Today’s world is torn apart with problems of Terrorism, Racism, Poverty, Corruption, wars,and environment pollution. In addition we have the problems of our life ill health, financialcrisis, disagreement, drugs, work pressure and the list goes on and on…!Circumstances and situations make us weak and we often differ from the purpose of life.Many a times we feel depressed and are often helpless under the burdens of life. We startfocusing on the problems and the problems become larger than life.
Do we have an answer?
As natural HUMAN beings we have forgotten the human values. The values of Love,Compassion, Truth, Friendship, Character, Forgiveness, Generosity, Honesty, Integrity,Optimism, Patriotism, Patience, Prudence, Perseverance, Inner Strength ,Understanding etc.We know them to be correct but have forgotten them or neglected them or compromised withthem. Little knowing the fact on doing so we multiplied our sufferings and that of our dear worlds. Ever time we face a situation anger clouds us, forgetfulness drive away the Humanvirtues and we have no option but to adopt the wrong path. I am also a victim……! Whatshould I do?
The answer is simple we have to remember our
virtues and act with prudence
But in the toughest of times how do we remember and be sensible. It’s an age old practice inINDIA that morals are taught through simple stories that speak to the heart. Stories are easyto remember and to share for all the age groups. Their uniqueness is in their simplicity andability to speak the truth in a lucid fashion.
“a story a day keeps the problems away”
I have a small compilation of stories some of which were mailed to me some found on theweb. I shall be ever grateful to the true owners of the stories which have often helped in thedeepest tribulations of day to day life. The purpose of this collection is to pass on to all whowould like our
to be a better place by making the most of themselves. The purposeis to create awareness on
values and virtues which are essential in brightening our life.
The collection has no commercial value
Try not to become a man of success but a man of value