Hindu Mommy

August 31, 2006

21 Things To Remember….

Filed under: Self Improvement,Tips and Tricks — hindumommy @ 11:19 pm

 1. No one can ruin your day without YOUR permission.

2. Most people will be about as happy, as they decide to be.

3. Others can stop you temporarily, but only you can do it permanently.

4. Whatever you are willing to put up with, is exactly what you will have.

5. Success stops when you do.

6. When your ship comes in…. make sure you are willing to unload it.

7. You will never have it all together.

8. Life is a journey…not a destination. Enjoy the trip!

9. The biggest lie on the planet When I get what I want I will be happy.

10. The best way to escape your problem is to solve it.

11. I’ve learned that ultimately , ‘takers’ lose and ‘givers’ win.

12. Life’s precious moments don’t have value, unless they are shared.

13. If you don’t start, it’s certain you won’t arrive.

14. We often fear the thing we want the most.

15. He or she who laughs……lasts.

16. Yesterday was the deadline for all complaints.

17. Look for opportunities…not guarantees.

18. Life is what’s coming….not what was.

19. Success is getting up one more time.

20. Now is the most interesting time of all.

21. When things go wrong…..don’t go with them.

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4 Comments »

  1. Thank you for this list, reading it I realize I have either lived the items on the list or believe that, every single one is true. This is a list everyone should have around when they are feeling lost.

    Cheers.

    Comment by Tabs — September 5, 2006 @ 1:48 am | Reply

  2. Thanks Tabs – As you said, we live by these rules but it’s kinda nice to review them periodically to remember our priorities

    Comment by hindumommy — September 5, 2006 @ 9:09 am | Reply

  3. […] Here is a great list I found on hindumommy.com […]

    Pingback by obahsomah » Blog Archive » 21 things to remember… — October 23, 2006 @ 1:27 pm | Reply

  4. Mother’s Practical Advice

    Narayana, a tiny farmer lives in his small house in Atreyapuram village. He has a wife Rangamma and a two year old son. His mother Gangamma also lives with him in the house. Recent cyclonic rains have played havoc with his house and left many holes on the roof.

    As he has been busy with his farm work, the house repair has been getting postponed. His mother and wife have persuaded him to finish the work as his infant boy is being exposed to sun and rain.

    One fine morning, Narayana brought the required material to repair his tached roof.
    Himself assisted by his wife have started the work. Time passed and it was getting hot by the noon. Gangamma requested them to stop their work and resume after lunch and by that time the sun may also not be that severe. But, they continued with the work. His son has already chidded her for her advice. Gangamma was getting restless although, she was taking care of the kid inside.

    Half an hour later, Gangamma came out of the house carraying his grandson and was standing in the hot sun. His son got angry and said ” Amma , what happned, why you have brought the infant kid and exposing him to sun unnecessarily” . Ganagamma replied “ Look son, I am also having the same problem, my son is also working in the hot sun for quite some time. But, he is not listening to me, so far.”.

    Her mother’s statement now worked on him and came down quickly and apologized to her mother. They had a good lunch and resumed the work in the afternoon.

    Friends: 1) Mother’s Love is so great. 2) you can empathize with others if you can genuinely feel their concern.

    Comment by ARK — December 1, 2006 @ 5:48 am | Reply


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