Have you ever asked yourself, “Am I Wasting my youth”? If not, then you are probably not asking yourself the right questions. It is actually quite easy to know. Ask yourself – ‘Are you doing the MOST important things; that you could be doing or are you wallowing in moods, temptations and distractions’? Read More
My biggest learning about people is that ‘People are very different from each other and need to be handled differently & accordingly’. This statement is so simple and pure common sense but its low implementation is the only reason why so many of us have people issues with friends, relatives, colleagues, neighbors or even spouses. Read More
Did you get a chance to watch the trailer of the upcoming movie “Meri Pyaari Bindu”? It makes a relevant statement. “Everyone teaches you how to be in love. But no one tells you how to forget someone you love.” Don’t you think it is important be moving on when a relationship comes to an end?
Rumi once said, “The crack is where the light enters you.”
And you will never know this for sure till you get your heart broken. I think, among the people reading this right now, anyone who had their heart broken at least once in their life will agree with this. Because a heartbreak teaches you more about love than a relationship ever can. All it needs is some superb motivational thoughts and that’s what I am going to try and give you in this blog post.
Before I get into some hard core relationship advice, Do you know what is the single most prevalent commonality between any two individuals on this planet? Take a guess.
It is relationships. We all have relationships that we have to live, build and survive. Not all of us may have monetary investments in shares and bonds, but we all have investments in the form of time and effort and sweat and blood in our relationships. And while a lot is written about these relationships, I believe no one can say it better than the king of investments himself, Mr. Warren Buffet.
We learn so many ‘just not so useful’ subjects & lessons in our schools and colleges. Unfortunately, the ones which matter the most are not taught there. We learn some of those through experiences and sometimes those experiences only become a ‘painful eye opener’. Marriages are failing these days at the rate of the frequency of advertisements between cricket matches.