First Deserve, then desire Our desries have no end and they aer innumerable also . Our mind flittrs from one whish to another as a careless bee from one blossom to another, without realing the futility and the foolishness of riding on the wings of fancy . people expect good luck to meet at every turn of life . And when fortune obstinately refuss to meet them , theyfell bitteriy disapponited and angry at fat for being so unjust. Money ,love, power , popularity , beauty and peace aer the object most universally desired by man but none of these blessing has ever come to a manuntil he deserves it through endless efforts.
Men who has been fortunes favourite are so few that they can be counted as exception to th e rule. When a man comes possess on one of the crowns of life others instead of envying him ought to enquiry what a heavy class he has to bear for it. A man becomes rich if he undertakes back-breaking labours and sweats for earning an extra penny. To receive love one must learn to cultivating the noblest virtues of sacrifice self-denial and endurance.
Power will reside only in aman who has both integrity of character and merit that is productive popularirty can be maintained at ahigh price. And that price consists of character, kindness and unselfish service to other. Beautty is more and outcome of care and culture than a sheer of Nature. One enjoys spiritual serenity when suffering has purified one’s soul. Happines of our life is not lost button that we can look for it under a table as behind the door. One has to strive steadily towards releasing whatever he ardently wishes for.
A sensible person must make a self-analysis and assess how much he deserev the thing he deserves. The man who knows what his particular duty is and perfroms his own part with due care and respect he never denie the sweets, fruits of his toil. When of two students one came out with flying colours and the other fares poorly, we should not balane luck for being treacherous for through and care full work is sure to acheive its reward beside lazyness there are other defects in aman’s character and temperament, which may offsethis success in life.
Lack of calm and judgement the patience to follow a tedious paln to its ened and the incorrect understanding the values also cause disappoinment to a mn otherwise vigilant and hardworking. So instead of attributing failures to reason outside one must discover them in one’s own self in one’s errors and weakness. “Knock the door and it will be opened unto you” said jessus christ to his disciples. As this gospel holds the truth of al time that when we have put forth our efforts and proof of ourselves deserving , no gift will be withheld from a extending hand.