How to deal with criticism positively? This Hidni poem on criticism by Manas Madrecha seeks to answer the question: What to do about the gossip-mongers who spread rumors associated with you? We cannot stifle the levity of remarks hurled upon us, but we can always neglect the venomous talks, disregard the deriding mockery and turn […]
The best thing ever happened to mankind is the development of a competency to transmute his latent thoughts into inwrought words. Manas Madrecha The efficacy of an individual’s elocution to influence millions is ineluctable; the invention of printing press further augmented it. Books are the wellspring of knowledge, plenitude of entertainment and copiousness of companionship. […]
We often overlook our own limitations, not because we don’t pay attention to ourselves, but we are more delightfully engrossed in finding other’s. Following is a poem on self by Manas Madrecha that advises us to primarily be focused on getting one’s flaws rectified before criticizing others and be aware of how great one is. If one aspires for impeccability, then one must self-analyze and deal with own foibles rather than relish the prospect of highlighting other’s imperfections.
Small aim is a crime. Here is a Hindi poem that elucidates on having great ambitions and being ready to become exclusive. To dream big, is the first step towards attaining magnificence in life.
The day it doesn’t matter how you look, is the day you feel the most beautiful. – Manas Madrecha