Rules of life from ancient Sanskrit
• Rules of life from ancient Sanskrit
When we are born, we were handed instructions on how we should live. Although there is no formula that would help us win the game of life, there are rules that convey universal wisdom. As they say wisdom comes with age, and many of these rules we have learned with each passing year of his life. Here are some rules about what it means to be a man, handed down to us from ancient Sanskrit.
1. You will receive a body.
You can love him or hate him, but it will be yours throughout your life.
2. You have learned the lesson.
you all the time enrolled in an informal school called life. Every day at school (and life) you have the opportunity to learn the lesson. You may like the lessons or you can consider them insignificant and stupid.
3. No error, only lessons.
Growth - is a process of trial, error and experimentation. Unsuccessful experiments are part of the same process as the experiments which were completed successfully.
4. A lesson is repeated until you have learned.
The lesson will be presented to you in various forms until you have learned. You can then move on to the next lesson.
5. The lessons do not end there.
There is the part of life in which there is no lesson. As long as you are alive, you will be lessons that you will need to learn.
6. There is nothing better than "now."
When "there" becomes "here", you will receive the following "out there" that will look better than "here."
7. Others - this is just your reflection.
When you love or hate something about another person, it reflects something you love or hate in yourself.
8. That what you do your life depends on you.
Do you have all the necessary tools and resources, and it depends on you, what will you do with them. The choice is always yours.
9. The answers are within you.
All the answers to life's questions lie inside you. All you have to do is look, listen and trust yourself.