Thursday, January 16, 2014

Pure feelings reach out and bring benefit to others.

Message for the day 

Expression: When there is someone who is being negative, we tend to think or speak about the negativity we perceive at that time. To think about negativity is to imbibe a little of that negativity within our mind. Then our mind is no more pure and so whatever thoughts we have for that person don't have any positive influence and there is no benefit for them. 

Experience: If we see someone using some weakness, we need to pay special attention not to think or speak about it. Instead we need to concentrate on some speciality of the other person. This gives them the encouragement to use it. The more we see negative, the more negative they will be with us and the more we see positive the more positive they'll be with us. 

Soul Sustenance 

Defining Failure 

Given below are ‘some’ definitions of failure: 

• Depending on your perception: failure actually does not exist. 
• Staying stuck in what you could have done and haven't done. Letting your though patterns to be influence by the same. 
• Experiencing emotions of frustration, pain, suffering. 
• Losing your notion (idea) of the dream, of the ideal life you want to lead. 
• Not fulfilling set expectations. 
• Not having enough courage and bravery to walk through life. 
• Not being the ruler of your thoughts, feelings, actions and life in general. 
• Allowing yourself to be led by something negative that a particular situation causes. 
• Distancing yourself from your values. 
• Not being in harmony with your inner conscience (while performing actions). 
• When the self does not accept what life brings it. 
• Putting your life in the hands of, and blaming, others and circumstances with feelings of emptiness and confusion. 
• False expectations. 
• Excessive attachment. 
• Excessive materialism. 

Tomorrow we shall discuss some factors that bring us closer to failure. 

In Spiritual Service,
Brahma Kumaris

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