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Saturday, September 5, 2015



Gurur Brahma Gurur Vishnu

Gurur Devo Maheshvarah

Guru Shakshat Param Brahma
Tasmai Sri Gurave Namah

    A good teacher is like a candle - it consumes itself to light the way for others.  ~Author Unknown  

 a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.

Teaching is not a lost art, but the regard for it is a lost tradition.  ~Jacques Barzun

Good teachers are costly, but bad teachers cost more.  ~Bob Talbert

Teaching should be full of ideas instead of stuffed with facts.  ~Author Unknown

The true teacher defends his pupils against his own personal influence.  He inspires self-distrust.  He guides their eyes from himself to the spirit that quickens him.  He will have no disciple. 
~Amos Bronson Alcott
A good teacher is a master of simplification and an enemy of simplism.  
~Louis A. Berman

We expect teachers to handle teenage pregnancy,  substance abuse, and the failings of the family. 
Then we expect them to educate our children. 
~John Sculley

Teaching is leaving a vestige of one self in the development of another.  And surely the student is a bank where you can deposit your most precious
treasures.  ~Eugene P. Bertin

The mediocre teacher tells.  The good teacher explains.  The superior teacher demonstrates.  The great teacher inspires.  
~William Arthur Ward

The best teacher is the one who suggests rather than dogmatizes, and inspires his listener with the wish to teach himself.  
~Edward Bulwer-Lytton

A teacher"s purpose is not to create students in his own image, but to develop students who can create their own image.  ~Author Unknown

What the teacher is, is more important than what he teaches.  ~Karl Menninger
"A student spends 25,000 hours in the campus. The school must have the best of teachers who have the ability to teach, love teaching and build moral qualities" - A.P.J. ABDUL KALAM

Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan - the Philosopher Presiden (5th September Teachers Day ). 

The birthdate, [5 September 1888], of the second President of India, academic philosopher Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. It is considered a "celebration" day, where teachers and students report to school as usual but the usual activities and classes are replaced by activities of celebration, thanks and remembrance. At some schools on this day, the responsibility of teaching is taken up by the senior students to show appreciation for their teachers.

Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan (5 September 1888, Tiruttani, now in Tamil Nadu – 17 April 1975) was an Indian philosopher and statesman who was the second President of India from 1962 to 1967.He was the first Vice President of India (1952–1962).

One of India's most influential scholars of comparative religion and philosophy, Radhakrishnan built a bridge between the East and the West by showing how the philosophical systems of each tradition are comprehensible within the terms of the other. He wrote authoritative exegeses of India's religious and philosophical literature for the English speaking world. His academic appointments included the King George V Chair of Mental and Moral Science at the University of Calcutta (1921–1931) and Spalding Professor of Eastern Religion and Ethics at Oxford University (1936–1952).

Radhakrishnan was knighted in 1931 but ceased to use the title "Sir" after India attained independence. Among the many other honours he received were the Bharat Ratna (1954) and the Order of Merit (1963). His birthday is celebrated in India as Teachers' Day on 5 September.

Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was born in a poor Telugu Brahmin family at Tiruttani India, now in Thiruvallur District, Tamil Nadu, 84 km to the northwest of Madras (now Chennai). His father's name was Sarvepalli Veeraswami and his mother's name was Sitamma. His early years were spent in Tiruttani and Tirupati. His father was a subordinate revenue official in the service of a local zamindar (landlord). His primary education was at Primary Board High School at Tiruttani. In 1896 he moved to the Hermansburg Evangelical Lutheral Mission School in Tirupati.

Radhakrishnan was awarded scholarships throughout his academic life. He joined Voorhees College in Vellore but switched to the Madras Christian College at the age of 17. He graduated from there in 1906 with a Master's degree in Philosophy, being one of its most distinguished alumni. Radhakrishnan wrote his thesis for the M.A. degree on "The Ethics of the Vedanta and its Metaphysical Presuppositions" He was afraid that this M.A. thesis would offend his philosophy professor, Dr. Alfred George Hogg. Instead, Hogg commended Radhakrishnan on having done most excellent work. Radhakrishnan's M.A. thesis was published when he was only 20.

Radhakrishnan studied philosophy by chance rather than choice. Being a financially constrained student at the time, when a cousin, after graduating from the same college, passed on his textbooks in philosophy to Radhakrishnan, it automatically decided his academic course Later on he felt deep interest in his subject and wrote many acclaimed works on philosophy, both Eastern and Western.

"Reading a book gives us the habit of solitary reflection and true enjoyment."


Friday, September 4, 2015



The Significance of Janmashtami
Festivals are an integral part of every culture. They provide a welcome break from the humdrum routine of daily life. The Vedic culture is special in that every aspect of it is oriented to bring its followers close to God. Every festival celebrated in Vedic culture is deeply related to God and is meant to be celebrated in such a way as to help everyone come joyfully closer to God. Recently worldwide Janmashtami was celebrated fervently. Let us try to understand the inner significance of this historic festival.

Is Janmashtami not just a traditional Hindu festival? Is Krishna not a mythological figure?
The 5000 temples of Lord Krishna in the tiny 88 square miles of Vrindavana, the birth-place of Krishna, bear eloquent testimony to the fact that devotion to Krishna is no imaginary sentiment. The remains of Dwarka, gradually being found in the Arabian Sea, reveal the majesty of that erstwhile city built by Lord Krishna. Kurukshetra, the site of the massive fratricidal Mahabharata war, continues to exist even today. So Krishna is indeed a historical personality and Janmashtami a factual historical event.

The design, order and structured organization evident throughout the creation insist that there is a Super-intelligent Creator. The Vedic scriptures and, indeed all scriptures throughout the world, give us further information about this Supreme Being, who is known variously as Jehovah, Yahweh, Allah, Rama and so on. The Supreme Person is full of extraordinary attributes, which make Him universally attractive. The name which describes this all-attractiveness of the Lord is His most complete name. Hence the name Krishna, meaning 'the all-attractive one', describes the Absolute Truth, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, in full.

The Lord administers the world through the laws of material nature - gross such as the law of gravitation and subtle such as the law of karma. But when there is too much of a disturbance in the universal order, the Lord descends Himself "to deliver the pious, annihilate the miscreants and reestablish the principles of religion" paritranaya sadhunam vinashaya cha dushkritam dharma samsthapanarthaya sambhavami yuge yuge (Bhagavad-gita 4.8)
Such an incarnation is called an avatar, 'one who descends'

The Supreme Lord is not just a neutral administrator, but the best friend of all living beings suhridam sarva bhutanam (Bhagavad-gita 5.29) The love that the heart longs for through relationships with various persons finds fulfillment only when it is reposed in the Supreme Person God. Because it is only then that the love is never interrupted, never betrayed, never let down, never disappointed. That is why saints and devotees across the religious spectrum throughout history have been the happiest persons, radiating love towards one and all.
But unfortunately in this world of matter, all living beings are attracted not to the Lord of their heart but to matter and material enjoyment. However matter being limited and finite can never fulfil the unlimited desires of our spirits; material enjoyment satiates but never satisfies.
So the Lord comes into this material world and performs superhuman activities which reveal His supreme position and His unparalleled love for His devotees. For example, the Lord lifted a massive mountain Govardhan in order to protect His devotees from oppressive rains. Such acts appear impossible to the logical mind, but an ant would similarly consider the lifting of a book by a human being as 'impossible'. For the Lord possessing unlimited power, such an act is not at all difficult.
Through such incredible acts, the Lord shows all of us how much He loves us, His children. By attracting our hearts back to him, He desires to take us to the realm of eternal happiness away from this realm of fleeting enjoyment.

5000 years ago on Janamashtmi, The Lord appeared at midnight. This is indeed a historical fact, but it also has a deeper significance. Midnight is the time of maximum darkness and from the moment the Lord appeared the darkness started diminishing. Similarly our heart is dark being afflicted by multiple anxieties and miseries. But in the darkest hour of our life, when we turn to the Lord and He appears in our heart, all the darkness recedes and the light of eternal hope starts streaming in.
The Lord appeared in a prison cell amidst shackles and then freed His parents .. This indicates that all of us who are shackled by our own material desires can be freed by the Lord who appears in our heart which is like a prison house.
So the real Janmashtami will take place when the Lord appears in our hearts. Though we do not know it, all of us are actually pining for this Janmashtami to occur. All of us want love, care, protection and happiness and this is what the actual Janmashtami - the appearance of the Lord in our heart - brings.

How then can we make the Lord appear in our hearts? Indeed amidst all the chaos and disorder prevalent in the present Age of Kali, why has the Lord not appeared as per His eternal promise in Bhagavad-gita?
It is said in the Vedic scriptures kali kale nama rupe krishna avatar "In Kali Yuga the Lord incarnates in the form of His Holy Name" That is why all bona fide religions teach their followers to chant the names of God. For example, the Bible says 'Let the Lord always be on your lips', the Islamic religion mentions the 99 names of Allah to be regularly chanted and the Vedic scriptures abound with instructions regarding the chanting of the Holy Names. And among all the mantras (empowered sound vibrations) mentioned in the Vedic sciptures, the Hare Krishna maha-mantra "Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare, Hare Ram Hare Ram Ram Ram Hare Hare" is said to be the most potent. Sincere spiritual practitioners from all religions testify to the purifying potency of the Holy Name. It helps them to become free from all carnal desires and awakens within them love of God.
Thus for all of us living in Kali Yuga, the real Janmashtami will occur when by regular mantra meditation our heart becomes cleansed and the Lord appears in our heart, thus freeing us forever from the clutches of misery and transporting us to the realm of eternal enjoyment.
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...............JAI SHREE KRISHNAAA

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

7 Tips for Peace of Mind.......

When you were child you had a pure mind; the mind which was free from worries and anxieties. As the time passed, you were influenced by several social, personal, familial and official crises such as financial complications, broken relationship, lack of trust, joblessness, failure in business, loss of respect and so on. When the mind is stressful, the associated germs of negativity, jealousy and pessimism add fuel to fire and hence your pure mind becomes impure. These impurities if taken out can bring back the mental purity hence real spirit of joy of childhood can be attained up to an adequate level.  Off course you cannot fix all of your problem at once but you can train your mind to develop the skills which can help either bypass or overcome the depressed  and tragic situations so as to give you a big time relaxation while you focus on the solution to your problems. Below are some techniques which can be used to combat the peace stealing triggers:
  1. Mind your own business. Yes, please mind your own business. When you start being concerned about things which are not related to you, you lose your grip on your thought process which often results in negativity disturbing the mental peace. Basically, your mind starts wandering here and there. As you know that a non-focused mind is evil's workshop hence the germs of negativity and jealousy gain more strength. So next time an unnecessary thought comes to your mind, think whether this is really something you should be worrying for? If not, shun it right away and focus on something positive, practical and fruitful.  Article by Junaid.Tahir
  2. Surround yourself in positive people. Ignore negative comments and stay away from negative souls. When someone is negative, he spreads negativity and you get affected. Permanently staying with such people will have long term impact on your character so think about your company.
  3. Don't think about others too much. Remember the great quote: small minds discuss people; Average minds discuss events; Higher minds discuss ideas and Great minds act in silence. Don't allow your brain to compare yourself to others as this is an insult to yourself. Don't be Jealous; it's a heart killing disease, get rid of it as soon as possible. When you are jealous you focus on finding faults in others even if they don't have. This poisons your soul and steals the mental peace.  Article by Junaid.Tahir
  4. You can't keep everyone happy. Don't be over sensitive. Be natural and genuine in what you do. Be positive, constructive and ethical in your deeds and then don't really care too much about others. Be aware, don't apply this formula to too closed relations. Develop trust to establish powerful relationships.
  5. Control your mood swings as it is an indication of unstable personality. Do it by not being over sensitive to others. Stop being reactive and implosive. Stay calm.
  6. Ignore your thoughts about being unlucky. Bad luck happens to everyone. It's not your fault at all. Time whether good or bad, passes quickly. Develop the power of not looking back into your past. Believe in the power of Now.  Believe in your skills. Work hard and have faith in God; you will get what you have been entitled for. Be patient and see what God has planned for you. Patience and consistency in your deeds is the key to success.
  7. Simplicity in your character and living style can overcome the stress and improve your happiness index. Don't be socially sensitive and start following every single trend your social circle is following.  

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Monday, August 31, 2015

!! Natural Treatment for Fatty Liver !!=HEALTH=

 Natural Treatment for Fatty Liver
Fatty liver disease is the accumulation of triglyceride or fat vacuoles in the liver, leading to hindrances in the normal functioning of liver. Some of the fatty liver causes are excessive consumption of alcohol, inappropriate diet, obesity, insulin resistance, intake of certain drugs, and other diseases. The most common form of fatty liver is alcoholic fatty liver.
Fatty liver is a severe condition, but it is not lethal. Some of the remedies related to the treatment for fatty liver are as follows:
    First and foremost, you should stop drinking alcohol. This will reduce the concentration of alcohol in the blood and thereby in the liver.
•    You should also restrict your intake of animal fat, dairy products, and refined sugar.
•    You should consume a lot of fruits and vegetables, which are negative calorie foods that help reduce the fat concentration in the liver. Such foods include cabbage, onion, garlic, apple, orange, coriander, beet root, pineapple, melon, kiwi fruit, cucumber, tomato, and pear, among others.
•    You should also consume whole grain cereals in place of the refined ones.
•    A regular exercising and fitness regime will also help relieve the condition of extra fat in the liver.
You are advised to consult a doctor for expert advice and prescribed treatment as home remedies alone will not help.
Fatty liver natural treatment:
1.    Stop alcoholic drinks totally. Avoid all deep fried and fatty foods. Consume only boiled vegetables and rice or baked white meat.
2.    Drink enormous amount of water daily. 3-4 glasses per hour during the whole day.
3.    Take a homeopathic remedy called Nux vomica 30, 5 pills, 2 times daily for 10 days. Then once at bed time daily.
4.    Take another follow up remedy called chelidonium 30 5 pills, 2 times daily for 15 days.
5.    Take a single dose of a homeopathic medicine called Phosphorus 200 after the 15th day of the above medicine.

Good Morning...! Start Your Day with a Smile

Start Your Day with a Smile

Try this: Every morning, when you first become aware of your wakeful presence, smile! Start your day with a smile. Make it your intention to have the very first intentional thing you do each day be a smile. You’ll be amazed at how powerfully that one act can be at setting the tone for your day. Do it no matter how tired you are, no matter how little sleep you got, no matter how much you’re dreading some aspect of your day. Smile

If you don't start out the day with a smile, it's not too late to start practicing for tomorrow

Every day you spend without a smile, is a lost day

Remember that a smile can brighten a person’s day. And if you wake up with a smile, it just might be your day that gets brighter.

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Morning is not only sunrise

but a beautiful miracle of GOD

that defeats the darkness & spread light.

May everyday spread light in your whole life
Frie ndship is like the breeze,

You can't hold it, Smell it, Taste it,

Or know w hen it's c oming,

But you can always feel it,

And you'll always k now it's there, 

It may come and then go,

Bu t you can k now it'll alway s be back.

No one is born happy... 

But all of us are born with the ability to create 

So today, make others happy... 

Flash your sweetest smile ...

Have A Day Full Of Smiles.