Swami Vivekananda is one of the most known and revered spiritual leaders. Today we pay homage to the one who’s an embodiment of youth, on his 116th death anniversary . He had an extremely dynamic personality and conquered the entire world through his ideals and beliefs. Books containing his teachings preach the humans worldwide and are quite popular among youth.
Depression , anger, self-doubt, lethargy are some main issues faced by the modern Indian youth. And you must amaze yourself by knowing that his teachings have already hinted the solutions for the above problems about an 100 years ago.
Lets go through some points:
According to Swami ji , the real birth of an individual takes place only when he/she realizes the purpose of life. He categorized motiveless people as “walking-talking corpse”.
He always said, think of DOING something and not BECOMING something. In the process of doing something, you will definitely learn a lot.
He said “a person is an atheist who doesn’t believe in himself “.
He kept reminding people that nothing is impossible. The real problem is that we limit to know our capabilities.
Swami ji always believed that everything that is happening around us, be it positive or negative, gives us the opportunity to manifest the potential within.
“To succeed, you must have tremendous perseverance, tremendous will. ‘I will drink the ocean’, says the persevering soul; ‘at my will mountains will crumble up’. Have that energy, that sort of will; work hard, and you will reach the goal.”
Dedication with discipline is the key to success. Follow and you will see it for yourself. Pursuing a challenge with utmost dedication is, indeed, a road to success for our youth.
For any organization to work effectively, efficient team work is necessary. While his visit to USA , he was greatly influenced by the way teams at different sectors worked there. He wanted that Indians must understand and carry this out in their lives.
Power is with us:
“All the powers in the universe are already ours. It is we who have put our hands before our eyes and cry that it is dark.”
We often blame our failures on other factors because they are not in our control but fail to look our own shortcomings. Time and again, people from around the world remind us that nothing can stop you from realizing your dream if you truly work hard for it. This is another self realization lesson which he often told to the youth.
“Whatever you think, that you will be. If you think yourselves weak, weak you will be; if you think yourselves strong, strong you will be.”
Yet another emphasis which he lay was over the fact of realizing our true potential.
Your thoughts make you. Beware. Think good. Be good.
In this rat race of making money and fame of the so-called “humans” or the only walking and talking corpse”, we must distinguish ourselves and get reassured of our real motto of living in this life. Take these points into your mind and try to lead a comparatively happier, successful, peaceful life.