Amidst, in this fast moving world everyone is in a hurry. The ongoing inventions are unveiling lucrative opportunities where every single person is striving hard to grab it and to take a badge of ‘success’. Right from dawn when you get up from the bed, the work chart starts bloating in the mind and during the onset of the night you start calculating how much effort you made. Eventually, in this race of competition everyone is trying hard to make a good fortune. Today, the only single thing that constantly strikes in one’s mind is to be a ‘SUCCESSFUL’ person.
Spirituality & Meditation
The Snooker table as a whole represents the life cycle of a human being. The balls on the table are the human beings, out of which red being the common man (Aam Aadmi), yellow/green/blue represents any person who stands out from the mob & has achieved something in his life with time, the black one also belongs to the same lobby where yellow/other color balls are lying with a little difference i.e. black ball is bit at a higher level as compare to yellow/other colors and finally the white one being the enlightened person(soul) thinks beyond time and is having the master control to make everyone revolve around him. The best part is that, snooker is the perfect representation of human life because life span of every ball has to come to an end like any human being, but there is a huge difference between their ending; where all the balls end up in darkness, there is only the white ball that ends up in light(glowing forever).
Gandhi Jayanti is the big festival in India observed on 2nd of October as the birth anniversary of great national leader Mahatma Gandhi. It is an eventful day celebrated by holding prayer meetings and paying homage in front of the Statues of Mahatma Gandhi, the “Father of the Nation”.The day is also celebrated as International Non-Violence Day. Mahatma Gandhi was a great person who struggled a lot and played a significant role in the achievement of freedom for India from British rule. He not only pioneered the unique method of non-violence to get freedom for India against British rule but also proved the world that freedom can be achieved peacefully through the path of non-violence. He is still remembered among us as the symbol of peace and truth.
There was a young monk who was begging from house to house. There came a Rich Person who was super arrogant and egoist. The rich man started giving bad words and abusing the monk for no reasons.
The monk was still cool, calm and composed. The rich man got wilder because he thought that the monk will lose his temper. So he started to shout more and give more bad words. Still there was no reaction from the monk.