::: Source Of Inspiration :::

Story Of D Day


::: Source of Inspiration :::

This is a story of two brothers. One was a drug addict and a drunker who frequently beat up his family. The other one was a very successful businessman who was respected in society and had a wonderful family.

Some people wanted to find out why two brothers from the same parents, brought up in the same environment, could be so different.

The first one was asked, “How come you do what you do? You are a drug addict, a drunk, and you beat your family. What motivates you?” He said, “My father.” They asked, “What about your father?” The reply was, “My father was a drug addict, a drunk and he beat his family. What do you expect me to be? That is what I am.”

They went to the brother who was doing everything right and asked him the same question. “How come you are doing everything right? What is your source of motivation?” And guess what he said? “My father. When I was a little boy, I used to see my dad drunk and doing all the wrong things. I made up my mind that that is not what I wanted to be.”

Both were deriving their strength and motivation from the same source, but one was using it positively and the other negatively.

::: Moral Of The Story :::
Negative Motivation Brings The Desire To Take The Easier Way Which Ends Up Being The Tougher Way.




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::: I Will Know It :::

Story Of D Day


::: I Will Know It :::

– – – A Wonderful Story With A Powerful Lesson – – –

A German once visited a temple under
construction where he saw a sculptor making an idol of God…

Suddenly he noticed a similar idol lying nearby…
Surprised, he asked the sculptor, “Do you
need two statues of the same idol?”
“No,” said the sculptor
without looking up, “We need only one, but the first one got damaged at the last stage…”

The gentleman
examined the idol and found no apparent damage…

“Where is the damage?” he asked.
“There is a scratch on the nose of the idol.” said the sculptor, still
busy with his work….

“Where are you going to install the idol?”

The sculptor replied that it would be
installed on a
pillar twenty feet high…

“If the idol is that far who is going to know that there is a scratch on the nose?”
the gentleman asked.

The sculptor stopped work, looked up at the gentleman, smiled and said,


::: MORAL :::

The Desire To Excel Is Exclusive Of The Fact Whether Someone Else Appreciates It Or Not….

“Excellence” Is A
Drive From Inside, Not Outside….

Excellence Is Not For
Someone Else To Notice But For Your Own Satisfaction And Efficiency.






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