“Do not get ruffled if now and then you get a brush from the world; it will be over in no time, and everything is all right”
Preparation for a living is not life. It is the experience of living which makes our life. From the date of birth till the date of death we have to live here, during when there can be many ups and downs. Those are all practical lessons which we may not be in a position to read and understand from a book. Those experiences we get as we live and march forward.
“Man learns as he lives, and experience is the greatest teacher in the world”
When we learn business management, all the lessons focus on the experience of the businessmen. Those experiences may be the first experience of that businessman, but it is a lesson for us. Thus we learn from our experience and also from the experience of others. Every bit of the experience will become a guiding light for us in our life. Experiencing them in our real life may take months or years, but learning from the book on others experience may take only a few hrs. Thus we can have two type of experiences one direct and other indirect. Get the experiences of others through listening, watching, discussing and thinking, before practicing them.
“For us is only submission, calm and perfect. The soldier has no right to complain, may murmur, if the General orders him into the cannon’s mouth”
Just do the job with devotion, dedication, and sincerity. Get the things done with its full vigor and energy. Do not wait for others blessings, appreciations, certificates, and awards. Do it as the offering to our motherland and dharma. Yajnaarthaath karmaNonyathra lokoyam karma bandhana: thadartham karma kountheya mukshta snaga samaachara. = without bondage do your duty. This is possible only if it becomes an offering to the nation and dharma.
IN THE SERVICE OF DHARMA AND MOTHERLAND
IISH COMMUNICATION TEAM