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Quote for the day
Life is just a resource. What we do with it is upto us. Birth was not our choice. What we do with life in between these two terminals is absolutely our choice. Putting days into life is ageing. Putting life into days is living. The tragedy of life is not the ultimate death,
but the resources that die with us when we are still alive. We are not useless people but people used less. Use yourself enough and be useful to the world. If life is well lived,
death will not be the end of life but the crescendo of life. There is no such day as ‘one of these days’. Today is the day. The only way to predict your future is to create it. Though you cannot go back to make a brand new start,
you can start now and create a brand new end.
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Pilgrim's Progress... ... ....
There are 40 Samskaras in a person's life journey. The Naimittika Samskaras performed by the house holder start with conception and ends with end of a life journey. Of these, a few Samskaras are for efflux of time.
No one celebrates just efflux of time. Age related ceremonies like 60, 70, 80 years only ring in the need to redouble our efforts to reach our goals of life. I have crossed the first stage of geriatry.
The curse of all our vaulted progress is we are deluded by a process of self-hypnosis to complain bitterly that destiny is against us and that we do not get what is our due. I consider myself fortunate that I have enlisted in this life journey till now people better than myself. To those captured in the roving lens and countless others who are photographed in my memory, this is acknowledgment of their support and their dynamic influence on me. The religion we inherit, the path we follow and the stage of life we pursue, are not of vital importance. Our actions should express itself in universal love and unselfish service.