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Everything Is


 “You have to be out there, prominent, visible. You have to speak to people.” My husband told me this one hot afternoon over tea. We sat at the patio of our favorite cafe. The big umbrellas and huge sycamores spread their respective canopies over our heads. They stopped the sun, but not the heat. It was a lazy, slow and quiet afternoon and we were talking about marketing my sticks.

“You have to be out there, speaking, teaching” he said.

Teaching. This was not the first time we had this conversation and, not for the first time, I said: no. No teaching.

You see, I never wanted to be a teacher. During my early Buddhist years there was the subtle competition among students for the best understanding, the best posture, the best silence. The best meditation. Every student hoped, not very secretly, to be the chosen one. The one who will become an heir to the dharma. The one who will become the successor. I later moved on from Zen into other realms and everything changed — but that one thing did not. The desire to become a teacher among my fellow practitioners remained.

Except for me.

I saw nothing attractive in the teaching business, quite the opposite — the prospect scared me. Why? Because of the responsibility it carried. Because every time I spoke an advice, even a small, inconsequential one, I felt the weight of my words influencing the one who asked, nudging their perspective even if just a little bit, realigning their actions. And it was too much. It was too much to handle. For me.

Ha … you know … this is not what I was going to write. I was going to write about how I feel that there is no need for me to teach others because I can see who you are, all of you. I can see the perfection of you and I know that, sooner or later, you will see it as well. I was going to talk about what is simply being and, ultimately, being perfect but …

It is not all crap, exactly … but that is not the reason why I never wanted to be a teacher. Why I don’t want to be a teacher. The reason is that it terrifies me when my dog obeys my commands, let alone a human. It mortifies me that another creature, a free, autonomous creature puts its life in my hands and obeys me unquestioningly, absolutely. Even if it is only a little dog.

I cannot handle the responsibility of influencing others. So … I pretend that it’s my sticks doing it instead?

Huh, what a strange post this is…

What is a Guru and Do I Really Need One?

With the recent controversy surrounding the so-called yoga “guru,” John Friend, and the Anusara movement, it seems important to ask the questions, “What is a guru?” and the arguably more important, “do I really need a one?” Let’s start with the first question and go from there.

A guru, according to Advayataraka Upanishad, is someone who “destroys darkness.” A more common definition of the term, especially within the realm of Hinduism/yoga, is “teacher.” The “teacher” is knowledgeable and self-realized enough to guide initiates down the long, dark and winding path that leads to salvation or heaven or moksha or whatever you hope to find at the end of your particular tunnel. He cares for his disciples, and even when his actions appear cruel or misguided, his disciples believe and trust that what he does, he does for their benefit.

0aLikely, when I said “guru,” images of bearded men in saffron robes with red dots upon their brows popped into your mind. He was likely a swarthy man who chants and spouts ancient aphorisms with the aplomb of a demi-god. If you’re a bit more modern in your spiritual leanings, you may have pictured a less swarthy, less male individual, but probably equally adept at the spouting of spiritually significant aphorisms while sitting or standing in spiritually significant positions.

While these are certainly images of a guru, they are not the only or even most important ones, and being tied to any one image of what something is suppose to be, is the fastest way to get deceived. Things, in this crazy play we call life, are rarely as they seem.

In an article written by Dr. Shukavak Dasa regarding the guru/disciple relationship, he makes a distinction between three types of Gurus: Diksha, Shiksha and Chaitya.

The first, Diksha Guru, is the “initiating guru.” He (or she) is the one who brings you into the fold, performing all the necessary rites to get you started on the path. This is the person you rely on to gain your sea legs, so to speak.

The second guru, who isn’t necessarily mutually exclusive from the first, is the Shiksha Guru, or “instructing” Guru. This is the guru who, following your initiation, guides you along the new path as you develop spiritually on your way to…wherever it is you wish to go.

The third, and arguably most important, is the Chaitya Guru, or “the guru within.” This is, as Dr. Dasa describes it, “the voice of God.” Dr. Dasa further suggests (and I agree) that this is the original guru of which the others are simply representations. “The Kingdom of heaven is within you,” after all.

So do you need a guru? Yes… no… maybe… let’s get in a bit deeper before we tackle that one.

When you start out on the spiritual path (any path, really) you’ll likely require a teacher. Unless you are one of those blessed individuals who can “figure it out” on your own—and they do exist—a guru can be helpful in avoiding some of the more common pitfalls and dangers along the way.

A word of caution: “not all that glitters is gold.” That is to say studying in India, putting on a saffron robe and the holding of one’s hands at odd “spiritual” angles, does not a guru make. You are as likely to find a “guru” in a supermarket as you are in an ashram.

The gurus “Diksha” and “Shiksha” are important in giving you the initial training (if that is the right word) necessary to face whatever lies within the dark and mysterious forest—metaphorically speaking—through which you must pass on your way to…wherever it is you wish to go. This is where the relationship should end, and you should start to rely more on the guru within.

Like a child come of age, at some point—better sooner than later—the parent must let go or risk arresting the child’s development. The guru/disciple relationship is no different, or at least it shouldn’t be.

So how do you know when it’s time to let go? You don’t. You just let go. Come what may. There isn’t a religion in the world that doesn’t dedicate a significant chunk of its ancient tomes to the concept of faith, (not that faith is a concept.) There comes a time when we all must put away “childish things,” and stand on our own two (maybe more) spiritual feet. We must, as Joseph Campbell put it, “…enter the forest at the darkest point, where there is no path. Where there is a way or a path, it is someone else’s path. You are not on your own path. If you follow someone else’s way, you are not going to realize your potential.”

There was likely a time when you needed a guru, and that is perfectly fine. But there comes a time when you already know what to do and all that’s left to do is to do it. If your guru does not understand this, then he or she is no more a guru than a bear trap is a leg warmer.

Have faith. You know what to do. Now do it. “The kingdom of Heaven is within you.”

Ife, as all including his mother know him, is in the process of figuring things out. He understands that he probably should have figured something out by now given his age, but respectfully argues that he is in no rush and will, still respectfully, figure it out in his own time. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Grambling State University, a Master’s degree in Clinical/Counseling Psychology from Southern Methodist University, and a Doctorate in Experimental Psychology from the University of Texas at Arlington. He is currently using none of these degrees in an officially capacity, as he has decided (one of the few things he has managed to figure out) that all he wants to do—for better or worse, richer or poorer, till death do us part—is write.
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What’s in your flow?

I have been visualizing, imagining, and creating my future. I have been resonating with all of these thoughts, images, and feelings. I guess you can say I’ve been using the Law of Attraction-focusing on the positive, staying with high vibration thoughts and feelings, seeing the flip side of situations that most would see as negative. 

And still, in this process, I have learned something.

I believe I need to have physical forward momentum in manifesting my future. There is a practical real world side to these things or so i think. My vision includes relocating half way across the country (because this is where  I want to live right now) and as a self-employed healer I need to find clients (so i have an income). I can’t just show up to town and think I will have clients standing at my doorstep, right? I need to network and pound the virtual pavement or the actual pavement.

I have been contacting venues and practitioners thoughout the city I want to move to, pitching my program so i can have a place my work can call home. I soon realized that the doors aren’t opening, that the forward momentum is pushing back. So I continue to visualize my future.

I ran into a friend in a similar field who is being woo’d by one of the venues that is number one on my list of places with which to collaborate. Well, the doors are opening for her in my soon-to-be, hoped-for new town, and she’s choosing not to walk through that door!

I stepped back and realized that maybe, just maybe, i need to broaden my conversations with the people and places I am contacting. That maybe it is not my program I am supposed to be heck-bent on pushing, maybe there is something else I am supposed to do in this new town. Maybe I am to ask where is the gap in their programming and how can I help them. Maybe I need to be ok that the contents of the flow are unknown to me, instead of deciding what it is that I think should be flowing.

I am going to float with the flow and see where I go!

My Tree Of Life

 Last night, I dreamt that someone very important to me was a tree.

Not like Grandmother Willow from Pocahontas, with a face in the middle.

There was no indication that this person was actually a tree – it was sort of just this feeling that I had. I just knew that this person was this grand tree in front of me. 

And the funny thing was that this dream happened between the 2 minutes I fell asleep after receiving a phone call and woke up after receiving a text. So I don’t think there was even a beginning, middle, and end.

The tree (or person, should I say) had a thick trunk, deeply rooted in the ground below them. They branched out, fully extended with each limb full of green leaves. It was the tree of life reincarnate. 

I had a phone conversation with this tree/person the night before, and while there was no fighting or arguing, we both got off the phone feeling that something was off. This person is supposed to be a great source of strength for me, and yet I felt that our connection was not as strong as before and I was starting to fear that our relationship was changing negatively. I felt this person drifting away from me and while I wanted them to stay near me, I felt that expressing these feelings would be too selfish and needy. While I knew that I loved this person, I felt that I was failing miserably at communicating it through a phone call. 

The next morning, the person gave me a call because they were leaving on a trip, and I quickly fell asleep and into the dream after hanging up. Two minutes later, as I woke up from that dream after hearing my phone alert me of a text message, I had a strong sense of comfort, protection, and a grounded feeling – three feelings I was struggling with the night before. 

I woke realizing that though the leaves of the tree may dry, fall, bloom, and green again due to the weather, the trunk and the roots remain unchanged. The trunk only grows a little thicker, and the roots a little deeper – solidifying the trees existence and permanence on the land.

On the surface, our relationship will appear to change. But fundamentally, on a very basic and raw level, it will not. It will only grow thicker and deeper. 

This person is my own tree of life, appearing in my dreams just when I needed them to, reminding me that they are going to be there for me every step of the way no matter how the seasons change.

My person.

My life.

My tree.

R A M – The R A M Of Life – Respectfully

R A M – The R A M Of Life – Respectfully


R A M – Realization – Awareness – Management – Respectfully


R A M – Respectfully

We have inherited the very greatest of characteristical treasures ever; amongst which the virtues of realization, awareness and management represent their incredible importance’s in our daily lives respectively

The R A M Of Life – Respectfully

This is the foundation upon which the amazing processes of life are traversed

R A M – Computers – Respectfully

In computers the RAM (random access memory) is considered to be instrumentally crucial to the computer’s performance

R A M – Human Life – Respectfully

In human life, the RAM (realization, awareness and management) are pivotal factors that determine and have a profound impact on each and every aspect of life considerably

Parent’s Advice – Respectfully

This is why time and again, when we tend to reflect upon our Parent’s advice – it is a wealth of wealth’s that is within us that they seek to awaken

True – Respectfully

Our Parent’s always seek to inspire us to recognize our true identities – our true nature – our true selves

R A M – The R A M Of Life – Respectfully

R A M – Realization – Awareness – Management – Respectfully

There is indeed so much more attributable and commendable to the virtues of realization, awareness and management – that each encompasses another R A M within themselves as well respectively

R A M Within The R A M – Respectfully

The RAM within the RAM being the Revelation – Amazement & Miracles of Life respectively

N O W – Respectfully

Amongst the greatest miracles of life being the living with the awareness – the living in the now

Prelude – Respectfully

The above few words humbly expressed are a brief prelude since the journey of life encompasses profound insights and amazement’s within each and every precious moment infinitely

Keep Discovering Your True Nature Your True Self Love, Light and Wisdom; God Bless, Vashi Ram Chandi
Intuition; Respectfully

Let us seek to awaken our inner wisdom ; our higher consciousness; Let us seek to develop our intuition; Intuition is our inner guidance and compass of life- Intuition is the wisdom of the Soul – God Bless

God Bless; Respectfully

May One and All be Blessed with a Vision of Good Health, Happiness, Joy, Prosperity, Progress and Wisdom always; God Bless

Love, Light and Wisdom,

God Bless,


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“Where is Home?”

 Where is home?  That’s a good beginning for all of us.  In fact that is the beginning, when we first realize that there’s something missing, something lacking.  We don’t know what it is.  It’s a mystery.  Yet we have this sense, there’s a kind of awakening to what we could call spirituality, or just awareness, and we begin to seek for what it is that is missing, because we don’t have a clue what it is.

The awakened mind is always sending out a kind of signal.  The awakened mind, whatever we want to call it, is always trying to emerge, always trying to call us home.  Someone once said that our only ailment is homesickness, and that we’re sick because we’re not at home; and yet, of course, wherever we are is home.  But we don’t feel that; we feel alienated from our own home and from ourself.

So I think one of the things we’re always looking for is how to be at home wherever we are, how to be home in our own body, how to be home in our self.  It’s like a homing instinct.  We’re like the pigeon that seems to have this amazing ability to find its way home.

I call it the Mind that Seeks the Way or the Truth.  Sometimes that mind is not awakened.  The moment it does awaken, our life really changes.  At that moment our priorities seem to shift.  A lot of the things that up until then seemed so important —security, fame, possessions, wealth — all those things suddenly seem to take a back seat.  What becomes much more important is our own discovery of who we are.


Zen Master Genpo Roshi founded the Kanzeon Sangha, an international Zen community in 1984, with groups and centers throughout Europe and the U.S., and is abbot of Big Mind Western Zen Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, which he founded in 1993. He discovered the Big Mind process in 1999. His newest book is Big Mind Big Heart: Finding Your Way.   You can visit his website at: www.bigmind.org


GOD , JESUS-‘Christ’ & ‘Service to the poor’ : Vivekanada’s Thoughts

 Series -‘GOD IS GREAT’ ( Blog Entry No.7)

                            GOD, JESUS-‘Christ’ and ‘service to poor’ :  Some Thoughts of Swami Vivekananda
Some Thoughts of Swami Vivekanada, an Indian Monk are presented here with an ‘INTENT’ of spreading the message of Global Cross Cultural/Inter-Cultural Understanding one of the purpose of this Blog :
See God in his  son- "Christ" and other messengers: 
“But mark this giant that came; centuries and ages pass, yet the energy that he left upon the world is not yet stretched, nor yet expended to its full. It goes on adding new vigour as the ages roll on.
Now what you see in the life of ‘Christ’ is the life of all the past. The life of every man is, in a manner, the life of the past. It comes to him through heredity, through surroundings, through education, through his own reincarnation–the past of the race. In a manner, the past of the earth, the past of the whole world is there, upon every soul.
What are we, in the present, but a result, an effect, in the hands of that infinite past? What are we but floating wavelets in the eternal current of events, irresistibly moved forward and onward and incapable of rest? But you and I are only little things, bubbles. There are always some giant waves in the ocean of affairs, and in you and me the life of the past race has been embodied only a little; but there are giants who embody, as it were, almost the whole of the past and who stretch out their hands for the future.
These are the sign-posts here and there which point to the march of humanity; these are verily gigantic, their shadows covering the earth–they stand undying, eternal! As it has been said by the same Messenger, "No man hath seen God at any time, but through the Son." And that is true. And where shall we see God but in the Son?
It is true that you and I, and the poorest of us, the meanest even, embody that God, even reflect that God. The vibration of light is everywhere, omnipresent; but we have to strike the light of the lamp before we can see the light.
The Omnipresent God of the universe cannot be seen until He is reflected by these giant lamps of the earth–the Prophets, the man-Gods, the Incarnations, the embodiments of God.”
Religion is realization of GOD:

"Many years ago, I visited a great sage of our own country, a very holy man. we talked of our revealed books, the Vedas, of Bible, of Koran and of revealed books in general. At the close of the talk, this good man asked me to go to the table and take up a book; it was a book which among other things contained a forecast of the rainfall during the year. The sage said "Read That". And I read out the quantity of rain that was to fall. He said, "Now take the book and squeeze it". I did so and he said "Why, my boy, not a drop of water comes out. Until the water comes out, its all book, So until your religion makes you realise God, it is useless".

"A man may believe in all the religions  in the world, he may carry in his head all the sacred books ever written, he may baptise himself in all the rivers on the earth, still if he has no perception of God, I would class him with the rankest atheist. And a man may have never entered a temple, nor he performed any ceremony, but if he ‘feels God’ within himself and is thereby lifted above the vanities of the world, that man is ‘holy man’, a saint".

‘My God is ‘the poor’ /service to the poor is service to God:
"…And may I be born again and again, and suffer thousands of miseries so that I may worship the only God that exists, the only God I believe in, the sum total of all souls-and above all, my God the wicked, my God the miserable. My God the poor of all races, of all species, is the special object of worship."
"Look upon every man, woman, and everyone as God. You cannot help anyone, you can only serve: Serve the children of the Lord; serve the Lord Himself, if you have the privilege. If the Lord grants that you can help any one of His children, blessed you are; do not think too much of yourselves. Blessed you are that that privilege was given to you when others had it not. Do it only as worship. I should see God in the poor, and it is for my ‘salvation’ that I go and worship them. The poor and the miserable are for our salvation, so that we may serve the Lord, coming in the shape of the diseased, coming in the shape of lunatic, the leper, and the sinner!"
Posted Master:  @run , through "Intent’ Postoffice

Real Change Happens

Wow, it was a great workshop this past weekend in Los Angeles. 

It made me see something about the seeking mind. When you really watch it in action, particularly on the task of seeking truth, it’s an amazing and beautiful thing to see. The “mind that seeks the way” can be so sharp and so persistent, and this directed energy can help one to uncover deeply profound truths.

What’s interesting is that these truths are not realized so much as the mind that seeks the way, but rather when the shift is made from the seeking mind to the non-seeking mind. As the non-seeking mind, my view is from the absolute, where the mechanisms of our apparent reality can be clearly seen.

 Then, from this place, Big Heart arises, which is the Apex and from here we feel the pain and suffering of the world in vivid detail, and within the context of our own lives.

 At the LA workshop, I witnessed the tears of joy and sadness that naturally arise when we have this direct experience of the true nature of our lives. It’s my hope that all people can one day see this, because from this direct experience, real change will come to the world.


Genpo Roshi founded the Kanzeon Sangha, an international Zen community in 1984, with groups and centers throughout Europe and the U.S., and is abbot of Big Mind Western  Zen Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, which he founded in 1993. He discovered the Big Mind process in 1999. His newest book is Big Mind Big Heart: Finding Your Way.  He will be holding a two week retreat this Spring in Salt Lake City, UT, more at: www.bigmind.org

Disasters and new beginnings.


   Life is strange in many ways, but if we really stop analyzing it so much we can see that it all makes perfect sense. All of us have at some point or other faced situations that we thought were definitely going to be the end of our life as we know it. Crises which were so overwhelming that we could not see a way out. At that point many of us ask ourselves one question…WHY? Why now? Why me? Why this? and a whole lot more why’s.

   In my own life I have realised that the best way to deal with situations like this is to just step back and just BE. No questions, no second guesses, no rationalizations, no ‘if only I did this instead of that’. When we can achieve silence of our inner thoughts, then answers start materializing, solutions appear and night turns into a brand new day. Life is a cycle of dark and light. There’s always going to be a  night in our experiences which is surely followed by a day. The nights are there for a purpose. Not just because God thought it would be fun to watch us jump through hoops but because during every period of light (happiness, contentment, learning and discovery) we learn important life lessons and the periods of darkness are a necessary  means of allowing us to put into practice what we have learnt. For example if we take a course in Basic Life Support or CPR, aren’t we preparing ourselves for an emergency where we can use this knowledge to save a life? So challenging times are just tests of our skills and knowledge. It should serve to only make us stronger and reinforce what we have learnt.

   We can only truly control our own minds, and our thoughts and feelings. We cannot control the actions of others and should not even try to do so. Everyone of us is a reflection of each other. So when we learn to just "be in the now" experiencing life as it happens instead of worrying about things we cannot change, thats when a new beginning emerges out of the dust of disaster.

Realization for Youth; The Essence / Significance of Time

Realization for Youth; The Essence / Significance of Time

This post is not intended to offend anyone’s sentiments, it is but a humble request / appeal for encouragement

The encouragement pertains to inspiring The Youth, to encourage them to invest their time wisely in pursuit of activities that would enhance the scope of their academic and professional achievements brilliantly

With the advance of the technological era, there have been various factors that have to a certain extent distracted The Youth from their Studies

This does not apply to one and all but it might be possible that certain segment of the Youth might have got influenced by the technology gadgets considerably

This is respectfully and earnestly seeking and hoping a moderation, a balance will be identified whereby the involvement with communication is well managed and not that it dominates

What happens is that The Youth are fascinated at the pace of communications and expression, that they can establish acquaintances with so many People instantly all across the World

However, this facilitation, this convenience is intended to be for a meaningful purpose whereby recreation is allotted a certain time frame since if The Youth were to stay awake until late in the night communicating with their Friends, this would apparently influence and have a significant impact on their attention the following day

And with this type of a continual routine, the process would elongate to a considerable extent whereby it would be taking away precious time intended for study to trivial communication relating to topics that might not have any benefit on their academic work at all

It is all the silent but inadvertent change of routines which gradually sets in and once it sets in, they tend to appear uncomfortable when changed or corrected

The Youth feel that their Parents are reprimanding them for no reason or picking upon them deliberately yet not realizing that their Parents are sincerely seeking the Benefit and Progress of their Children

No Parent would wish that their Children grow up in a Society where they are not able to take care of their respective Assignments Responsibly

Every Parent wishes that their Children are able to contribute to their respective Societies by investing their endeavors meaningfully and constructively and all of this comes about by learning effectively and meaningfully instead of trying to balance the Internet Communication / Chats along with their Academic Responsibilities

What happens is that the Youth might think that they will catch up later on when they just finish catching up with their Circle of Friends respectively; however they tend to forget that when allotting a considerable segment of their time to trivial talk and ignoring their academic assignments without responsibility, they pave the path for greater difficulties when exams are approaching since they scramble all the time possible when the exams are nearing and in the process tend to stay awake till late in the nights and wake up very early in the mornings with the hope that they will be able to recuperate what time has been inadvertently lost

It is but natural that the Youth require to communicate and keep in contact with one another, exchange ideas, keep pace, be aware, be knowledgeable; however the reality is that when needing to Perform on the Stage of Life, it is not only the Internet Chats / the Communications / the Knowledge accumulated in the chat rooms that would be helpful

Of course the chats and communication would be helping to enjoy a particular time frame but this would not assist in the Academic and Professional pursuits since in Life each and every one needs to Perform and Prove their credentials,they simply cannot be able to prove their smartness by knowing certain aspects while not knowing the certain crucial aspects that are needed to be known essentially, namely the academic and professional aspects

The Youth have to remember that a lot of Hopes are pinned on them, they are our Future Leaders, our Future Architects and Engineers, our Future Doctors and Surgeons, our Future Teachers, our Future Technicians, our Future Leaders in Different Walks / Arenas of the Current and Future Portfolios; They have a lot of Responsibility on their Shoulders and they are indeed Capable of Wisely and Efficiently navigating and coordinating the respective processes

However, a gentle, kind and sincere appeal and Request is conveyed to The Youth who might be deviating from their academic and future professional Responsibilities to Please kindly consider and understand that while they are Appreciated and Admired, they are expected to perform and deliver Results; so if they could allot a certain amount of time each and every day by preparing a check list / a fact sheet of the progress they have made; to prepare a Road and Mind Map which has a Meaningful and Constructive Vision and to keep pace with the time frames Responsibly by allotting certain times for certain activities meticulously

This is an time discipline request where a certain protocol needs to be essentially observed, whereby there is a careful and wise management of time always Please, Thank you very Much

When reference is made to The Youth who spend an extensive period of time relating to Internet Communication / Chats and mixing this with their Academic Responsibilities; it is being humbly communicated and not that it is being pointed out to discriminate or bring out the discrepancies or weak points, in fact there are so many brilliant Youth who are able to capably manage both the academic and additional Internet communications / chats effectively; however the essence of this post is not intended at all in way to offend or go against what is being done; there is no reinventing of the wheel here, it is simply being humbly requested that an effective time management protocol be implemented whereby this helps to lead to an effective time management and useful resource management as well

All the aspects being mentioned are in Good Faith and with Good Intentions; The Youth inspire One another and when one Group of Youth start their own innovative methods of time management relating to Internet Chat / Communications responsibly, this would thereby encourage their Friends / Acquaintances to follow like wise since those that embark onto the well managed / efficient time managed routines relating to Internet Chat / Communications responsibly would perceive a remarkable change in their time plans since they would be having more time to invest in their academic curriculum with more attention and awareness

In fact, The Youth look at The Pioneers, The Champions, Their Role Models and are fascinated and as they know that  The Pioneers, The Champions, Their Role Models have all worked hard / diligently and wisely at each and every step of their careers and are continually striving responsibly each and every day with a disciplined approach in their respective spheres to accomplish meaningful results and excel consistently;

Hence, if they wish to emulate The Pioneers, The Champions, Their Role Models; they need to pursue a disciplined and diligent approach, where each and every aspect relating to their academic and professional endeavors are meticulously monitored, strategized and regulated whereby a consistent accountability / awareness / responsibility reminder is prevalent and essentially and appropriately implemented; it is to be noted and understood that while going about the process of emulation The Youth should not take unnecessary risks or embark upon taking steps that could jeopardize any aspect of their or others well being in any way whatsoever; if they wish to become like and achieve what The Pioneers, The Champions, Their Role Models have achieved, they will need to Responsibly pursue a step by step disciplined and meticulous approach that is having due diligence, prudent acumen, accountability, responsibility and observance of a host of other factors apart from strict / explicit observance and compliance of Rules, Terms and Conditions, Respective Laws and Regulations consistently.

There is no short cut or quick fix way, every process needs to be carefully understood and steps taken with complete Responsibility and Awareness, it is not that anyone has to go through a particular experience of emulating The Pioneers, The Champions, Their Role Models; and wondering why it takes so long to achieve the respective accomplishment / results, NO, NOT at all ; this is not a race or a game. This is about a Responsible and Well Planned step by step approach where each and every step is taken carefully and Responsibly and Accountably Please.

Apart from the above brief set of details mentioned, time and again, it is sincerely requested and emphasized that to Please take each and every Step with Awareness, Accountability and Complete Responsibility, it cannot be simply attributed by shifting the blame onto another example seen on The Internet, on The Television or at a Performance; what The Pioneers, The Champions, Their Role Models;accomplish is also pre cautioned and advised to the viewer or the concerned Person that they should not take any risk or attempt to emulate / copy the said action / performance or related event since The Pioneers, The Champions, Their Role Models; do not wish that any harm befalls anyone at any instance whatsoever

If a Novice or a Professional, whosoever, Whensoever, Wheresoever, Howsoever; Irrespective and Regardless of who it might be should not attempt or test emulating The Pioneers, The Champions, Their Role Models; but learn from what they have seen and understand the significance / the meaning and excel in their respective academic and professional assignments brilliantly. Like it is said that each and every one of us are good at a particular activity and have a passion to be become / aspire to become a Doctor, a Surgeon, a Teacher, a Technician, a Leader in a Particular Walk / Arena of the Current and Future Portfolios; hence keeping this vision / this objective in perspective embarking upon venturing into the respective directions, attending to the respective assignments / agendas BUT with Responsibility and Accountability Please

Please kindly Think Carefully and Act Responsibly, Thank you very much

Like it is said, no pain, no gain, but the essence of this means that pain is relating to the investment in hard work with due diligence and prudent acumen, the pain does not mean inflicting injury or towards keeping awake late hours only when exams are imminent / approaching; it is encouraging to effectively manage the time wisely and allot certain time particularly for certain activities whereby an effective set of academic and professional results are hoped for / envisaged.

Where gain is concerned, this will accrue and results will be provided once the respective steps relating to the processes / a disciplined, meaningful and constructive regimen is observed and sincerely implemented since every action has a reaction and steps that are taken wisely and thoughtfully with awareness, accountability and responsibility, each have their own role in shaping the design of the results enterprisingly.

Once again, it is sincerely repeated that this post is not intended to offend anyone’s sentiments in any ways whatsoever, it is but a humble request / appeal for encouragement

Be The Very Best You can Be / Become, But Please be Responsible and Aware;

To Your Academic and Professional Success,

Best Wishes,
Vashi Ram Chandi

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