Our mind can accommodate the entire universe. That is why, there are skies upon skies available for our flight. Don’t be content easily. Those who remain content easily remain insignificant. Their joys, ecstasies and silences become insignificant.
When I was studying BA English in PSG College of Arts and Science, Bharathiyar University in Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India from 2002-2005, I have had the opportunity to learn from some of the most wise and highly qualified lecturers of the College. One such lecturer was Madam Jayanti Balakrishnan (JB) who was my class tutor for three years. I have been truly inspired by her wisdom and the way she taught us. She had a very good command over English and her skills to play with words were amazing. In fact, it was she who showed me the real beauty of English language. It was beyond doubt that she was one of my best lecturers during my undergrad studies. So today I am going to share with you some of the extra knowledge I have learned from her.
Last week while reading a 1999 issue of Reader’s Digest, I came across an article that renewed my energy to strive for a more meaningful life. The article titled, “How to be true to yourself” contributed by Denis Waitley shows simple steps to leading a life of principle and purpose. The author talks about what he calls The Integrity Triad, the three key principles that can really contribute to the quality of life.