Say the words you want to say on time wthout expecting for an answer

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Somehow it turned out there is a tradition of closing a year with a report ( personal, professional etc). I noticed people feel accountable to the Universe and they make a lot of yearly reviews, summaries, statements, reports and even more pledges for an upcoming year. 

We, as individuals and as an organization also have a lot of things to remember and to feel thankful for but for now just wanted to share  the great conclusion/key learning of the year:

“Say the good words you want to say on time wthout expecting for an answer…”  

So many times we want to say things we really feel about people whom we don’t know so well or may be, we don’t know how will they react or after saying it finally, we are awaiting for their reply and when they do not react, we feel somehow cheated or ignored… 

And this creates the discomfortable feeling of being vulnerable and rejected. and then we just gradually quit saying good things to people whenever we feel it… most of the time, when the right time has gone we regret about that… 

I realized we got it wrong, we look for satisfaction in answer rather in saying itself and I thought thats a good example of everything we do – we too much look for satisfaction in the result or feed-back rather in process itself. 

Adn if we could learn this, how enjjoyable life would be with every word, with every warmth? …

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 


are we grateful for what we have?

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“The root of the word courage is cor—the Latin word for heart. In one of its earliest forms, the word courage literally had a very different definition than it does today. Courage originally meant “To speak one’s mind by telling all one’s heart.” Over time, this definition has actually changed, and today, courage is synonymous with being heroic or performing brave deeds.

Heroics and bravery are important, but I think we’ve lost touch with the idea that speaking honestly and openly about who we and about our experiences (good and bad) is the ultimate act of courage. Heroics is often about putting your life on the line. Ordinary courage is about putting your vulnerability on the line. In today’s world, that’s pretty extraordinary.

For me, practicing ordinary courage means telling my story with all of my heart.” Brene Brown
Here is an example of pure courage , vulnerability, being strong and grateful..
Are we grateful for what we have?