May 1, 2013

Self-created suffering

Suffering is inevitable, but much of it can be avoided or reduced by the way we react to a situation
This story was recounted by a psychiatrist — a middle-aged man once came to consult him. As the session progressed, he began to rant about his ex-wife. He complained that she had cheated on him.  Read more

Published in  THE HINDU

4 comments:

हेमन्त कुमार "हृदय" said...

thanks Anupindar ji.
today morning i also seen a video on youtube related to this. How to get success, how we can convert others' negative energy (in remarks) to get success
Saphalata Aur Prasannata Ka Ek Uapay (Way to Happiness) By Siddhayogi Satyendra Nath

http://m.youtube.com/watch?client=mv-google&gl=US&hl=en&v=m7vCha6M3Uc

sachin said...

Yes, Anupinder- that is perfectly applicable to so many of us.. We have a choice - to react or not.
Thank you!

jasbir singh said...

Righty said Anupinder. Our attitude in life is very important.We should try to remain positive with all the incidents in life. It gives us lot of energy.Always try to see the glass half filled not half empty. Don't create sufferings.

All the Best.

Amitsingh Kushwah said...

good post Anupinder.