Life is a journey, with known and unknown strangers.
It is true that we come to this life alone and go back alone. Then, why not, enjoy the meantime life with friends and family? Don’t live alone and don’t be regretful for being alone, this is the philosophy of life..”
Yes! We need to change ourselves and need to mingle with family and friends. We should not be alone anymore. Our life is precious, enjoy it to the fullest.
The premise of “How to Live a Good Life” is that, in the end, there are several reasonable answers to how to consciously and deliberately live your life. Then again, there are also a number of bad answers to that very question, and taking some time to reflect on it will indeed make it less likely for you to mislive.
Life is so simple, do not make it serious. “When you have a dream, you’ve got to grab it and never let go, that is all about.
We generally stick to only one plan in life and don’t try to use the other options. If plan A is not working, we should shift to using Plan B. Don’t try to live in ditched one’s memory and become typical “Devadas”.
Life becomes complicated when we stick to only one choice in life. If you don’t get a medical seat, try for an engineering seat, do remember that life has alternatives. If plan A didn’t work, try plan B.
If we observe life, we find that what is happening in life is not consistent but it is so random. Something that we perceive is considered real because it is physically experienced by the senses.
Reality is all of your experiences and knowledge of the world that helps you to determine how things appear to you.
The state of the world is not really is, rather than as you might want it to be.
The sad reality of life…
The sad reality of life is that we start dying the moment we are born. Some die in the uterus and never see the world. Some live to be 90 and achieve their wildest dreams.
During your last minutes of life, you’re alone and scared. Regardless of our life’s results, we must all take that march to a cold plot of dirt alone.
The ancient scriptures say that we are all floating like shells in a vast ocean of life. Even though everybody is born out of the same Consciousness, no two lives are the same. As diverse as our lives are, they are inter-dependent on each other and there is something to learn from everyone.
It is said that — take a 5 days Spiritual tour to get exposure to the reality of life, Are you ready ?
The first day – Spend time with a farmer:
You have to spend from morning to evening with a farmer., Go with him to the farm early morning and see whatever he does all day. You will become sensitive toward the environment, and towards food. It is a fact that a third of the food in the world is wasted and thrown. Spending the day watching the farmer will let us know the hard work and resources that go into producing food by them. Now, we will think twice before wasting food.
The second day – To visit in jail :
Visit the jail but without committing a crime. You will realize that the people we label as criminals and put in prisons landed there because of circumstances, and their ignorance.
When anger grips a person, they are not in control of their actions. If you ask the most hardened criminal, they will say, “I didn’t do it. Something came over me and it just happened.” It will become evident that inside every culprit there is a victim crying for help. Compassion will arise in your heart. If you have hatred in your heart towards anybody, that hatred will vanish.
The third day – You have to be a school teacher.
You will understand why a guru is needed by everybody. Wherever you are in life, there are so many that you can help and guide. It brings us deep satisfaction within. It is not necessary that only those with long hair and beard can be gurus. Everybody can play the role for at least some people. You don’t really need a special skill to be a guru, instead, you need compassion. Being a teacher, you can channel that compassion to people. “I want nothing but my student should progress.” Such unconditional love comes into our life. This will develop the feeling of sacrifice and love within us.
The fourth day – Spend in a mental institution.
The mental asylum is a unique place to know about our mental disorders.
Whatever anybody in a mental hospital says to you, whatever names they call you, you won’t take it to heart. After spending a day when anybody can say anything to you, you will develop the strength to face criticism without being shaken. Not only will you be strong enough to accept all criticism, but you will also have compassion for those who criticize you. Generally, we get anxious over small matters. “What do they think about me?” We are shaken and then we react to these things. You should have the courage to give criticism and the courage to receive criticism as well.
You will stop caring about what people think about you.
The fifth day – Spend in the cemetery or funeral home.
You will have a very close and intense experience of the impermanence of life. Whatever complaints you have in life will vanish. Having the experience that death can come anytime will change your perspective on life for good.
Just a formal education is not enough to know the reality of life. It is important to explore different dimensions of life to get the same.
These five days visits saw us the different facets of life unfolding around us, it will help us self-care and strong will power within us.
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