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  • From DEV SUMAN SHARMA on Categories

    Dear Nishant,
    I recently had the good fortune of reading your reviews and advice on books. It is well-written and contains sound, practical advice. In fact, I have already benefited from your reviews and recommendations. You pointed out several things that I will remember for years to come and it is real treasure for the young generation. I look forward to reading your next review and book recommendation. Thank you for this brilliant collection.Your collection is beautiful.I wish I could write reviews like you.You write reviews exactly how I feel a review should be written, even if I can’t express it, I can relate to your ideas.Your writing inspires me. Congratulation and thanks.

    2017/12/30 at 7:56 am
  • From DEV SUMAN SHARMA on What is Right & What is Wrong?

    Justifying Evil
    Obviously the present crisis throughout the world is exceptional, without precedent. There have been crises of varying types at different periods throughout history – social, national, political. Crises come and go; economic recessions, depressions, come, get modified, and continue in a different form. We know that; we are familiar with that process. Surely the present crisis is different, is it not? It is different first because we are dealing not with money nor with tangible things but with ideas. The crisis is exceptional because it is in the field of ideation. We are quarreling with ideas, we are justifying murder; everywhere in the world we are justifying murder as a means to a righteous end, which in itself is unprecedented. Before, evil was recognized to be evil, murder was recognized to be murder, but now murder is a means to achieve a noble result. Murder, whether of one person or of a group of people, is justified, because the murderer, or the group that the murderer represent, justifies it as a means of achieving a result that will be beneficial to man. That is, we sacrifice the present for the future, and it does not matter what means we employ as long as our declared purpose is to produce a result that we say will be beneficial to man. Therefore, the implication is that a wrong means will produce a right end and you justify the wrong means through ideation. We have a magnificent structure of ideas to justify evil and surely that is unprecedented. Evil is evil; it cannot bring about good. War is not a means to peace.Let us look at the answer given by J Krishnamurti.
    Questioner: In the Bhagavad-Gita, Krishna urges Arjuna to enter into battle. You say right means to right ends. Are you opposed to the teachings of Krishna?

    Krishnamurti: Perhaps some of you have not heard of this book; it is the sacred book of the Hindus in which Krishna, supposed to be the manifestation of God, urges Arjuna, the warrior, to enter into battle. Now, the questioner wants to know if I am opposed to this teaching which urges Arjuna to fight. This teaching can be interpreted in many ways, each interpretation creating contention. We can think of many interpretations, but I do not want to indulge in speculation which would be futile. Let us think-feel without the crippling burden of spiritual authority. This is of primary importance to understand the real.

    To accept authority, especially in matters that concern right thinking, is utterly foolish. To accept authority is binding, hindering, and the worship of authority is self-worship. It is a form of laziness, thoughtlessness, leading to ignorance and sorrow.

    Most of us desire to have a world in which there is peace and brotherhood, in which ruthlessness and war have no place, in which there is kindliness and tolerance. How are we to achieve it? To bring about right ends surely right means must be employed. If you would have tolerance, you must be tolerant, you must put away intolerance from you. If you would have peace, you must use right means for it, not wrong methods, brutality and violence. This is obvious, is it not? If you would be friends with another, you must show courtesy and kindliness; there must be no anger, no cause for enmity. So you must use right means to create right ends, for in the very means is the end. They are not separate; they do not lie distant. So if you would have peace in this world, you must use peaceful methods. You may have right ends, but wrong means will not achieve them. Surely this is an obvious fact, but unfortunately we are carried away by repetitive authority, by propaganda, by ignorance. The thing in itself is simple and clear. If you would have a brotherly, unified world, then you must put away the causes of disruption: enmity, jealousy, acquisitiveness, nationality, racial difference, pride, and so on. But very few of us are willing to put aside our craving for power, our specialized religion, our ill will, and so on; we are unwilling to abandon these and yet we want peace, a noncompetitive and sane world!

    You cannot have peace in the world except through peaceful means. You must eradicate in yourself the causes of enmity by right and intelligent means, by right thinking. Self-knowledge cultivates right thinking. But as most of us are ignorant of ourselves, and as our thinking-feeling is self-contradictory, our thought is nonexistent. So we are led, driven, and made to accept. Through constant awareness of every thought-feeling, the ways of the self are known, and out of self-knowledge comes right thinking. Right thinking will create the right means for a sane and peaceful world.

    2017/12/30 at 7:33 am
  • From Kishore on Finance As A True Business Partner
    (Published in: Financial Chronicle and HT Business)

    interesting one….. Finance is not only numbers

    2017/12/07 at 2:32 pm
  • From Kishore on 5 Golden Rules to ensure Real business impact from Corporate Training
    (Published in: The Financial Express)

    I am following every article that you wrote every article is helping to build myself. Thank you.

    2017/12/07 at 2:24 pm
  • From Kishore on The Great B-School Dilemma
    (Published in: Careers 360)

    Nice article for a dilemma graduate student.

    2017/12/07 at 2:23 pm
  • From Kishore on The Leadership Pipeline Developing True Leaders at Every Level

    Great article from you sir.

    2017/12/07 at 2:22 pm
  • From sunil on The Great B-School Dilemma
    (Published in: Careers 360)

    Nice article for a student in dilemma who is yet to choose his MBA. Choosing the right options can be tricky some times. This article helped me to choose the criteria for it.

    2017/12/07 at 2:16 pm
  • From E Prasanth on The Leadership Pipeline Developing True Leaders at Every Level

    I think Leadership qualities and communication skills are the ones which decides future in Corporate world

    2017/12/07 at 2:15 pm
  • From E Prasanth on The Great B-School Dilemma
    (Published in: Careers 360)

    After completion of my graduation I was in a dilemma to choice which college is better I think this could help

    2017/12/07 at 2:00 pm
  • From E Prasanth on 5 Golden Rules to ensure Real business impact from Corporate Training
    (Published in: The Financial Express)

    At present I am taking MBA. I will keep learning from your articles.

    2017/12/07 at 1:51 pm
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