Good Over Evil!

Last year on Vijaydashami I wrote this article, today it’s Vijaydashami; so I thought to share this article 💕 Happy Dusherra to all who celebrate🎉🎊🎁

Positive Side Of The Coin

Today it’s Dussehra festival in India. Dussehra is a Hindu festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil. So I thought to write on “EGO” one of the biggest evil in humans.

“When ego is lost, limit is lost. You become infinite, kind and beautiful.” — Yogi Bhajan

“Drop your ego! You have nothing to lose here, but a whole life to win.”

Here are 5 techniques to learn to let go of our egos and enjoy life.

1. Practice forgiveness & letting go: We have to learn to forgive the people who hurt us and most importantly we have to learn to forgive ourselves. Forgiveness will open the windows to your soul, and remove the negativity to allow room for new happiness.

2. Practice honesty and being open: Always seek the truth. Honesty provides us unconditional freedom to be connected with ourselves instead of trying to be something…

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Spread Joy

Film by Tata steel

Today, I came across this short film. What a brilliant way to convey simple message… I loved it. Life is like that if we all will think about our upcoming generation many world problems will be solved.

To share is to spread joy. It sows the seeds of empathy and helps in building social skills required for a well-adjusted adult. Please do watch this video.

Thanks for watching 💕

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The Power of Compassion

Today I came across this video and it’s true story….few year back I guess in 2011 or 12 – I met this lady name Sindhutai Sapkal in one Award ceremony. She is much more than just a name. The 70-year-old lady hides many stories behind her strong personality. Full of energy and passion, Sindhutai is commonly referred to as “Mother of Orphans”. Please do watch video to know her full story. Lady full of compassion.

Having compassion, which is the ability to understand the emotional state of another person and then want to alleviate their suffering, makes us feel connected and part of a group. It gives us purpose and it grounds us. Without compassion we are bound to feel alone.

Every day we have an opportunity to change someone’s life by paying attention to their needs. Every day someone else has the opportunity to change our lives for the same reason. The human experience is based on exchange and connectedness. If people become more compassionate like Sindhutai, I guess world will become better place.

Thank you for watching and reading💕

© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin

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Kyaraa and her Cupcakes☕🍰

From that creamy, sweet frosting to that delicious moist cake, it’s hard to be unhappy with a cupcake! And my little Kyaraa love cupcakes, this weekend Kyaraa was behind me that she will decorate cupcakes. I think this time, she was more excited for decorating her own cup cakes! Probably as much as eating them. She enjoyed decorating cup cakes! Plus this activity made great blank canvases for creativity for her.

Here are some decorations done on cupcakes by four year old little Kyaraa in my guidance.

Enjoy yummy Cupcakes by Kyaraa😋

Thank you for reading ❤️

© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin

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To my Dad 💜

This week prompt by Richa is Father. Thank you Richa for this prompt, so this post is dedicated to my father.

I love you dad, I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need for a father’s protection.

Whether you fall or fail, whether you cry or sob, all you can look forward to is that your dad believes in you.

Thank you Dad for everything you have done for us. Thank you for your love, guidance and sacrifices. I love you Dad.

This is a response to the Freedom of Expression challenge – Father curated by Richa – Iscriblr

Thank you for reading ❤️

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Pleasant Smile and Politeness

There is Chinese proverb that “ The person who cannot smile should not set up shop” We don’t like to go to shopkeeper, doctors or any other professionals who are rude and loses patience easily. Magnificent force of smile and politeness is our biggest asset in any kind of business or in our daily lifestyle.

A smile attract people because it breaks the barriers between two people. People who smile and are polite are people who can attract abundance through there this quality. People run away from angry and rude people. No one likes to spend time with them, but if you have infectious smile you can win other’s easily. If you notice famous people like Richard Branson, Laxmi Mittal etc they all keep smiling face, and when they speak they are so polite.

People show interest in us only when we are polite with smile on our face. In brief, you must learn to smile to succeed in any venture of life. And a smile is always more effective when served with politeness.

Thanks for reading 🌺💕

© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin

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