5.6.31 To pull up oneself after falling is an embodiment of greatness: Confucius... - CGNet Swara

To pull up oneself after falling is an embodiment of greatness: Confucius...

Chinese philosopher Confucius said, it’s easy to fall and there is no greatness in one’s life without a fall but to pull up oneself after falling is itself an embodiment of greatness, successful and best is he who talks less and works more, never entrust anyone with a work which you otherwise dislike yourself. Always do what pleases you only then can you eliminate helplessness pervading over every decision. You will always reach your mark even if you are slow provided you never stop, to hate others is easy but to love them is difficult. Good things unlike bad things are tougher to obtain in life, one who never learns from mistakes repeats them.

Posted on: Jan 09, 2018. Tags: SUNIL KUMAR

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