K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Now coming to the other part, there is a short cut to attain everything one wants and that is possible if we have the clarity and understanding of ourselves that, we are not just material beings but a spiritual being and if we can understand and believe this we can easily break the human-made boundaries and achieve anything we wish to manifest. Although, it is easier said than done. In terms of material success, we see a lot of youngsters achieving a lot of material success at young age and also athletes who break records every now and then that seem impossible to a common person.
Any work that is done without enjoyment is hard work and when you enjoy what you do, there is no work, its just fun.
Live before you leave.
An important question is how you define success and what the stage or level is when you're satisfied and consider yourself a successful person. People have different meanings of success. Some people find satisfaction at a lower level of success-pyramid whereas other people are not satisfied until they reach on top. It all depends on the magnitude of the impact of materialism. Highly materialistic people are never satisfied in their whole life even they have got a valley of gold. These people choose the wrong and illegal ways to earn money and because piling up money and hunger of spending a luxurious life is an unending process for them e.g. If any student has decided to become a doctor and eventually he becomes a doctor too but despite getting his dream of success come true he indulges in selling human organs for piling up money. It's due to his greed for money because of his extreme materialistic approach.
Keep your Face to the SunShine
There is no alternative in this world to hard work. A political leader may be able to make a lot of progress easily by earning money illegally but he has to work hard to become a leader and win an election. Similarly, an IAS officer may spin a lot of money and fame easily but he has to do a lot of hard work to become an IAS officer.
Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.