Nectar Of Wisdom

Sense of our own value and importance


A short course in human relations

The Six most important words    :  I admit that I was wrong.

The five most Important words   :  you did a great job.

The four most important words  :  What do you think?

The three most important words :  Could you please…

The two most important words   :  Thank you.

The most important word           :  We.

The least important word            :  I.

EGO Always Is A Double Edged Sword, Which Cuts Popularity in The Outer World and Purity in The inner World.

EGO is when we do what we should not do and do not do what we should do.

Egoist has lost the invisible eyes of the soul.                  – Dr. Mahavir Mal Lodha

Even a big pot full of water can be emptied by a small hole. So a little ego can drain all the nobility of a good heart.

Fools are those who are ready to harm self for the sake of their EGO.

– Hemant C. Lodha

If I am always comparing myself with other human beings, I will either suffer from ego or jealousy.                                                                    – Brahma Kumaris

In life we have option of becoming BETTER or BITTER. Difference is I.

Nothing destroys IRON like its own RUST.. LIKEWISE Nothing destroys a Person like His own EGO.

We can have either EGO or FRIENDS.

We cut nails not fingers, cut your ego, not relation.

The ego is a most fragile thing

Whether it’s owned by pauper or king

Without it, we do nothing, going nowhere,

You stomped on my ego, you didn’t care

My ego fought back, it knew it was right

It knew. it could win, by will or by might You


The Tortoise, the Elephant and the Hippopotamus


One day the tortoise met the Elephant, who trumpeted, “Out of my way, you weakling I might step on you!” The tortoise was not afraid and stayed where he was, so that elephant stepped on him, but could not crush him. ” Do not boast, Mr. Elephant, I am as strong as you are!” said the tortoise, but the elephant just laughed. So the tortoise asked him to come to his hill the next morning.


The next day, before sunrise, the tortoise ran down the hill to the hippopotamus, who was just on his way back into the water after his nocturnal feeding. “Mr. Hippo! Shall we have a tug-of-war? I bet I’m as strong as you are!” said the tortoise. The hippopotamus laughed as this ridiculous idea., but agreed. The tortoise produced a long rope and told the hippo to hold it in his mouth until the tortoise shouted “Hey!” Then the tortoise ran back up the hill where he found the elephant, who was getting impatient. He gave the elephant the other end of the rope and said, “When I say ‘Hey!’ pull, and you’ll see which of us is the strongest. “Then he ran halfway back down the hill, to a place where he couldn’t be seen, and shouted. “Hey!” The elephant and the hippopotamus pulled, but neither could budge the other-they were of equal strength. They both agreed that the tortoise was as strong as they were. Never do what others can do for you. The tortoise let others do the work for him while he got the credit.


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