Transformational thoughts of the day

#strong,#hard,#negativethought,#desire,#best,#judge,#focus

When you say ‘It is hard’, it actually means ‘I am not strong enough to fight for it.’

By removing the curtain of negative thoughts from your mind, you can see the best that is hidden behind in every scene.

If you understand that desire is an endless process, thereon it is a game you can play joyfully.

Things work out best for those who make the best of how things work out.
(John wooden)

Be a witness, not a judge. Focus on yourself, not on others. Listen to your heart, not to the crowd.

Published by Prakaash inspiration

"If you would not be forgotten,as soon as you are dead and rotten, either write things worth reading or do things worth the writing" - Benzamin Franklin . Hi I am Dr Prakash,Researcher/Doctor/Medical Teacher/Spiritual Teacher/Behaviour Modulator/Counsellor/Professional writer/Astrologer/ Public health expert and Presently working at B.J. Medical college, civil hospital, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India as lecturer in Public health.Dear friends, warm welcome to my blogging site. My write up, article,case studies, thoughts of the day, Personel and Professional experience are blend of Inspiration, Motivation, Education , self help, philosophy, spirituality,Human Resource management, Behaviour science with insight of eastern world of wisdom with latest updates from western science.You are invited to have a look over my various articles and post. Thanks and Make a Great Day Ahead. Dr Prakash ❤️

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