting ourselves to figure out delusion and reality would be good but then we are so deeply conditioned by our environment, which consists of culture, education, belief systems and societal constructs ranging from gender ideas to assumptions on human nature. Our entire economic doctrines are built under the assumption that humans are inherently selfish or greedy. So how are we to make sense of what is real, what is practical, what is possible when our entire environment is built on layers of beliefs?

First step would be to let our thoughts to be flexible and mind open to understand freely,  there is a reality beyond the construct of the mind and as long as we live within the confines of the ego mind we cannot conceive of a reality that is beyond what we assume is practical or impractical living, we take our sorrow and confusion to be necessary and inevitable. We don’t think beyond it, we don’t look to end it.

Our practical world today is a horror show. Not generalizing but our education hinders learning, our doctors destroy health, our media sells us lies, our food is poisoned, our resources are running scarce, there is so much poverty and destruction and we live in such a way where an elite few are prosperous while the majority beat each other over nonsensical ideals and labels.

Food for thought:

Any man who points out this madness would seem radical – change yourself and the world will change on its own.

Have a good time ~ Vikas Sharma