Let me strive for a Useful and #enjoyable old age too! No matter how good one’s #intentions are, world judges only his #presentation. No matter how good his presentations are, God #judges only his intentions.
#William #Shakespeare 400th #Anniversary
In 1597, 15 of the 37 plays composed by William Shakespeare were distributed. Common records demonstrate that as of now he acquired the second biggest house in Stratford, called New House, for his family. It was a four-day ride by steed from Stratford to London, so it is trusted that Shakespeare invested the majority of his energy in the city composing and acting and got back home once per year amid the 40-day Lenten period, when the theaters were shut.
By 1599, William Shakespeare and his business accomplices fabricated their own particular theater on the south bank of the Thames River, which they called the Globe. In 1605, Shakespeare obtained leases of land close Stratford for 440 pounds, which multiplied in worth and earned him 60 pounds a year. This made him a business person and also a craftsman, and researchers trust these ventures gave him an ideal opportunity to compose his plays continuous.
Every year, Earth Day—April 22—denote the commemoration of the introduction of the present day ecological development in 1970.
The stature of counterculture in the United States, 1970 brought the passing of Jimi Hendrix, the last Beatles collection, and Simon and Garfunkel’s “Extension Over Troubled Water.” War seethed in Vietnam and understudies across the nation overwhelmingly contradicted it.
At the time, Americans were slurping leaded gas through gigantic V8 vehicles. Industry burped out smoke and slime with little dread of lawful results or awful press. Air contamination was regularly acknowledged as the scent of flourishing. “Environment” was a word that seemed more regularly in spelling honey bees than on the nightly news.
Despite the fact that standard America to a great extent stayed careless in regards to ecological concerns, the stage had been set for change by the distribution of Rachel Carson’s New York Times smash hit Silent Spring in 1962. The book spoke to a watershed minute, offering more than 500,000 duplicates in 24 nations, and starting to raise open mindfulness and sympathy toward living beings, the earth and connections in the middle of contamination and general well being.
Earth Day 1970 offered voice to that rising awareness, diverting the vitality of the counter war dissent development and putting natural worries on the front page.
I am not bound to win, but I am #bound to be true. I am not bound to #succeed, but I am bound to live up to what #light I might have.
– Abraham Lincoln
Numerous individuals feel reluctant to be upbeat, to be blissful, to truly give the light access and appreciate life. Does this impact you? These fears ordinarily have developed over a drawn out stretch of time – recollect children are conceived upbeat, yet we, as grown-ups, appear to have lost the capacity to be cheerful only for bliss.
In the event that you need to bring yourself more profound into the work, there are more strategies like this that can help you feel better in how to Be Well. You can enhance your profound, mental, passionate and physical well being, build your ability for delight, get to be engaged in your life. It is conceivable to carry on with the life you need. Is it true that you are prepared?
Though the heart-felt sentiments of distinguished individuals towards India are over-whelming and much appreciated, it is fascinating to me how a majority of Indians feel very proud about Bharat or themselves particularly when others (most importantly foreigners!) recognize it. We moan about each other’s idiosyncrasies or the irreparable roads in the monsoons, or the catastrophic proceedings at Parliament, or this and that, but tend to accept the amazing virtues of this land and its people mainly when someone out of the Indian orbit points it out – why? What is lacking in our spiritual composition that obstructs us from living ‘constantly’ with the reins of determination, righteousness, self-respect and clarity of intellect in check?
Though I was physically and spiritually born out of India, it is India alone that I have ached to live in since I was a child. Undeniably we are a civilization that is spoken of with admiration, awe and good feelings around the globe in all spheres. We even astonish ourselves with our own resilience, intelligence, innovation, determination, far-sightedness and love for life that all emerge naturally during the least expected hours. And yet with the progress India is making, there remains an unfulfilled desire to see every Indian more empowered and leading a carefree, but secure, life of dignity and harmony with all.
Tagoreji’s prayer, translated into English and published in 1912, begins with a powerful line: ‘Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high…’ But can we honestly say we have realized this dream in 2015? Our well-being and triumphs do get affected by our physical surroundings, the support of relatives and loved ones, efficiency of our government and how we maintain relationships with other nations. We don’t live in a vacuum and could not manage or appreciate life without any one of these factors. Yet how much do we allow external factors or resources to dominate our thinking, emotions and decision-making?
68 years back, the fight for freedom was a very ‘real’ battle where our ancestors could see and fight the opposition. But today, we wage a battle with near invisible enemies: poverty, corruption, religious and gender discrimination, weak educational systems, fragmented relationships, disappearing moral values, authoritative higher officials, terrorists and much more. We are all suffering, irrespective of whether we are the oppressors or victims. It’s a fact that we cannot transform every terrorist or corrupt politician or chauvinistic boss or teacher, or abusive relative. But at the same time we can neither keep waiting for them to change nor allow ourselves to become cynical about positive transformation.
We can however work on what we have right now, namely our self-esteem, positive and unlimited vision, education and courage, and our right to dismantle the negative forces that pollute our mind, heart and destiny. We can start by realizing that ‘I’ have the solution, or more importantly, ‘I am the solution’. India’s power lies within its common woman and man, but only when we listen to our conscience and choose to empower our inner world.
Spirituality is India’s gift to the world; spirituality is the need of the hour; spirituality is India’s last hope; spirituality is the mirror, blue-print, catalyst, and elixir for each brave-heart who chooses to create his or her own destiny. Spirituality quite simply but effectively answers three crucial questions we face at different milestones of our lives:
• Who am I?
• Who do I eternally belong to? (in other words, what is my relationship with and duty towards the Divine or Supreme Parent or Almighty?) and lastly,
• What am I here to do?
“We are shaped by our #thoughts; we become what we think. When the mind is pure, #joy follows like a #shadow that never leaves.”