Love Is More Important Than Life

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Our healthy relation with people can play an important role in times of our dire need or when we are depressed due to any reason. It provides the comforts of knowing that our friends are there for us if we need them. We should not wait for someone else to make the first move. If we meet someone we think might become a good friend, we must take initiative towards developing our relations. Developing relations is not enough as maintaining good relations is very difficult. Swami Vivekanand had rightly said:
“Relationships are more important than life, but it is important for those relationships to have life in them.”
For giving life to our relations we need not draw big plans or adopt ticklish strategies or learn rocket science.
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The wounds caused by physical injury are healed with the passing of time but wounds caused by words seldom heal. It takes no time to lose our oldest and close relationship with our rude words. Creating trustworthy relationship takes decades of time. Sometimes a word injury may become a lifetime sore. Abraham Lincoln asks a question -“Am I not destroying my enemies when I make friends of them?” It takes only a minute to get a crush on someone, an hour to like someone, and a day to love someone – but it takes a lifetime to forget someone.
Using soft, sweet and pleasant language works as honeycomb bringing sweetness to our soul and happiness to others. They are so powerful even our foe may turn to be our well wishers. We should avoid using insulting, derogatory, humiliating, taunting words which are basic and fundamental roots of damaging not only our relationship but our image also. We know how a single word “blind” used by Dhropti against Kaurvas spurred the Great War of Mahabharata. It pays to think before we talk and choose proper words to turn difficult situations in our favour. When we understand the power of words and realize that we can choose what we think and speak, our lives can be transformed.
In order to create good
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A relationship can be with our colleagues, our friends, or family related. While with our colleagues mainly there are professional relations, but we are able to ask them for assistance just about anything. They also appear more confident or sophisticated than others. In such type of relations, there appears a simple model of behavior confining us to be professional only. In the cases of comparisons, competitions, and in a rat race of succeeding others such relationship may fall apart over small matters. In professionalism, many times such relations may dupe us, tell lie hiding the truth as most of them are connected with us for monetary basis purpose. For long life of such relations, we must endorse faith, trust, honesty, sincerity and above all sweetness respecting each
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