Has Insensitiveness Has deviated the present day youth from focussing on their goals

What’s is Sensitivity?_The ability of being sensitive. Those who are sensitive often feel weak. Some people ares sensitive to themselves but insensitive to others. They often feel that others are ‘bad guys’. Those who are sensitive to others but not to themselves often end up feeling ‘poor me’. Some conclude its better not to be sensitive as sensitivity brings pain. They shut off.
H.H Sri Sri Ravi Shankar writes in one of his books

“If you’re not sensitive,you will lose all the finer things in life too_intuition,beauty and ecstasy of life. ”

Sensitive people does not recognize that their sensitivity is their strength and insensitive people refuse to recognize their weakness. Being sensitive has got its own pros and cons. Just give it a thought on how it affects our goals. Many of us think that both are independent aspects,even I had the same perception until I wrote this. And mind you most of us will be convinced by the end of this article and will be compelled to give it another perspective,another view,a whole new vision -how being insensitive can deviate you from your goals.

Sensitivity is a feeling; we are all sensitive. The people who turn away from being sensitive becomes insensitive. Feelings,good or bad are radiations which are reflected and absorbed by us all day round and at the end of the day,we are full of it. Instead of suppressing these radiations, you can use it to drive your ambitions and benefit yourself and others. It is the very energy or determination, an unfailing self motivation to keep you moving towards your goal, no matter how many hurdles flood your way. To achieve our goals,we need motivation, Energy and sensitiveness gives us this energy. The challenge is to find this motivation and face the obstacles,setbacks,fear and use self-criticism for betterment. Sensitivity compels us to analyze our setbacks and think about them. Recently we were distributed our mid semester tests papers and I was really ashamed of myself ,bottom line I cried. I don’t even remember myself ever feeling this bad cause of my marks. Instead of ignoring them or turning my back on them, I resolute to change it. I know I have it in me what it takes to change it and here is my opportunity to consider my efforts,mistakes and learn from them. And this very realization,self-criticism has driven me to put my best foot forward ,to work harder and achieve my goals*. Sensitive people focus on bettering their lives,analyzing their progress.etc. They often have high bars for themselves. They evolve towards these high standards momentarily. This constant drive to keep bettering oneself paves the way for arrival of satisfaction, joy from the accomplishment of the new and a elevated respect for self and one’s life.
Sensitivity even holds importance in relationships. We are aware of people’s feeling and so are they,about our nature,behavior. Our sensitive nature,thinking will give them a sense of dependablitly of our communication skills,interpersonal skills and fosters one’s emotional intelligence which is of great importance for career and achieving our goals
We are worried about deadlines of doing our work properly and are often caught by dogma which is action decision based on people’s thinking _what people will think. If we are little careful,conscious and blend this sensitivity with natural awareness,passion for work; nothing can stop us from achieving our goals-bottom Line you must be sensitive
Insensitive people often lack the energy,the self criticism and sensitiveness. Although they do not suppress the radiations,they shun it,avoid it which deviates them from their goals. The present day youth,not only youth but everyone today is self-centric and becoming insensitive resulting in failures to attain the satisfaction and their goals; and this frustration often leads to flourishing of criminal mindset and Sucidal tendencies.
It is sensitivity,not ruthlessness,that helps us reach our goals. And it’s authenticity ,not the suppression of true self,that drives us to our dreams.
Sensitivity is intuition,sensitivity is compassion,sensitivity is love,sensitivity is real strength,calmness,endurance,silence,non reactiveness, confidence ,faith__and a smile 😊

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I’ll Ride With You

Finding My Sunshine

You know, every time I hear that some idiot has gotten hold of a gun and committed unspeakable crimes I brace myself for the almost inevitable revelation that he or she was “mentally ill.”

Then, in that moment, in addition to the horror of violence, the destruction of lives, and the grieving of loved ones and communities, stigma is resurrected. All the work we all do to reduce stigma, to educate others, to prove to society that the mentally ill are not dangerous and should not be feared or discriminated against becomes moot. These unspeakable acts offer proof to society that the mentally ill ARE dangerous. That we should be feared. And we, as advocates of mental health, need to work that little bit harder once more.

The same can be said for Muslim communities. Except, unlike mental illness which is largely invisible, Muslim individuals cannot hide their faith. And, quite…

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WRITING & READING, DEMOCRACY & DESPOTISM

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Two writers, two talks, two beautifully-expressed arguments about the writer and his or her responsibilities, to the reader, to the craft, to the world. The first is a talk that Philip Pullman gave at the World Humanist Congress in Oxford this summer. I was lucky enough to be in the Sheldonian Theatre to listen to it, a talk that was, as so few are, thoughtful, provocative, illuminating and inspiring all at the same time. It has been republished in the latest issue of New Humanist. When I listened to Pullman, there was a section on the relationship between the writer and the reader that particularly struck me. Re-reading it in New Humanist, it still does; so I am republishing that section here. The whole talk is worth reading, though, so do get the latest issue of New Humanist, for Philip Pullman, and much else.

The second talk was…

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Priyanka Chopra’s resolute to get back deep in her culture this coming year ..

Let’s see how she’s up

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OVERWHELMED AND OVERWORKED: PRIYANKA CHOPRA STRUGGLES TO FIND HERSELF

Priyanka Chopra can’t easily be summed up in a sentence. The former Miss World (she won the title in 2000) is a Bollywood star, recording artist, model (in December 2013 she became the first Indian GUESS girl), humanitarian (she’s a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador), and activist (she promotes the education of girls in India through her namesake charity, The Priyanka Chopra Foundation). All that in one person? Sounds like Chopra, or PC as her friends call her, would have to be superhuman to pull it all off. Only she isn’t. Like us, she struggles to get enough sleep, worries too much, and can’t resist her junk food cravings.

How do I know? Because she told me(us) And every month on ELLE.com, in a new column, “Pret-a-Priyanka,” Chopra will open up about her life, struggles, and her guilty pleasures.

I’m sitting in a meditative posture. We call it the Sukhasan or happy posture. Spine straight, ankles on top of each other, shoulders pulled back and chest pulled upward. I’m taking steps to steady my mind: slow focused breaths to bring all my attention to my center. The slow breathing calms the mind and I can now easily tackle life’s challenges…not.

I am, in reality, sitting on the set of my latest film, which happens to be a period drama set in an era 500 years ago. I am slumped in my chair, right in the middle of a creative breakdown. My breathing is erratic, probably due to the four espresso shots I’ve inhaled in the past half hour while simultaneously wolfing down a bowl of my comfort food (lentils and rice). I have my overbooked schedule up on the laptop in front of me, with 17 emails that are marked ‘URGENT-REQUIRES IMMEDIATE ATTENTION.’ My director is calling for the next shot, and my phone is buzzing like a bumblebee on ecstasy. The world is spinning and I am in no frame of mind to make sense of my day, let alone my life!

This isn’t right. I come from the mystical East: the land of yoga, meditation, the Bhagavad Gita, and one of the most learned civilizations of the world. And here I am, unable to call upon my ancestors to use their infinite wisdom to calm my raging mind! I am as lost as a mosquito on the moon. (Yo! Where are all the people at!?)

What boggles my mind is the fact that many of my friends and colleagues in the US have somewhere stumbled upon the teachings of my great country and have managed to incorporate its lessons of peace, love, and happiness quite effectively into their lives. And yet here I sit, the daughter of two brilliant minds [Ed. note: PC’s parents, Ashok and Madhu Chopra, are both physicians], friends with some of the most intelligent and well-rounded human beings and all I have is…zip…nada…nothing.

So, given that the New Year is around the corner, I made a resolution: To dig into my culture and traditions and find myself; to strive to attain Nirvana (or some smidgen of it). But where to begin?

I came up with a little 10-step game plan. And since I figured I couldn’t be the only one feeling a little disconnected, I’m sharing it with you.

Make a neat space on your desk or dining room table so you can approach this without clutter. Grab a set of note cards and a pen. Write down each response on a separate note card:

1. Describe yourself in seven words. Try to focus more on the emotional and spiritual aspects of yourself, rather than get caught up in physical. (I know that’s easier said than done.)
2. Is this how your friends and family would describe you?
3. Do these descriptors make you happy?

Take a break. Get yourself a bowl of ice cream or whatever indulgence takes you to a happy space. Breathe. Now back to the exercise.

4. Write down the 5 things that upset you this year in descending order of importance.
5. Write down the 5 things that made you happy this year in descending order of importance.
6. Write down 5 things that make you really happy. It could be anything from soaking in a hot tub to date night with your significant other.

Now put down your pen, put away your phone, and switch off the TV or music if it’s on. Sit in your favorite chair. Close your eyes and focus on your breathing: In…out…in…out. Do this for 10 minutes without any distractions. Now back to our little exercise…

7. Write down all the thoughts that ran through your head in those 10 minutes.
8. List down the names of people you genuinely love spending time with, the ones that don’t judge and accept you for who you are. The ones you can be yourself with. Next to each name, write down the last time you hung out with or spoke to them.
9. Write down one big secret you never told anyone…you know, the one that inconveniently rears its head from time to time. Now list the names of the person or people you want to share this with.
10. What is your mantra for your life? Don’t have one? Find one!

Now put these cards away. Don’t touch them for two days. In two days, take some alone time, and revisit them.

I know what you’re thinking: What is the point of this exercise?

Well, I felt that it helped ME understand ME. It helped me be more honest. I was also quite surprised by some of my responses, and in the weeks and months to follow, I used these note cards to make a lot of difficult decisions, and some small yet important changes.

Have I attained Nirvana? Yes…I bought their album on iTunes a few days ago! But all kidding aside, I feel that I’ve begun a journey of self-discovery.

Will it work for you? I’m not sure. But I hope that it will give you a few moments of ‘me-time,’ unlike anything you’ve experienced before.

As George Bernard Shaw said…”Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating

SAVE INNOCENCE OF CHILDREN,PREVENT CRIME AGAGINST WOMEN,HELP INDIA DEVELOP

ALP_INDIA IS RUNNING A VERY NOBEL PETITON >>LETS HELP THIS ORGANISATION REACH ITS GOAL AND HELP TO MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE..

LETS STAND OUT AGAINST PORN CULTURE AND ERADICATE IT FROM OUR NATION.
CRIMES AGAINST WOMEN ARE INCREASING DAY BY DAY,IN A CERTAIN WAY,IT IS A DIRECT CONSEQUENCE OF PORN CULTURE SPREADING ITS ROOTS HERE IN INDIA.IF YOU WANT THE SISTERS,MOTHERS OF OUR INDIA TO FEEL SECURE…THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO CONTRIBUTE. GIVE YOUR CHILDREN A HEALTHY NETWORK ENVIRONMENT AND HELP PREVENT FURTHER INCREASE IN CRIMES AGAINST WOMEN. STAND OUT!!

No Indian is unaware of our country’s cultural heritage and the place of women in India and also well aware of the contrasting present situation regarding women in India.We are forgetting our Cultural and as a result we’re not able to preach the same and are passing our priceless cultural heritage to our children to our chilren. If we didn’t act now may be one day,we’ll be very late sooner or later. Don’t wait for other to take initiative, BE ONE.
With the help of this platform, I would like to request HRD MINITRY OF INIDA, to introduce DNS Security in Indian cyberspace to stop the deadly virus of porn industry to affect the innocence of today’s generation of Innocent Indians. You can’t eradicate porn industry from its root but surely can STOP it from establishing its root here in INDIA.
Please my fellow citizens of India,it’s now or never..stop your small,cute,innocent,nephews,neices and children from the abysses of porn industry and from losing their innocence.
Please help me to bring this petiton to light and help save our children and help our India eradicate Injustice and bringing  back the respect to our motherly sisters and womens across the country!!!

ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS GO TO THE FOLLOWING LINK AND SIGN THE PETITION TO EXTENT YOUR SINCERE SUPPORT!!OR YOU CAN EVEN MAIL ME YOUR EMAIL_ID’s I’LL DO IT ON YOUR BEHALF.PLEASE HELP THIS PETITION REACH EVERYHOUSE HOLD AND EVERY TRUE INDIAN HEART AND PLEASE EXTEND YOUR SUPPORT.

http://www.avaaz.org/en/petition/HRD_MINISTER_OF_INDIA_Smt_SMRITI_IRANI_Help_Saving_the_Innocence_of_children_and_prevent_crime_agaginst_Women/?cCEOqib

NIT GARDEN,Dattatraya Nagar,Nagpur,Maharashtra,India

It’s a beautiful place..full with happenings and liveliness. The lush green surrounding and the sweet fragrance and view of beautiful roses flanging the horizon is breathtaking. You’ll see people,meet them and make new company to enjoy yourself to the fullest. It’s so craving that people starts crowding almost at 0430 hours in the morning. It’s the very place you have been looking for abundant fresh air and a place to spent some quality time with your beloved children and family. It boasts of its magnificent fountain almost 25 feet tall
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The flowers and green scenic beauty is worth watching especially in rainy season and winter.

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Above all it’s worth visiting!! Yolo