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Daily Positive Thoughts: July 06, 2014: Be Tolerant

 

Artist Shiloh Sophia
Be Tolerant
You have the power to tolerate anyone and any situation. But tolerance is not just suffering in silence. It means going beyond any personal discomfort you may feel, and giving a gift to whomever you would tolerate. Give your time, attention, understanding, compassion, care - all are gifts, which paradoxically, you also receive in the process of giving. And, as you do, you will experience your own self esteem and inner strength grow. In this way you can turn tolerance into strength.

 
 
Change Desires

Although our understanding of right and wrong is really good, we are
not usually able to be or feel successful. This is because there is a
mismatch between what we know and what we want. So there is an
inability to bring that knowledge into action. A conscious effort needs
to be put in from my side to compare and see which is better for me -
what I know is right or what I feel I want. When I compare in this way,
I will be able to change my desires in keeping with the right thing.
When these two match, I will be able to bring it into action too. So I
experience constant success.

 

Factors That Shape Our Perception


The factors that contribute to creating our perception (way of looking at the self, situations, people, etc.) are our memories, experiences, beliefs, values, people, places, situations and time. Out of all these factors there are two which are chiefly responsible for creating our perception: our beliefs and our experiences

The first thing you should do is have a clearer perception of yourself. You should develop the perception of who you really are and what your true identity is. This does not refer to the image you see every day in the mirror. Your external appearance or physical beauty, your age, your gender, your occupation, your status in society should not be the basis for your self-perception. You may live with others or alone, have a family, run a business or have a job, which you undertake with responsibility. What is your conscience, however, while you are doing these tasks? This will lead you to a clear perception of yourself. 

We have been brought up and conditioned to have a perception of everything that is external: perception of other people at the workplace or in the family, of other countries, of movies, of the country's cricket team, of what our neighbors are doing, of the government and so on. However, the last thing we have a perception of is ourselves. We thus lose the internal link with our own happiness and our own peace. When we re-establish the perception of our true identity (the correct way of looking at ourselves) based on spiritual knowledge, we are capable of recognizing all the false beliefs about ourselves that have taken root in our inner selves. When we discover these beliefs we are capable of recognizing those sanskars of ourselves we need to change. 

In the next few messages, we shall be discussing a few factors that shape our perception.

 

Soul Sustenance

The Thought-Destiny Cycle 

The process by which we create our own destiny is quite easy to see in theory; however it requires some checking to see how it matches the reality of our practical lives. Here is the process in brief: 

• As our intentions, so will be our thoughts
• As our thoughts, so will be our feelings
• As our feelings, so will be our attitudes
• As our attitudes, so will be our actions
• As our actions, so will be our habits
• As our habits, so will be our personality

As our personality in all our relationships on our journey through life, so will be our destiny. So watch your thoughts! Be aware of your intentions! 

Our intentions are based on our beliefs about who we are, where we are and why we are here. If we believe we are the physical form, our belief will we be that we need to survive as long as possible. This leads to the intention to get what we think we need before others, which leads to competition, which leads to feelings of fear. Our destiny gets shaped accordingly. When you know you are the non-physical and immortal (which is neither created nor can be destroyed) energy, a soul, then survival is no longer an issue and your intention is one to include, connect and co-operate with and enlighten others. The service of others at a spiritual level becomes the highest intention in action. It is fully free from fear and can be seen as an act of love. This is why competition and authentic spirituality can never be found together. 

 

 

Message for the day

 

The one who is detached is the one who is happy. 

Expression: When difficult situations come our way we tend to overreact because of our attachment and expectations. Because of this we experience much more unhappiness than what the situation actually holds. The understanding lacks that it is not the situation, but our own thoughts that are giving us sorrow. 

Experience: We need to look at the situation just as we would watch it happen to someone else - with detachment. When we learn to detach ourselves from the situation in this way and see what it holds for us, we will not experience unhappiness but will be able to remain happy under all circumstances. 


DR.BK.SATYANARAYAN

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<>_<>'Brett Lee breaks Shane Warne's Hand' <>_<>
Brett Lee breaks Shane Warne's hand in exhibition match at Lord's as Aaron Finch steals the show
Brett Lee, representing the Marylebone Cricket Club against Rest of the World team in a one-day match marking the 200th anniversary of the 'home of cricket, may owe Shane Warne a glass or two of red wine after breaking the bowling hand of Australia's most prolific wicket-taker.
Lee opened the final over of the ROW's innings with a beamer directed at Warne's midriff, but the 45-year-old reacted quickly enough to get his right hand in the way.
While Warne managed to bat out the over to finish unbeaten on three, he could not take his place in the field - instead having X-rays which confirmed the break.
Shane Warne feels the pain
Shane Warne feels the pain Source: AFP

Aaron Finch was the star of the Lord's show.
Aaron Finch was the star of the Lord's show. Source: AFP
Meanwhile, Aaron Finch seized his chance to shine among some of cricket's greatest players with a commanding innings of 181 not out as MCC won by seven wickets.
Set 294 to win, MCC finished on 3-296 with 25 balls to spare against an equally star-studded Rest of the World team.
Finch, already in England playing for Yorkshire, was involved in partnerships with three of the best batsmen cricket has known to cap a memorable Lord's debut for the 27-year-old.
He put on 107 for the first wicket with Indian hero Sachin Tendulkar. Finch then added 67 and 122 with two contrasting West Indies left-handers in Brian Lara (23) and Shivnarine Chanderpaul (37 not out) respectively.
Earlier, Yuvraj Singh's blistering 132 off 134 balls took the Rest of the World to 7-293 after they had collapsed to 5-68 following four wickets for Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal.
Sachin Tendulkar shows the style that made him one of the greats.
Sachin Tendulkar shows the style that made him one of the greats. Source: AFP
Tendulkar, who only retired in November, gave his adoring fans in a capacity Lord's crowd plenty to remember him by with the pick of his seven fours a straight drive down the ground off current Australia fast bowler Peter Siddle.
However, the 'Little Master' fell to a familiar foe when, trying to cut Muttiah Muralitharan, he got a bottom edge and was bowled by the Sri Lanka off-spinner, Test cricket's most successful bowler.
Left-hander Lara also showed his enduring class with a cracking drive behind point off West Indies paceman Tino Best and a booming drive off Paul Collingwood, both shots typical of the Trinidad star at his best.
 
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Was Netherlands' late goalkeeper switch in World Cup 2014 quarter-final against Costa Rica genius or a Krul trick?

AT FIRST, it appeared Netherlands manager Louis van Gaal was a tactical genius for bringing on goalkeeper Tim Krul specifically for the penalty shootout.
Now the team's being accused of foul play.
Krul was brought on to replace Jasper Cillessen in the final seconds of extra time after 120 minutes of action could not break the 0-0 deadlock between the Dutch giants and minnow Costa Rica in the World Cup 2014 quarter-final.
In the shootout, Krul saved two penalties and was hailed the hero as the Netherlands set up a semi-final showdown with Lionel Messi's Argentina.

Making the situation even more interesting, Krul came under fire for his antics during the shootout.
The super sub was accused of getting in the faces of the Costa Rican players, hurling abuse at them in Spanish.
Netherlands' goalkeeper Tim Krul, right, celebrates after saving a penalty from Costa Ric
Netherlands' goalkeeper Tim Krul, right, celebrates after saving a penalty from Costa Rica's Bryan Ruiz. Source: AP
Netherlands' head coach Louis van Gaal hugs   goalkeeper Tim Krul after the Netherlands def
Netherlands' head coach Louis van Gaal hugs goalkeeper Tim Krul after the Netherlands defeated Costa Rica 4-3 in a penalty shootout in their World Cup quarter-final. Source: AP
Van Gaal later revealed he had been toying with the idea of bringing in Krul for penalties during the week, but hadn't informed Cillessen.
"We told Krul that he would be a possibility for the penalties, but we didn't tell Cillessen, as we didn't want to ruin his preparation," van Gaal said.
"We felt — all of us — Tim Krul would be the most appropriate goalkeeper to stop penalties. We're a little bit proud.
"There is no question about who will start next game, it will be Cillessen. But we felt Krul was the better choice here."
 
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