November 2017 | Nikhil's Revolution #

Results of our actions

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🌿 Nikhil S. Pawar🌿
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The grass is always greener on the other side. We think thatour respective professions are the most challenging. But thetruth is that our challenges appear big in our eyes andsomeone else’s challenges seem insignificant. Magnifyingour problems and brushing aside the difficulties of otherswill lead to unhappiness, said M.A. Venkatakrishnan in adiscourse. There is a Panchatantra story about a washerman, hisdonkey and his dog. The donkey said to the dog, “You arelucky. You don’t have to carry loads of clothes. All you do issleep the whole day and keep watch at night.” The dog said:“All you do is carry the load to the river and while the mas-ter washes clothes you sleep. Then you come back home,carrying the washed clothes and rest again. But I have to bevigilant all the time.” So the two animals decided to swap duties. That night,the donkey sat up to guard its master’s possessions. A thieftried to sneak into the house, and the donkey brayed loudlyto warn its master. The washerman, woken from sleep, scol-ded the donkey for disturbing him. The dog, meanwhile,slept peacefully, while the thief made away with what hehad stolen. The next morning, the washerman discoveredthe theft and scolded the dog for being a useless guard. Thusthe animals learnt that each job comes with responsibilitiesand difficulties.We find fault with God for having made someone else’slife comfortable, while He has burdened us with problems.But it is not so at all. Only the wearer knows where the shoepinches and it is wrong to think that others have it easywhile we ourselves suffer. When something goes wrong in our lives, we blame theSupreme One. However, we are the ones to blame, for weface what we do in life because of our own actions.
⚘🌿⚘Be Positive Have A Nice Day Ahead⚘🕊🌿⚘

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