By J. M. Mehta
As the identify indicated, 75 how one can Happiness is a useful selection of seventy five value-based tales written and compiled by way of the well known writer, J. M. Mehta. every one tale starts off with a line of knowledge expressing the crux of the tale and educating an easy, yet vital worth of existence which may be imbibed by means of all and sundry to stay satisfied and develop into successful.
There is usually a field on the finish of every tale names "Something Extra". this is often the place the writer has emphasised the deep, internal that means hidden in the tale highlighting the ethical worth linked to it to stick chuffed and contented in life.
Therefore, pricey readers, plow through those seventy five necessary choice of tales and enlighten your brain and soul.
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On the papers, the date of graduation was written, along with words, ‘PAID IN FULL’ what a surprise! Who is Your Real Friend? Noble Deeds double up as Friends and Fame in life! A person was accidentally framed for a crime that he did not commit. He was issued a warrant. He had three friends and he asked one of them to testify to his innocence as a witness. The friend said. “I cannot move out of this house. ” He, therefore, had to approach others. ” The third friend said. ” This is the story of our life.
When I went to find a bad person, I could not find any. ’ Thus we need not find faults in others, but look within ourselves and remove our own faults. In another doha, kabir points towards the insecurity and miseries of life and says:- Chalti chakki dekh ke, Diya kabira roye Do patun kek beach main, Sabut bacha na koye. It means that nothing remains intact between the two grinding stones; life is all full of insecurity and miseries. Aise vaani boliye, Man ka aapa khoye, Aapan ko sheetal kare, Auron ko sukhe deye.
Surprisingly, for the young man, nobody was ready to die and all the relatives excused themselves on some pretext or another. ” The disciple was hearing everything and he got up suddenly and touched the feet of the holy man, who was none else, but his Guru. The disciple then said, “Sir, I will follow you. ” Face of Humility It is easy to find faults in others, but difficult to look for it within oneself. A man, after realising that he was a great sinner, went to a holy person and said, “Sir, I am a great sinner.