Words of Wisdom:

"It's not about death... but *life*." - Majora

Philosophy of Life and Other Essays

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HARD WORK AND FAIT 1

ALTERNATE MEDICINES 3

EXISTENCE OF GOD 4

RELIGION 5

MORALITY 6

PROMOTING MORALITY 7

\'WHY ME?\' SYNDROME 9

GOODNESS QUOTIENT 10

GANPATI BAPPA MORYA 11

ANGER 12

ARROGANCE 13

PURPOSE OF LIFE 14

WOMEN’S LIBERATION 18

LIFE OF A JEEP 19

MEANING OF LIFE 20

PHILOSOPHY OF LIFE 22

MY WEB SITES 24



Hard work and fait

There are two widely prevailing and mutually contradictory views on hard work. One is that however hard you work, you are only going to get whatever is there in your fate. Other one is that \'nothing is impossible\'. First view is held by those who are either influenced by eastern religions or who have experienced failures in spite of hard work. Second view is held generally by those who have experienced success.



My views on hard work are somewhat statistical. To me fate is nothing but chance. While people say somebody is born in rich family   by fate, I would say it is so   by chance.



Thus   it would be more appropriate to say that hard work doesn\'t guarantee success, but increases it\'s chance.



















\"Hard work   hasn\'t hurt anybody

but

why take chance ?\"



Alternate medicines



In greek the \'allo\' means different. Perhaps allopathy meant a different therapy. Today it is no longer just a different therapy   but since long time has established itself as   main therapy. Alternate systems of medicines harp on the fact that allopathic medicines have side effects. Many of today\'s so called alternate medicines do not have any effect. Where is the question of side effects ?.



\"If we get cured we thank God,

If we don\'t we curse the doctor.

Next time you get cured, do thank God,

bless the doctor too.\"



Existence of God...

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