Archive for January 13th, 2011

‘You might have been born with a silver spoon in your mouth. Even so you shall use the nether end like the lowest of the low’.
Wisdom of life can only teach you not to confuse one with the other. O.K you will say, ’What has this got to do with wealth?’ Here are the ten commandments and you can work out your own conclusions.
1. Money is what you handle. If it brings you increase it can also decrease. It is time well invested or wasted.
2. Invest in your time and put your money where the mouth is. You shall live to spend it when others have lost shirts off their backs and their time as well.
3. Be warned when an offer to increase your capital is made by another: it does not state all facts. Any enterprise where your risks are your own and what profit you make has to be shared with another make the offer less than what seems.
4. Quick killing in a bullish market makes your credit good for possessing luxury goods. Ask yourself: does it cover your bare necessities even in a Bear market?
5. One who stays too long taking advantage of vagaries of market conditions has played the fool more often. Leave others to make their quick buck if you have made yours.
6. What good is making money if it cannot be spread around in ways that will keep on even after you have moved onto something else?
7. Any offer to make a quick buck is fine but does the profit come on a slow coach to keep you tied down?
8. Promoters who require hard sell and are hard up to put their own capital have already taken their cut. They only need your money to give an argument that your losses were as per the fine print in the prospectus:.’Market conditions shall apply.
9. Do not fall into debt trap. You spend one third of your life sleeping. Fine. Why should you borrow in order to make your sleep suffer?
10. Whoever offers you a simple solution to your credit worthiness only cover your back till you have taken a hit.

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Events are bookmarks.
In Tibet the Buddhism lays out the authority as a kind of inheritance. We see in tulku*, the reincarnation of Avalokiteswara(the Buddha) makes Dalai Lama the undisputed leader spiritual guru for the Tibetans. The current Dalai Lama is the 14th of this line. If reincarnation is valid how can we reconcile two time frames of the first Dalai Lama and the present? The living Dalai Lama’s flight from Tibet in 1959 is an event that sets him to a specific time frame from the first tulku. This ‘ocean of wisdom’ who received the Nobel Prize for Peace 1989 was not the physical reality another tulku before him. Reincarnation may render life of one an extension of another but events tie each to specific time and space thereby giving each the needful integrity.
There has been bizarre cases where a child seems to recall his or her previous life in another part of the land and under another name and circumstances. Is that child and identity under which it lived in previous birth the same? Of course not.

Each responds to events in a particular manner and it has its own pattern as gait, iris, fingerprints and voice recognition identify one individual from another.
In short time and space frame of an individual may get blurred but one’s response to his or her world will show his or her integrity. What keeps one inviolate?
Truth is the key that separates every life from one another whether reincarnation is true or not.
*tulku In Tibetan Buddhism, a tulku is a person recognized as the emanation of a deceased master. … “Tulku” is a Tibetan word meaning “transformation body,” or “nirmanakaya”.
2.Dalai Lama H.H Tenzin Gyatso, is both the head of state and the spiritual leader of Tibet. He was born on 6 July 1935

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