Loss of health is one of the manifold misfortunes that may befall humanity. All of joys and happiness, which life can give can not outweigh the sufferings of the sick. Give the sick man everything and leave him with his sufferings, he will feel that half the world is lost for him. Lay him on a soft silken couch; he will nevertheless groan sleepless under the pressure of his sufferings; while the miserable beggar blessed with health, sleeps soundly on the hard ground.
In difficulty, the man who has to face it, either comes better or worse. The strength and skill of a man are judged in worst situation. Encounter with it will train his strength and discipline his skill. The road to success may steep to climb, but it puts to proof the energies of him who would reach the submit. By experience, a man soon learns how obstacles are to be overcome by grapping with them. Thus difficulties often fall away of themselves before the determination to overcome them.
Caste has played crucial role in Indian Democracy. Many organizations based on caste came into existence even before the constitution came into force. The illiterate people, who didnâ€™t understand politics were mobilized to organize themselves by appealing to their caste sentiments by the self interested politicians. The casteism dominates Indian politics so deeply ,effecting not only the formation of political parties but also their manifestos. Various groups based on caste and communities have been formed in various states, fomenting hatred against one another.
Some people believe in existence of supernatural being while some find a reason for everything. Some believe that everything is a coincidence while some believe in fate. Coincidence is a seemingly planned sequence of accidentally happening of things while fate means that happening of things is predestined. Sometimes we have an ominous feeling that something bad is about to happen, sometimes a dream predicts our future. For some fate, plays triggering role in a personâ€™s life. Sometimes events happened automatically in our lives.
Since times immemorial, superstitions prevailed on this earth and millions of people believe in them, while many laugh at them and ignore them. Dr Betty, explaining the origin of superstitions ,says that all the mysterious practices together with magic and superstitions come from the primitive manâ€™s feeling of insecurity in a world he could not understand and was powerless to control. So ,he looked for any means of foretelling the success of his hunting or farming and invented rituals, which were supposed to avert evil and misfortune.
The system of examination, as it exists today, does not at all assess the real worth and intelligence of the candidate. If same answers are judged by two different examiners, we find a lot of difference. One examiner may be liberal and another may be meticulous one, the way of marking differs a lot. The present day examination system is nothing but a matter of chance ,no certainty or reliability can be placed. Most of the students suffer from examination phobia, as the date of examination draws nearer, the students start becoming nervous.
When we survey our lives and efforts we soon observe that almost the whole of our actions and desires are bound up with the existence of other human beings. We notice that whole nature resembles that of social animals. We eat food that others have produced, wear clothes that other have made, live in houses that others have built. The greater part of our knowledge and beliefs has been passed on to us by other people though the medium of a language which others have created. Without language and mental capacity we would have been poor indeed comparable to higher animals.
It is physically impossible for a well educated, intellectual, or brave man to make money the chief object of his thoughts just as it is for him to make his dinner the principal object of them. All healthy people like their dinners, but their dinner is not the main object of their lives. So all healthy minded people like making money ought to like it and enjoy the sensation of winning it; it is something better than money. A good soldier for instance mainly wishes to do his fighting well.