Saturday, July 18, 2020

હું બનું વિશ્વ માનવી -જનરલ નોલેજ બુક ભાગ -1 PDF | HU banu vishva manvi

Something happens every day in our lives. We call the event good or bad. We evaluate each event in its own way. A bad event may look good in the future.If this incident had not happened, it would not
have happened. We cannot accept an event as just an event. We directly consider the advantages and disadvantages. We get disturbed by small incidents. We want everything according to our convenience.
A young man was riding a bike. Was in a hurry to come. The bike had a puncture. He was in a bad mood. We have to accept that something bad is happening. We don't have to walk in it. Our happiness and sorrow depends on how we accept it. By disturbing we are only spoiling our mood and mind. He went to the young puncturer. Puncher was punching, while the young man was throwing punches. It all happens at the right time. 

Nothing happens when married. There are obstacles only when there is haste. The puncture was about to fall. After hearing the whole thing, the puncher said, "Thank God the puncture happened." The young man said, "What is there to thank for this?" The puncture maker said that given the condition of the tires, it seems that the tires may have been torn! Imagine for a moment that you have moved into the earl's karma-driven world. Suddenly the bike crashes and crashes! This is just a puncture! you survived!What is our mindset? If we know that we are going to be spoiled, then we think less is better! The second is a young man. He was riding a bike. Slept. Started on foot.

 The swelling is gone. It was painful. It looks like a sack that attaches to the drawstring. Fifteen days of bed will come. Went to the hospital. The doctor took an X-ray. This said, no fracture! The young man hadhed! Thank God, no fractures! Why do we compare what happens to us for more serious events? Probably as a factor why they are doing so poorly. Again, we do not even see the event as an event! Life is. Events are going to happen. It can be both good and bad.A girl went to the saint. He asked the saint, good and intoxicating events happen in our lives, what to keep in mind? The saint said, to prolong what we think and to shorten what we think bad! Pull a good event. Shrink a bad event. If something good happens, extend the time. Try to have a little more fun. 

Do not let the intoxication of happiness and bliss end in one stroke. What do we do? Good events are quickly forgotten. We keep bad events at bay. Really needs to be reversed. Bad events do not leave the mind quickly. Why do you let go.It is never going to be what we want. There is also much to dislike. Went to a young philosopher. He said to the philosopher, "Pray for something good to happen!" The philosopher asked, what happened? "There are always issues in life," Young said. There is hardly another problem. Dad's health deteriorated. He got dizzy and fell down. Was taken to the hospital. All reports created. We feared something serious would happen. However, all reports came back normal. It all goes on. The philosopher started laughing! Asked the young man, why are you smiling? The philosopher asked. Did all of Dad's reports come back normal? The young man said. Yes, absolutely normal. The philosopher said that this meant that nothing bad had happened! Is it better not to be bad now? You think this is a problem when Dad falls, but you have no objection when the report is normal! It is very good in life, we do not think it is good. How we understand an event is also often the cause of our happiness or sorrow!

હું બનું વિશ્વ માનવી -Part-1 
Good drug users are bound to come into life. Some relationships become good when they are built. Slowly, the reality is revealed. In which hour is a man also judged? It is bound to be in friendship and love. Do we feel the same when we are different?
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