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 A Student Who Is Absorbed In Transcendental Knowledge And Who Subdues His Emotional Actions Will Quickly Attain The Supreme Authority In The Society. 

Date of Publish - Friday, 22nd December 2017

A student who is absorbed in transcendental knowledge and who subdues his emotional actions will quickly attain the supreme authority in the society.

A student who possesses the knowledge and who can concentrate on his studies will succeed in his life.

Winners don’t do different things. They do things differently. If we look at the achievers they never waste their valuable time in unproductive thoughts, they know that their level of thinking determines their success.

Knowledge helps you to succeed in your Journey, provided you must know what your goal is.

We are all well known with our Ramayana and Mahabharatha.

Here is a small instance from Mahabharatam

Once Dronacharya, desired to test his students. He arranged a wooden bird on a tree and called all his students one by one and asked to shoot the eye of the wooden bird. When all his students were ready, Dronacharya asked his students to describe all that they were able to see in front of them. All the students except Arjuna, described that they were able to see tree, garden, flowers and the branch where the wooden bird was suspended and the bird itself.

Guru, Dronacharya asked his students to wait and finally he asked Arjuna about what he could see in front of him. Arjuna replied, “that he could only see the Bird’s Eye”.

The above story is a mere epitome for Arjuna’s deligence, dedication and goal towards his work.

So, my dear student, to succeed in your journey you need dedication and devotion towards your desired goals.


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Friday, 22 December 2017

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