The Art of Giving

“We make a living by what we get but we make a life by what we give.”- Winston Churchill. What you give comes back. What is this giving? Almost everyone in his/her life might have wondered what exactly do we give and what can be considered as giving.

 Lets look at this.

“An act performed without any selfish desire, and  with no expectation of return is a giving. Serving people selflessly.”

When you gift a friend without expecting praise or a return gift. When you wish well to others without expecting them to do it for you. When you perform a task without an expectation of thank you in return. When you pray for others without your own rewards.

Giving is not to receive, perhaps, doing it with conscience of no reward. We know, when we give something with the mindset of not receiving awards for it, universe rewards abundantly. That’s the Law of LIFE, Law of GIVING. Continue reading “The Art of Giving”

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School Teenage days- Story of Peer Pressure, Victory

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Hi everyone. This is my first post on Bayart. And I will be sharing a very personal experience of my teenage years, which I spent studying in a school of India. DPS, Gandhidham, Gujarat (A state in western part of India).

I write about serenity (nature), motivation, peaceful mind, faith. I believe to inspire and pass my message to make people happy through my example, and the stories, lessons from various books to back them authenticity for public, friends.

Have a look, please share your views. Thanks 🙂

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Today while meditating inside the park as usual, I imagined going back to the school where I spent my teenage years conquering dreams, making myself self-confident, most importantly overcoming my fears and handling the peer pressure, aggression, fights. My  8th grade-12th grade years not only shaped me positively but also gave me a practical exposure of life which was waiting for me ahead.

Being one of the rare sports overall, average academic student, I always gave a tough competition on field be it cricket, basketball, or my favourite, athletics. I was titled as Superman by my Geography teacher and ‘Bolt’ by one of my classmate. Continue reading “School Teenage days- Story of Peer Pressure, Victory”