Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Life's Personal Angels...

I was reading "Go Kiss the world" by Subroto Bagchi, In the end he summarized his life by providing his Life's Personal Angels. I am quoting some of them, One more post will be there on the same book with different learning.

Paulo Coelho's The Alchemist says "when the message arrives it is difficult to understand the context, far less its true meaning."

"When people make a choice, they also choose the consequences."

"Never think of retiring, When you get older, begin to reduce work. Work less, But do not give up work. We do not realize how lucky we are to be able to get up in the morning and go some place where work awaits us."

"Open your mind before you open your mouth."

In the journey called life, as we are engulfed in everyday grind, chasing our successes and trying to survive the failures, we constantly look back for golden formula. There is, in reality, no golden formula, just a set of lessons. Some are delivered to us by people whom we come in casual contact with, and as time goes by, we begin to understand that each one of us has personal angels - the people who live in our midst.

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