Friday, January 17, 2014

The one with true mercy fills hope even in the ones who are hopeless.

Message for the day 

Expression: When we see someone who is in need or who is totally negative, a case that is totally hopeless, there are a lot of feelings aroused within us. What we feel is pity or hatred, which are only negative feelings. Such negative thoughts don't help in anyway and the people remains as they are, unable to take any benefit from us. 

Experience: Instead of having pity or hatred we need to develop true mercy for others. To have mercy means to have good wishes with love - combined with hope for them. It is our hope that enables them to develop faith in themselves too. This is the method to bring progress even in the most hopeless case. 

Soul Sustenance 

Factors that Bring Us Closer To Failure 

Given below are ‘some’ factors that bring us closer to failure: 

• Dejection and Disillusion. 
• Fear. 
• Ignorance. 
• Confusion. 
• Influences. 
• Mental weakness. 
• Insecurity. 
• Inexperience. 
• Ego, arrogance. 
• Mistrust. 
• Attachment, dependencies. 
• Excuses, laziness, putting off. 
• Excess of acceptance with submission. 
• Fear of being yourself. 
• Making judgements without an objective vision. 
• Nervousness. 
• Not taking on limits. 
• Low self-esteem. 
• Blockages. Not going forward. 
• Intolerance. 
• Rigidity – inability to adapt to different situations. 

In Spiritual Service,
Brahma Kumaris

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