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By Dev Rakhah

The universe doesn't revolve round our candy needs; there are specific ideas and legislation in life, and we're all subjected to them; we're all ruled by way of them. "The Nature of items" highlights a few principles which are very pertinent to our lives, in order that we don't undergo unnecessarily. The guests during this earthly sojourn are forewarned of a number of the snares and pitfalls, they are going to necessarily come upon. "The Nature of items" prepares the reader to appreciate crucial voyage - the voyage of existence in the world.

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There is no need to hit the head of a needle with a hammer if a spoon can be more effective. If you are in a forest and a thorn entered your body, there is no need to look for a big knife or needle to remove it; you just take another thorn and remove the first one with it. There is more than one way to kill a cat, anyway. But one has to be conscious of what one is doing: one does not scratch one’s shoes when the foot itches! When we run a high temperature due to fever, we don’t try to get rid of the fever by simply bringing down the temperature.

Nothing happens at random; nothing is adventitious. Existence always responds in right measure to our deserving wishes. ” Our attitudes and the choices we make today, build the ‘house’ that we live in tomorrow. So, if we have to build anything, it is better to build wisely. Of course, it is important to proportion our ambitions according to our capacities, at any given point in time. DON’T BLAME YOUR STARS It is very common to see people believing in good luck or bad luck. For the enlightened one, that is, the one who 24 The Nature of Things understands the law of cause and effect and the nature of worldly phenomena, there is no such thing as luck.

For the enlightened one, that is, the one who 24 The Nature of Things understands the law of cause and effect and the nature of worldly phenomena, there is no such thing as luck. “Shallow men believe in luck. ” Ralph Waldo Emerson We are largely responsible for our state of being; it is of no use attributing any success or failure to the stars and planets. Every man is the architect of his own fortune; he carries his destiny in his own hands. If we become strong enough, we can convert unfavourable circumstances into favourable ones.

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