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BY: kishore thampi | Category: Others | Submitted: 2010-03-16 12:14:24
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Article Summary: "Every one is unique and embedded with a repertoire of talents, waiting to be unleashed. You have to listen to your own heart to make out what you are good at. Before every deed, just listen to your heart..."

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Imagine a day, when you see the sun playing hide and seek with the dark clouds, the sound of distant thunders trumpeting the impending rain. As the first drops of the pristine shower falls on your face, how you wished to get drenched and let loose the child in you. But it never happens, instead we vicariously relish the moment by seeing our own children making fun and frolic in the rain. What does it mean to follow your heart? Does it mean loosing your own self respect, ego or integrity through those denigrated acts of dissolution? Or does it mean to do something with sublime conviction? Many creative directors, from the world of visual media, have confessed that whenever they consciously wanted to do something creative, they have fallen flat on their faces. However whenever they have followed their hearts, they have come out successful, almost every time.

It is often said that one should think with their heart and act with their head. A very famous book "The Secret", which is presumably a New York Bestseller, speaks about the greatest law that encapsulates human beings emotion, which is the "Law of Attraction". The book vouches that the quality of feelings/ thoughts that you air into this world will help you in attracting like minded people to you. The takeaway from this is, "We must be true to our feelings". An idea may be generated in your brain, but its genesis is always in your heart. Follow your heart and see the magic it can create for you. There is a story of a great wrestler who failed a plethora of times but ultimately went on to become the world wrestling champion. When the bemused masses aired their surprise, he responded to them by quoting that "Every time he failed, he listened to the sweet musings from his heart which told him to go on"

Every one is unique and embedded with a repertoire of talents, waiting to be unleashed. You have to listen to your own heart to make out what you are good at. Before every deed, just listen to your heart. It will have something to say to you, something of significance, something which you inadvertently omitted, something which you are craving for , something which you want to be or does not want to be , something which will change your outlook ...

Listen and then follow it to usher in those obscured happiness into your lives ......

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=)) just great da! vavi 2010-03-28 03:31:23 59
Thanks da :-) kishore thampi - Author 2010-03-29 09:24:58 66

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