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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Correct Values Vs Bad Chemistry.




















Hats off to you Manjul Bhargava.  Correct  Values Vs Bad Chemistry.
The main mantra is we can neither deny nor defy the importance of anything or anyone.
Life is too vast and complex with some mysteries still unexplained and unraveled.
Life in short is an unsolved jigsaw puzzle with several pieces constantly evolving to fit in appropriate slots.
The process involves constant churning , continuous learning and adjustment.
To quote JK, “There is no end to education. It is not that you read a book, pass an examination, and finish with education.
The whole of life, from the moment you are born to the moment you die, is a process of learning”.
This holds true almost in all spheres of life.
Media which prefers and projects selectively some controversies to the front page, as expected pushed to some inner page corner a very candid interview of a person with great clarity and simple and straight forward observations.
I wish all to read his interview which rightly infects us with positive vibration amid a world of morning philosophers, unloving critics, fault finding fanatics.
More than anything else it reflects good attitude, concomitant perspective leading to better perception and proper evaluation.
This is real education with correct synergistic vibrations of inner response to external events.
Need to study gamut of education, at least look at its various dimensions, utilities, relevance, contributions to humanity etc and which inevitable various options/methods/means of learning conferences are one such important event  which can throw up lot of positives.
Good education must not to allow verbal labels to distort proper observation and unbiased understanding.
विद्या ददाति विनयं विनयाद्याति पात्रताम्
पात्रत्वाद्धनमाप्नोति धनाद्धर्मं ततः सुखम् ॥ ५ ॥
vidyA dadAti vinayaM, vinayAdyAti pAtratAM |
pAtratvAddhanamApnoti, dhanAddharmaM tataH sukhaM || 5 ||
(true/complete) knowledge gives discipline[humility], from discipline [humility] comes worthiness, from worthiness one gets wealth, from wealth (one does) good deeds, from that (comes) joy.

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