Motivation

Mind is the root cause of joy & sorrow of human life. So it should understand and be aware of its nature. Pradip Kumar Ray.

I & M Series – 29

The mind manifests itself in us as a source of joy and sorrow from nature. We are becoming overwhelmed with sorrow and as a result we are feeling lacking, we are gradually becoming tired, motionless. So we want to get rid of this pain, with a clear idea and a sincere practice that will strengthen our problem solving. We are human beings, we have knowledge, intelligence, and conscience. Therefore, we should avoid dissatisfaction by analysing it with knowledge, understanding and conscience, rather than trying to solve problems. There are and will be problems in life. But that should not be unduly desired. The pain of others should be shared. All must love wholeheartedly and wish them well. It should be used lovingly with all. You have to remember the anger from anger, the delusion of the illusion, the delusion of the intellect from the delusion and the consequent problems that come to life. All those who are pure should have a responsibility towards society. They should open the door to the closed minds of everyone and society.

Dr. Amen made a short list of human minds or humanities. He divided his mentality into three parts. Those three are – 1) Negative mentality or 2) Positive mentality and 3) Self-interest. 1) Negative attitudes or instincts should not be considered small. Their instinct is immense. These instincts, like any war, work behind the destructive work of civilization. Revenge is an example of such instincts as outrage, greed, hatred, fear, jealousy, superstition. Imagination has a role to play in creating human character. Always have to think honestly and positively. At the beginning of any career, our focus should be on internal rewards. We should focus on learning, self-discovery and happiness. When you pursue your dreams inspired by internal rewards, external rewards will follow you as well. You get more than what you thought.2) Positive mentality is what has civilized people and set them apart from other animals or animals. These auspicious positive sentiments also have destructive power, but their motivation is the key. Examples of such instincts are hope, trust, faith, love, affection, appreciation, service, cooperation. 3) Self-esteem instincts affect human behaviour in ways that cannot be realized externally. Examples of such instincts are self-restraint, self-esteem, arrogance, lust, power.

Sigmund Frayed, an Austrian neurologist in the early part of the 20th century, first demonstrated that there is a living and active object in the human mind that drives and controls our lives in many ways. On the other hand, the joy, excitement, upliftment of our life and on the other hand, the sadness, irritation, pain, pain, and agony of life are all around. So the mind has to understand and be aware of its nature. The mind is agitated very quickly. The mind is quickly attracted to various attractions. The mind is always busy expressing ego. If the person is an analyst and if he analyses the position of the mind, its nature, its activities, and then the answer will only be necessary. An analyst only can find out about the state of mind and intellect. The senses are bigger than the body, the mind is bigger than the senses, the intellect is bigger than the mind and the soul or spirit is bigger than the intellect. Therefore, the place of the body is lowest in the life of the individual and the place of vitality or self-power is the highest.

“I find that examining a common man on the street as a subject is much more challenging than the mold of a hero. Their half-dark, vague words I want to capture, to discover”- Satyajit Ray. “The hope of progress in life keeps itself away from fear, doubt and striving to solve it” – Subhas Chandra Bose. “Learn from the mistakes of others and keep yourself from becoming the kind of people whose mistakes others learn” – Shaikh Yasser Qabi. “Only middle-class people can see the real form of dharma” – Humayun Ahmed .

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