Personal Essay: The Most Important Part In Our Life

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others play in our life. For example, everyday we get to know what is happening around the world by reading newspapers. How many of us would have thought about this and expressed our thanks at least once in our life time to the paper boy who ensures that we get our newspaper everyday regularly. Also, milk packets are delivered at our doorsteps each morning. How many of us have ever 'thanked' the person, even once, who places the milk packets, on time for our morning beverages to start the day, be it the rainy season, summer or winter, whatever, ... forget thanking; how many of us even thought of it till today. Remember, if there is no milk or paper, we can't start the day joyfully. Similarly we need to be thankful to many people known and unknown to us, for having helped us spend every day in this world with our day to day activities, such as bus drivers, auto drivers, house maids, scavengers, shop keepers, security guards, etc. We have all become machines and think that this is everyone's duty, anyways.

Sri Bhagavan said, “gratitude is the golden key for helping the flowering of the heart”.

When observed carefully every creature is indebted to the planet for all that it
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Maybe some can. But real change can only happen at an individual level. The real cause is in each one of us. We are a collective consciousness. We are not really separate from one another. We all are like painted dots on a balloon. And when you start blowing air into the balloon, the point that is weakest is the one that is going to give way fast and that is where the balloon is going to burst. What you are seeing as a part of one group or one individual is actually a manifestation of the collective violence of all of humanity. Each time we experience fear, conflict, hurt, or violent thoughts inside. This

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