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Fantastic, it will be said. Not quite. Take, for example, the most noted Indian of his day- I mean Nehru. His fundamental reaction to life and thought patterns was Western, particularly British, ye he was no more an Englishman than I am the Kahn of Tartary. He was a complex personality, and affords the best example of contention. Nehru could identify himself closely with almost every type of Indian: he felt with the Naga like a Nage: with the Brahmin like a Brahmin: with the Muslim like a Muslim: with the untouchable like an untouchable: yet at heart he was non of these. What he was, you can be sure, he himself did not know. He has deep urges and large dreams that`s all. Here was our typically complex and contradictory Indian.
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The happiest are those who live with their own selves- PP Wangchuck
One of the things we need to realise early in life is that if we dont respect ourselves, nobody will. The idea of self-respect is a positive one, and it goes well with the time-tested adage. Clarity being at home. Respecting yourself means you are being good to yourself, and a good person can`t but be good to others.
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Being hooked thrives on the underlying insecurity of living in an unpredictable world. We experience this insecurity as unease or restlessness. Wanting some kind of relief from this, we turn to what we enjoy, what comforts us. Perhaps it`s food, alcohol, drugs, sex, work or shopping. In moderation, these are delightful; we can appreciate their taste, their presence in our life. But we empower any of them with the idea that this will bring us comfort, that it will remove our unease, then we get hooked. And stay hooked.
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Maxims for Life:
Success is less about luck and more about practice.
* What you give away comes back to you in a river.
* Money is the inevitable consequence of value delivered to other human beings.
* To have what fes have, do what few do.
* Think for yourself.
* Being happy makes you more productive, creative and exceptional.
* Don`t be selfish. Too many people think that`s cool It is not.
-Robin Sharma
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There are two things to worry about.
Either you are well or you are sick.
If you are well, then there is nothing to worry about.
But if you are sick there are only two things to worry about;
Whether you will get well, or whether you will die.
If you get well, there is nothing to worry about;
But if you die, there are only two things to worry about:
Whether you go to heaven or to hell.
If you go to heaven there is nothing to worry about;
And if you go to hell you`ll be so busy shaking hands with old friends,
You won`t have time to worry.
SO WHY WORRY!
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Socialisms is often populism in disguise, and populism is still popular. Fuel subsides, commodity trading bans and directed lending are not much better. They have the objective of protecting the poor, but the middle class benefits more. Though petrol and diesel prices have been aligned to market rates, removing other energy subsidies is a must to ofor improving power supply. The campaign against socialism does not mean that empowerment programmes need to be discarded. Instead, these programmes should be run better. But socialism, as policy, should be recognised as passe. Kind Regards!

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