Weekly Wisdom #7

  1. In our life, there are two key aspects that directly impact literally everything. They are our thinking and our action. Everything that has happened, is currently happening and will be going to happen is dependent on the way we think and the way we act. The mistake we make is that we either act without thinking or we think without acting. Whenever you have a brilliant idea or some great thoughts then immediately act on them, if you don’t then there is no value to those ideas and thoughts. Mutual coordination of both thinking and acting is required to produce favourable outcomes.

2. You will always get the love and hate you give out, you will always get it back. You may just not get it back from the same people you give it to. You must have realised at some point that you have hurt someone but they never hurt you back but you received hurt from people you never hurt and the same thing you must have experienced with love too.

3. One easy way to find out what your strengths are is to ask yourself what do you do, that you feel the most confident doing it. If you are not able to answer this question then ask your best friend, a family member or even a colleague that what is that one thing that they completely trust that you can do for them. By doing this simple questioning task you will surely get a lot of answers which will reveal your strength zones.

4. Comparison is the ultimate thief of joy because someone will always have more fortune, fame and stuff than you do. Don’t waste your time comparing yourself with others because every minute you dreamed having someones else’s life you just wasted that minute of your life. Be happy with what you have and strive hard to achieve more without thinking about what others are doing. Make your own hard work and discipline the role models of your life.

5. The simple thing that you can do to find our passion now is to find where your interest and curiosity are. After identifying your interests and curiosities, you have to take risks, you have to go big and you have to perform experiments with all your areas of interest to unlock your true passion. Nelson Mandela perfectly said, “There is no passion to be found playing small–in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.

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59 thoughts on “Weekly Wisdom #7

  1. Loved reading the article and the quote you used.
    The fourth point really touched me, you are very much true,comparison is very dangerous and act as enemy of our happiness πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»
    I really appreciate your efforts in presenting such an excellent inspirational post. Great job πŸ‘ πŸ‘

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  2. I like points 1and 4 very much
    . Thinking and acting upon it should be done without any delay. As soon as a choice is present before us, we must first think about it, ananlyze benefits and losses, then if you feel it is the right choice, the immediately act upon it, no matter how small or big it might be. The more time we spend after thinking and choosing, for acting on it, the less likely we are going to act on it.
    Comparison is the ultimate thief of joy. This is even more true in life. We should stop comparing ourselves to others and feel jealous, discouraged, incompetent amongst many other things, and instead focus on what we should be doing. Not every one are equal when it comes to their talent and hard work. We are our own selves. We have some areas we are interested in, our own pace at which we do it. We should focusing on doing what we can today and feel happy about doing something, than compare ourselves to others.
    Great Post Nitesh.

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    1. Thank you so much Nagendra for your excellent elaboration of the points. I am very glad you liked the point number 1 and 4. Thank you very much for your appreciation and for your wonderful comment.


  3. #2 and #4 grabbed my attention. Regarding #2, I feel it’s more of a ‘Placebo effect ‘. We get to see the world based on what we think the world to be: good, bad or neutral. Point 4 is more of a zero sum game which isn’t applicable in life. It only breeds envy in us lowering our happiness levels.

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