Non-violence is the greatest Dharma; So too is all righteous violence.
Mr. Sankara Rama Subramanian
The point I make here is that it is for us to make the best out of our relationships. If someone does not know that curdled milk is turned into paneer and that it can still be put to use, then the fault lies with them. It is for us to find something good even in the unbearable.
I quote the last line mentioned in the author's post "There is nothing better than tolerance and acceptance which are the way of life to survive and surge." Should this not apply to everyone, irrespective of whether one is arrogant or has an ego?
@ Sankara Rama Subramanian you have made an interesting point -"...asking "SORRY" from my kids..." Can you please explain how you do this, for the benefit of all of us.
"A love affair with knowledge will never end in heartbreak" - Michael Garrett Marino
I would agree if you had said that a drop of poison in a pot of milk turns the whole milk into poison. That small drop of poison is the greed, not ego.
No life without Sun
Ego will always spoil the relations.
Yes, Milk may be turning into paneer. But we will have a purpose when we have taken milk. For example if we want to drink the milk and by mistake you add a little salt or lemon, the milk changes its form. But it is not all useful to drink. I say your purpose is not served. If you want to drink milk you have to get again a fresh one.
Another point to note here is human relations. I agree we have to maintain good relations we will be polite and good to others. Here we need not think of ego. Be good to people and do good. But it should be for deserving cases only.