KNOWLEDGE-GYAN-MESSAGES

KNOWLEDGE-GYAN-MESSAGES

 

 

*BHAGWAD GITA* _*in one sentence per chapter…*_

 

*Chapter 1*

_Wrong thinking is the only problem in life_

*Chapter 2*

_Right knowledge is the ultimate solution to all our problems_

*Chapter 3*

_Selflessness is the only way to progress and prosperity_

*Chapter 4*

_Every act can be an act of prayer_

*Chapter 5*

_Renounce the ego of individuality & rejoice in the bliss of infinity_

*Chapter 6*

_Connect to the Higher consciousness daily_

*Chapter 7*

_Live what you learn_

*Chapter 8*

_Never give up on yourself_

*Chapter 9*

_Value your blessings_

*Chapter 10*

_See divinity all around_

*Chapter 11*

_Have enough surrender to see the Truth as it is_

*Chapter 12*

_Absorb your mind in the Higher_

*Chapter 13*

_Detach from maya & attach to Divine_

*Chapter 14*

_Live a lifestyle that matches your vision_

*Chapter 15*

_Give priority to Divinity_

*Chapter 16*

_Being good is a reward in itself_

*Chapter 17*

_Choosing the right over the pleasant is a sign of power_

*Chapter 18*

_Let Go, Lets move to union with God_

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Do you Know why  IRCTC does not allow you to choose seats? Would you believe that the technical reason behind this is PHYSICS.

 

Booking a seat in a train is far more different than booking a seat in a theatre.

 

Theatre is a hall, whereas train is a moving object. So safety concern is very high in trains.

 

Indian railways ticket booking software is designed in such a way that it will book tickets in a manner that will distribute the load evenly in a train.

 

Let me take an example to make things  more clear : Imagine there are sleeper class coaches in a train numbered S1, S2 S3… S10, and in every coach there are 72 seats.

 

So when some one first books a ticket, software will assign a seat in the middle coach like S5, middle seat numbered between 30-40, and preferably lower berths (Railways first fills the lower berths than upper one so as to achieve low centre of gravity.)

 

And the software books seats in such a way that all coaches have uniform passenger distribution and seats are filled starting from the middle seats (36) to seats near the gates i.e 1-2 or 71-72 in order from lower berth to upper.

 

Railways just want to ensure a proper balance that each coach should have for equal load distribution.

 

That is why when you book a ticket at the last, you are always allotted an upper berth and a seat numbered around 2-3 or 70, except when you are not taking a seat of someone who has cancelled his/her seat.

 

What if the railways book tickets randomly ? A train is a moving object which moves around at a speed of around 100km/hr on rails.

So there are a lot of forces and mechanics acting on the train.

 

Just imagine if S1, S2, S3 are completely full and S5, S6 are completely empty and others are partially  full. When the train takes a turn, some coaches face maximum centrifugal force and some minimum, and this creates a high chance of derailment of the train.

 

This is a very technical aspect, and when brakes are applied there will be different braking forces acting at each of the coaches because of the huge differences in weight of coach, so stability of train becomes an issue again.

 

I felt that this is a good information worth sharing, as often passengers blame the Railways citing inconvenient seats/ berths allotted to them.

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*”Walking”*

is the best exercise!!!                      🚶

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*Walk Away* 🚶 from

arguments that lead you to nowhere but anger.

 

*Walk Away* 🚶 from

people who deliberately put you down.

 

*Walk Away* 🚶 from

any thought that reduces your worth.

 

*Walk Away* 🚶 from

failures and fears that stiffle your dreams.

 

*Walk Away* 🚶 from

people who do not care for you and who are opportunistic.

 

The more you

*Walk Away* 🚶 from

things that poison your soul,

The Happier Your Life Will Be.

 

*Gift Yourself A Walk*🚶

Towards Happiness. 😀 😀

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*Who is poor ?*

*A wealthy woman goes to a saree store and tells the boy at the counter*

*Bhaiya, show some cheap sarees. It is my son’s marriage and I have to give to my maid.”*

*After sometime, the maid comes to the saree shop and tells the boy at the counter*

*Bhaiya, show some expensive sarees. I want to gift my Mistress on her son’s marriage”*

*Poverty is in the mind or in the purse?*

*Who is rich ?*

*Once, a lady with her family was staying in a 3-star hotel for a picnic.*

*She was the mother of a 6 month old baby.*

*”Can I get 1 cup of milk?” asked the lady to the 3-star hotel manager.*

“•*”Yes madam”, he replied, “But it will cost you money.”*

*”No problem”, said the lady.*

*While driving back from hotel, the child was hungry again.*

*They stopped at a road side tea stall and took milk from the tea vendor.*

*”How much?”*

*she asked the tea vendor*.

*”Madam, we don’t charge money for kid’s milk”,*

*the old man said with a smile.*

*”Let me know if you need more for the journey”*

*The lady took one more cup and left.*

*She wondered, “Who’s richer ?*

*The hotel manager or the old tea vendor ?*

*Sometimes, in the race for more money, we forget that we are all humans.*

*Let’s help someone in need, without expecting something in return.*

*It will make us feel better than what money can.*

*Coffee never knew that it would taste so nice and sweet, before it met milk and sugar.*

*We are good as individuals but become better when we meet and blend with the right people.*

*Stay connected.*

*”The world is full of nice people… If you can’t find one*

*Be one*… !!!

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Beautiful story ..

One day a person met the great Chanakya,  and said, “Do you know what I just heard about your friend?”

 

“Hold on a minute,” Chanakya replied.

 

“Before telling me anything I’d like you to pass a little test. It’s called the Triple Filter Test.”

 

“Triple filter?”

 

“That’s right,” Chanakya continued.

 

“Before you talk to me about my friend, it might be a good idea to take a moment and filter what you’re going to say. That’s why I call it the triple filter test.

 

The first filter is Truth.

 

Have you made absolutely sure that what you are about to tell me is true?”

 

“No,” the man said, “actually I just heard about it and…”

 

“All right,” said Chanakya. “So you don’t know if it’s true or not.

 

Now let’s try the second filter, the filter of Goodness.

 

Is what you are about to tell me about my friend something good?”

 

“No, on the contrary…”

 

“So,” Chankaya continued, “you want to tell me something bad about him, but you’re not certain it’s true.

 

You may still pass the test though, because there’s one filter left, the filter of Usefulness.

 

Is what you want to tell me about my friend going to be useful to me?”

 

“No, not really.”

 

“Well,” concluded chankaya, “if what you want to tell me is neither true nor good nor even useful, why tell it to me at all?”

 

Use this triple filter each time you hear loose talk about any of your near and  dear ones.

 

It is worth applying in everyone’s life.

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वृद्धाश्रम में मां बाप को छोड़कर

वो पलटा ही था की,

बाप ने आवाज़ देकर बताया,

बेटा अपने मन में किसी प्रकार का

बोझ मत रखना,

 

तुझे पाने के लिए

दाे बेटियो की  हत्या की थी.

सजा तो मिलनी ही थी.

 

One Of The Best Message ever.

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पेड़ को काटने आये हैं कुछ लोग,

 

मगर,

*धूप बहुत तेज है*

तो,

उसकी छांव में बैठे हैं….✍

😷😭😪😪

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**MUST READ : 8 SLICES OF PIZZA**

 

Wife: Don’t put so many clothes for wash today.

 

Husband: Why ?

 

She said : Maid has said she won’t come for two days.

 

Husband :Why ?

 

Wife : She said she is going to meet her grand daughter during Ganpati festival.

 

Husband : OK, Will not put too many clothes.

 

Wife: And, Shall I give her Rs. 500 for Ganpati? Festival bonus?

 

Husband: Why? Diwali is approaching, we will give her at that time.

 

Wife: Oh no dear. She is poor. Going to meet her daughter and grand daughter, so she will also feel nice. Moreover, everything has become so expensive these days. How will she able to celebrate festival?

 

Husband : You ! I don’t know why you become emotional so easily.

 

Wife : Oh dear, don’t worry. I am going to cancel today’s program of ordering Pizza. Why unnecessarily blow away Rs. 500 on eight pieces of stale bread.

 

Husband : Wow. Great. Snatching Pizza from us and giving to the maid !

 

Maid returned after three days and got busy in mopping and dusting.

 

Husband asked her.. So, how was the vacation ?

Maid : Very nice sahib.. Didi had given Rs. 500 .. festival bonus.

 

Husband : So you went and met your daughter ? and also met your grand daughter ?

 

Maid: yes sahib. Enjoyed a lot and spent Rs 500 in two days time.

 

Husband : Really ? Ok so what did you do with Rs. 500?

 

Maid : Rs. 150 for dress for grand daughter, Rs 40 for a doll, bought sweets worth Rs 50 for daughter, Rs 50 as offering to Deity in temple, Rs 60 towards bus fare, Rs 25 for bangles for daughter, bought a nice belt worth Rs 50 for son-in-law, balance Rs 75 gave to daughter to buy copy and pencil for grand daughter. Maid gave a full account of the expenses incurred.

 

Husband : So much in Rs 500?

 

With surprise, he started thinking. The eight pieces of Pizza appeared in front of his eyes and each one of them acted as a hammer started pricking his consciousness. For the price of one Pizza, he started comparing the expenses his maid had incurred during her visit to her daughter.

 

The eight pieces of Pizza floated in front of his eyes.

 

First piece … dress for the child

Second piece … towards sweets..

Third piece … towards offering to the deity in the temple.

Fourth piece … towards bus fare.

Fifth piece … towards doll.

Sixth piece … towards bangles,

Seventh piece… towards belt for the son-in-law.

Eighth piece… towards copy and pencil.

 

So far he had observed pizza only from one angle. He turned it upside down and observe how it looks like from the other side but today his maid showed him the other side of the pizza. The eight pieces of pizza showed him the real meaning of life and the meaning of “Spending for life” or “Life for spending”.

 

Think about it.

 

#BeingWoman is “Spreading Happiness”

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ज़िन्दगी  के इस  कश्मकश  मैं_

_वैसे तो  मैं  भी काफ़ी बिजी  हुँ_

_लेकिन  वक़्त  का  बहाना  बना कर_

_अपनों  को भूल जाना मुझे आज भी नहीं आता !_

 

_जहाँ यार याद न आए वो तन्हाई किस काम की_

_बिगड़े रिश्ते न बने तो खुदाई किस काम की,_

_बेशक अपनी मंज़िल तक जाना  है_

 

_पर  जहाँ से अपने ना दिखे_

_वो ऊंचाई  किस  काम  की!!!

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