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The Golden Rule by Napoleon Hill

Introduction Napoleon Hill was an influential author who wrote books on personal success, motivation etc. We get to learn about making it easier to wake up whenever we want to, vivid imagination that leads to better public speaking skills and other different rules of success from the book titled ‘Golden Rules’ by Napoleon Hill,. He also talks about developing new skills and helpful habits in this book. 8 Golden Rules by Napoleon Hill Rule 1: We create our lives through our thoughts and this can lead to transformative success: We have the power to create the life that we want. The secret behind it is how we use our thoughts. Autosuggestion is one such powerful method that allows you to shape your development as an individual by feeding your mind with inspiring thoughts and images. Napoleon Hill regularly practised thinking of imaginary meetings, in that meeting he chat with distinguished and inspiring guests such as Abraham Lincoln, Socrates, Napoleon and Aristotle. During that meeting,

Positive aspects of Lockdown


Man waiting for lockdown

Introduction

We all are stuck at our houses and waiting for two things a) completion of lockdown, b) vaccine of Coronavirus. But most of us are consuming non-stop news bulletins and counting the Worldwide death toll of the Corona Virus. Researchers have found that stress has a psychosomatic impact on us. We are consuming so many negative things throughout the day and hoping for a positive outcome but it's impossible. The capacity of our mind is very high as compared to our body. We need to keep ourselves positive in these difficult days. It is a fact that negative thinking reduces our immunity and positive thinking boosts our immunity. Corona will definitely go within one or two months' timespan but just think what we will tell our future generations. Do we tell them that we were in depression during Corona Scare ? or we will tell that we emanated positivity and motivated our family members to fight Corona during the lockdown. We have to understand that Corona Virus cannot come inside our home automatically so we have to use Hand Sanitizers, masks and hand wash very frequently. The story of a saint and "death" is very relevant here. 

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Story of a saint and "death"

A very knowledgeable saint used to live just outside one village. Many villagers used to come to him for taking spiritual guidance. One day he was sitting under a tree and suddenly he saw a shadow. He asked from that shadow, "who are you?" and shadow answered that I am "death". Saint became very angry and asked, "how can you come inside this village without my permission ?" The shadow answered that she got an order and she needs to take 1500 lives in this village. She explained, " One Epidemic is coming to the village and you cannot do anything". The saint got a very big shock after listening to this news but he cannot do anything. Time started passing and Epidemic took a very scary form. More than 50,000 died within one year and the saint became very angry. Saint started waiting for the death and one day when she was passing by, he asked: " I thought that people used to speak lies but now death also started speaking lies". On this, death replied, " I do not lie as I took only 1500 life but the rest of the 48,500 people died just because of panic". 
man and woman jumping with joy

Conclusion

Now we are fighting with a pandemic, if you are sitting at home then you have to fight Corona with patience. Take care of your diet, make it more balanced with wholesome nutrients and vitamins. We must also schedule our day so that we cannot just sit back and watch Television throughout the day. If we are working from home then we can start early by taking a shower and breakfast timely but if we are not working then also we must make a to-do list every day. We can also sharpen our professional skills during this lockdown period or develop a new hobby like writing, reading, etc. We must also do regular exercise along with our family members. Be positive and motivate your family members and friends.
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