Undeniably, every living being including the human being needs food to eat and survive. We also know that except human beings all other living creatures on this earth are in need of limited variety of eatables. We, in fact, can’t live without a large variety of food items, more for satisfying our tongue than for survival and for maintaining a better health.
From the very childhood, our parents, guardians, elders and teachers have been telling us that if you do the right thing right away, you would develop yourself well and you get success in all your endeavors in a big way, sooner or later. They have also been trying to impress that there is no short cut to success. Only consistent hard work with proper knowledge, planning, dedication and commitment will guarantee progress, success and happiness in life.
This Sunday, billions of people are going to participate to practice and thereby celebrate the first World Yoga Day. In this age of modern medical science, this day symbolises the acceptance and accessibility of Yoga, basically a science- science of integrating body, mind and soul, which is centuries old and has deep roots in ancient Indian culture.
Committing mistakes or even blunder is not abnormal in human life. It's not unusual to realize the same and then repent for the wrongdoings either. It also happens many a times that we take a lesson from the whole thing and also take a firm resolve not to repeat the same mistake again in future, to finally move forward in the course of life's journey with a positive note.
We know the eternal truth: "Only Change is Permanent in Life." It being so, we have been noticing and also experiencing changes - socially, economically, technologically, culturally..... Undeniably, the pace of change in the life of Indians too has been rather faster, more so after the famous LPG effect.
You too might have heard and said - water is life; if there is no water, there is no future for all living beings; human body contains 60% water; our mother earth has 71% water; our dependence on water cycle is immense. No one can deny this.
A healthcare facility may have to deal with issues related to animate and inanimate entities of surrounding environments. These issues are important, not only for maintaining proper health and hygiene, but are also important from the Hospital Acquired Infection (HAI) point of view. HAI leads to a significant mortality rate and financial loss to the healthcare sector.
In recent years, the science of air quality has grown many-fold. The findings of this science have been successfully applied to address issues related to hygiene and health in day-to-day life.
Either we live in the past or in future and that too in the lap of negativity. This habit of ours creates roadblocks in our way to find solutions of various problems of our life.
All of us want to do something good, want to be happy and wish to begin our day with lots of hope and to end the day relishing the experiences and achievements before finally falling in the bed to enjoy a sound sleep with sweet dreams.
The human mind is a powerhouse of variety of thoughts and ideas. Our mind does act like a pendulum which oscillates between two extremes. And, in the process of this extremism, many a times, we forget to learn the basic lessons of life. We do know, 'Life is very precious'... and जिंदगी ना मिलेगी दोबारा, ...दिल तो बच्चा है जी, ...यह दिल मांगे मोर ...
Day in and day out we find ourselves, whether we agree or disagree, engaged in one of the finest and funniest games of the world- The Blame Game. Golda Meir says, ‘There can be no doubt that the average man blames much more than he praises. His instinct is to blame. If he is satisfied he says nothing; if he is not, he most illogically kicks up a row.'
There is a famous proverb which we have been listening since our early childhood days either from our parents, elder relatives, teachers and even from friends. The proverb is: TRY, TRY AGAIN IF YOU NOT SUCCEED...