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You can't forgive anyone till you want to forgive.

I want to forgive will not allow us to forgive. 
It comes back all the time and reminds that I have forgiven someone.  So, I did something remains with us always and does not allow us to grow.  This forgiveness in not there in our culture - it comes with double edge, first it makes me to see some problem then it makes me to feel I did something great.  When the forgiven person repeats his mistake, my ego comes back to claim that I had forgiven once, how dare to make the same mistake second time. More than forgiving I want to to be recognized as a 'forgiver' - thus importance is given for the person who had forgiven and not to the process of forgiving. 
Therefore, no need to forgive anyone.  One need to accept the other. When we accept there is no distance to keep this "I", it becomes one with the accepted.  For example, when you see the ocean, you close your eyes and feel happy. In that situation you are a non-demanding, appreciative conscious being. Acceptance make…

The infallible laws of performance

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The infallible laws of performance

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Balanced Parenting -

There is no specific training to be a parent, it is a learning by trial and error method. You observe and learn from your parents. You learn from your child. You observe many members in the family, their interactions and follow these in your life. 

Now, it is ironic that we all have lost our family support system. Competition has entered into families too. What was valid and successful once is no more valid and appreciated. People want to survive by competing with siblings, wants to show others down. Present family system does not come with grand parents, uncles and relatives - it is only me and my child. 

Parents are forced to turn on themselves to find solutions to problems they sail with. They do things to bring up a healthy child. However, parents spend little time in upbringing a child who is self-accepting and self-confident. They must learn how to raise an emotionally mature child, emotionally healthy child. Parents must pay attention to this aspect of a child's upbringing.  

We are searching to know something unknown, leaving knowing something that is already known.
Choices that are not made in line with our likes and dislikes purifies the mind and leads to self-growth.