મળતા રહો મિત્રો – ઑશો રજનીશ

જયારે મારુ મૃત્યુ થશે તો
તમે મારા
પરિવારજનોને મળવા આવશો
અને મને ખબર પણ નહિ પડે તો
હમણાં જ આવી જાવો ને મને મળવા.

જયારે મારુ મૃત્યુ થશે
તમે મારા બધા ગુનાઓ
માફ કરી દેશો
જેની મને ખબર પણ નહિ પડે તો
આજે જ માફ કરી દો ને.

જયારે મારુ મૃત્યુ થશે ત્યારે
તમે મારી કદર કરશો અને
મારા વિષે સારી સારી વાતો કરશો
જે હું સાંભળી નહિ શકુ તો
હમણાં જ બોલોને.

જયારે મારુ મૃત્યુ થશે ત્યારે
તમને થશે કે માણસ
ઘણો સારો હતો એની સાથે
થોડો વધુ સમય વિતાવ્યો હોત તો
સારુ થાત તો
આજે જ આવી જાઓ ને.

એટલા માટે કહું છું કે
રાહ નહિ જુઓ
રાહ જોવામાં ક્યારેક
બહુ મોડુ થઇ જાય છે..!!

એટલા માટે
મળતા રહો મિત્રો

  • ઑશો રજનીશ

• गौतम बुद्ध के सुविचार •

…. जो गुजर गया उसके बारे में मत सोचो और भविष्य के सपने मत देखो
केवल वर्तमान पे ध्यान केंद्रित करो ।
– गौतम बुद्ध

…. आप पूरे ब्रह्माण्ड में कहीं भी ऐसे व्यक्ति को खोज लें जो आपको आपसे ज्यादा प्यार करता हो, आप पाएंगे कि जितना प्यार आप खुद से कर सकते हैं उतना कोई आपसे नहीं कर सकता।
– गौतम बुद्ध

…. स्वास्थ्य सबसे बड़ा उपहार है, संतोष सबसे बड़ा धन और विश्वास सबसे अच्छा संबंध।
– गौतम बुद्ध

…. हमें हमारे अलावा कोई और नहीं बचा सकता, हमें अपने रास्ते पे खुद चलना है।
– गौतम बुद्ध

…. तीन चीज़ें ज्यादा देर तक नहीं छुपी रह सकतीं – सूर्य, चन्द्रमा और सत्य
– गौतम बुद्ध

…. आपका मन ही सब कुछ है, आप जैसा सोचेंगे वैसा बन जायेंगे ।
– गौतम बुद्ध

…. अपने शरीर को स्वस्थ रखना भी एक कर्तव्य है, अन्यथा आप अपनी मन और सोच को अच्छा और साफ़ नहीं रख पाएंगे ।
– गौतम बुद्ध

…. हम अपनी सोच से ही निर्मित होते हैं, जैसा सोचते हैं वैसे ही बन जाते हैं। जब मन शुद्ध होता है तो खुशियाँ परछाई की तरह आपके साथ चलती हैं ।
– गौतम बुद्ध

…. किसी परिवार को खुश, सुखी और स्वस्थ रखने के लिए सबसे जरुरी है – अनुशासन और मन पर नियंत्रण।
अगर कोई व्यक्ति अपने मन पर नियंत्रण कर ले तो उसे आत्मज्ञान का रास्ता मिल जाता है
– गौतम बुद्ध

…. क्रोध करना एक गर्म कोयले को दूसरे पे फैंकने के समान है जो पहले आपका ही हाथ जलाएगा।
– गौतम बुद्ध

…. जिस तरह एक मोमबत्ती की लौ से हजारों मोमबत्तियों को जलाया जा सकता है फिर भी उसकी रौशनी कम नहीं होती उसी तरह एक दूसरे से खुशियाँ बांटने से कभी खुशियाँ कम नहीं होतीं ।
– गौतम बुद्ध

…. इंसान के अंदर ही शांति का वास होता है, उसे बाहर ना तलाशें ।
– गौतम बुद्ध

…. आपको क्रोधित होने के लिए दंड नहीं दिया जायेगा, बल्कि आपका क्रोध खुद आपको दंड देगा ।
– गौतम बुद्ध

…. हजारों लड़ाइयाँ जितने से बेहतर है कि आप खुद को जीत लें, फिर वो जीत आपकी होगी जिसे कोई आपसे नहीं छीन सकता ना कोई स्वर्गदूत और ना कोई राक्षस ।
– गौतम बुद्ध

…. जिस तरह एक मोमबत्ती बिना आग के खुद नहीं जल सकती उसी तरह एक इंसान बिना आध्यात्मिक जीवन के जीवित नहीं रह सकता ।
– गौतम बुद्ध

…. निष्क्रिय होना मृत्यु का एक छोटा रास्ता है, मेहनती होना अच्छे जीवन का रास्ता है, मूर्ख लोग निष्क्रिय होते हैं और बुद्धिमान लोग मेहनती ।
– गौतम बुद्ध

…. हम जो बोलते हैं अपने शब्दों को देखभाल के चुनना चाहिए कि सुनने वाले पे उसका क्या प्रभाव पड़ेगा,
अच्छा या बुरा ।
– गौतम बुद्ध

…. आपको जो कुछ मिला है उस पर घमंड ना करो और ना ही दूसरों से ईर्ष्या करो, घमंड और ईर्ष्या करनेवाले लोगों को कभी मन की शांति नहीं मिलती ।
– गौतम बुद्ध

…. अपनी स्वयं की क्षमता से काम करो, दूसरों निर्भर मत रहो ।
– गौतम बुद्ध

….. असल जीवन की सबसे बड़ी विफलता है हमारा असत्यवादी होना ।
– गौतम बुद्ध.

જે કપની અંદર હોય એ જ બહાર છલકાય.

આપણા હાથમાં ગરમ કૉફીનો
છલોછલ ફીણમઢેલો કપ
હોય અને પીવાની
તૈયારી
કરતા જ હોઈએ
ત્યાંજ પાછળથી
કોઈ ઉતાવળમાં આવે. તેનો ધક્કો હાથને વાગે અને છલોછલ ભરેલા
કપમાંથી ચારે તરફ કૉફી
ઢોળાય જાય.

બરાબર આવું જ થાય.

શા માટે કૉફી ઢોળાય?

તમે જવાબ આપશો
અરે કોઈ પાછળથી ધક્કો મારે તો કૉફી ઢોળાય જ ને ?

ના,
આ જવાબ પૂરો સાચો નથી.
તમારા હાથમાંના કપમાંથી
કૉફી ઢોળાય,
કારણ કે
કપ કૉફીથી ભરેલો હતો.
જો
કપ
ચાથી ભરેલો હોત તો… ચા ઢોળાત !

જે કપની અંદર હોય એ
છલકાયને બહાર આવી જાય…
ઢોળાઈ જાય.
પછી એ ચા હોય,
કૉફી કે દૂધ કે લસ્સી કે પછી શરબત.

જે કપની અંદર હોય એ જ બહાર છલકાય.

આ વાતમાં છુપાયેલો સંદેશ હવે સમજીએ.

સંદેશ એ છે કે
આ છલોછલ ભરેલો કપ એ આપણે છીએ.
જ્યારે જીવનમાં આપણને
સમય-સંજોગ પ્રમાણે ધક્કો
લાગે ત્યારે આપણી અંદર જે
હોય એ
બહાર છલકાય છે.

જ્યાં સુધી ધક્કો ન વાગે ત્યાં
સુધી તો આપણે
બરાબર સારા બનવાનો દંભ કરી શકીએ છીએ,
પરંતુ
જ્યારે ન ગમતું બને,
ધક્કો વાગે ત્યારે હકીકતમાં
અંદર રહેલું
વ્યક્તિત્વ બહાર આવી જાય છે.

આપણે આપણી જાતને
પૂછવાનું છે કે
આપણે કપ હોઈએ-
ધક્કો વાગે
તો બહાર શું છલકાય?

જિંદગીમાં ધક્કો વાગે
ત્યારે શું છલકાશે?
શું ઢોળાશે?

આનંદ ? આભાર ? શાંતિ ? માનવતા ?
વિનમ્રતા ?
કે પછી
ગુસ્સો ?
કડવાશ?
ખરાબ શબ્દો ?
કે પછી
ખરાબ વર્તન?

આપણામાંથી કશુંક સારું જ છલકાય, ઢોળાય એ માટે જીવનને ક્ષમા,શાંતિ, આનંદ, દયા, પ્રેમ, લાગણી, સ્નેહભર્યા શબ્દો અને હકારાત્મકતાથી ભરી દો.

પછી ભલે જીવનમાં ધક્કો વાગે કશુંક સારું જ છલકાશે.

આપનું જીવન સુગંધિત રહે…મહ.
💐💐💐

The oneness of the human family

This is the sum of duty, do not do to others what would cause pain if done to you. = Hinduism

Treat not others in ways that you yourself would find hurtful. = buddhism

One should treat all creatures in the world as one would like to be treated. = Jainism

Don’t create enmity with anyone as god is within everyone = Sikhism

Regard your neighbor’s gain as your gain and your neighbor’s loss as your loss = Taoism

One word which sums up the basis of all good conduct… Loving =indness. Do not do unto others what you do not want done to yourself. = Confucianism

What -is hateful to you’d do not do to your fellow man. This is the whole torah: All the rest is commentary. = Judaism

Do not do unto others whatever is injurious to yourself. = Zoroastrianism

In everything, do to others as you would have them do to you, for this is the law and the prophets. = Christianity

Not one of you truly believes until you wish for others what you wish for yourself. = Islam.

Lay not on any soul a load that you would not wish to be laid upon you, and desire not for anyone the things you would not desire for yourself. = baha’i

How to Work Less and Get More Done

10 Commandments of SCRUM

The management development process that has transformed the technology industry and is revolutionizing how business works:

  1. One Meeting a Day. In fifteen minutes, you can coordinate your efforts, align your team, and discover obstacles to progress. Get rid of status meetings, and two hour-long searches for blame.
  2. Make Work Visible. One of the biggest time wastes in American corporations is team members not knowing what other people are working on. It results in duplication, wasted effort, secrecy, working on the wrong things, working on the same things, and spending effort on things that don’t matter. Simply putting all the work up on a wall on sticky notes in three columns–To Do, Doing, Done–will eliminate huge amounts of waste. The fastest teams in the fastest companies know what everyone is working on.
  3. Keep Teams Small. If your team is more than 9 people, it’s too big. Smaller is better. A huge amount of research shows that small teams cost less, produce more, and deliver faster than big teams. A team of five will work faster than a team of twenty. Adding people to a late project will only complicate the process and make the project later.
  4. Eliminate Agendas – Create Deliverable. Before every meeting, everyone involved needs to have a clear understanding of what the deliverable of the meeting is. Does a decision have to be made that can’t be in any other way? Make every meeting produce something. If the deliverable can’t be articulated, don’t have the meeting.
  5. Forget Titles; Tear Up Your Business Cards. The best teams all have one job title: Team Member. Research shows that the more specialized the roles in an organization, the slower the organization will be. Keep the titles for external use if you have to. Within the group, job titles slow things down, measurably.
  6. No Interruptions. Humans are absolutely terrible at multitasking. Sadly, the research is clear that the people who think they are the best at it are actually the worst. Every time you switch tasks, from crafting a report to answering an email, your productivity plummets. Do one thing at a time. Create uninterrupted time. You will be stunned by the increase in productivity
  7. One Project at a Time. When you ask people how much of their time they spend working on a specific project it is usually less than fifty percent, and often twenty percent. Assign team members to one project 100 percent until that is done. Then go to the next one. We’ve been in companies where management claims one project is the top priority for the company–that it is a make or break project. But the people assigned to that project aren’t spending 100 percent of their time on it. It’s flabbergasting, but all too common.
  8. Prioritize. Often organizations have four or five projects going on at once, with team members switching from project to project. Everything is a priority. But when management implies that, what they are really saying is that nothing is a priority. Focus on the project with the most value. Put it at the top of the queue. Work to get it to done and then move to the next project. By focusing on one project at a time, you will deliver those five projects in less time than it would have taken if you’d worked on them all at once. And you or your customers will be making revenue off it months earlier.
  9. No Heroes. When someone makes a heroic effort to save a project–to deliver it successfully on time and under budget–they usually get slaps on the backs and high fives. But heroics aren’t a sign of greatness. They are a sign of a deeply dysfunctional system. Why were heroics required? Bad planning? Heroism should be viewed as an organizational failure, not celebrated. A Hail Mary pass in football, even if completed, is an act of desperation, not the sign of a successful team.
  10. Burn the Timesheets. Measuring how many hours an employee puts into a project is a meaningless metric. Yet it has somehow become how we pay our employees, how we write contracts, and how we evaluate effort. It’s an old saw, but whatever you measure you get more of. Does it really matter how long it took to create something? Isn’t the real metric the deliverable, the value created? Measure output, not input, and you’ll get more value delivered in less time. With SCRUM, our motto is work less, get more done. Equating hours with effort is a fool’s errand.

22 Reasons To Believe Hinduism is Based On Science

वृक्ष
People are advised to worship Neem and Banyan tree in the morning. Inhaling the air near these trees, is good for health.

योग
If you are trying to look ways for stress management, there can’t be anything other than Hindu Yoga aasan Pranayama (inhaling and exhaling air slowly using one of the nostrils).

प्रतिष्ठान
Hindu temples are built scientifically. The place where an idol is placed in the temple is called ‘Moolasthanam’. This ‘Moolasthanam’ is where earth’s magnetic waves are found to be maximum, thus benefitting the worshipper.

तुलसी
Every Hindu household has a Tulsi plant. Tulsi or Basil leaves when consumed, keeps our immune system strong to help prevent the H1N1 disease.

मन्त्र
The rhythm of Vedic mantras, an ancient Hindu practice, when pronounced and heard are believed to cure so many disorders of the body like blood pressure.

तिलक
Hindus keep the holy ash in their forehead after taking a bath, this removes excess water from your head.

कुंकुम
Women keep kumkum bindi on their forehead that protects from being hypnotised.

हस्त ग्रास
Eating with hands might be looked down upon in the west but it connects the body, mind and soul, when it comes to food.

पत्तल
Hindu customs requires one to eat on a leaf plate. This is the most eco-friendly way as it does not require any chemical soap to clean it and it can be discarded without harming the environment.banana; palash leaves

कर्णछेदन
Piercing of baby’s ears is actually part of acupuncture treatment. The point where the ear is pierced helps in curing Asthma.

हल्दी
Sprinkling turmeric mixed water around the house before prayers and after. Its known that turmeric has antioxidant, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory qualities.

गोबर
The old practice of pasting cow dung on walls and outside their house prevents various diseases/viruses as this cow dung is anti-biotic and rich in minerals.

गोमूत्र
Hindus consider drinking cow urine to cure various illnesses. Apparently, it does balance bile, mucous and airs and a remover of heart diseases and effect of poison.

शिक्षा
The age-old punishment of doing sit-ups while holding the ears actually makes the mind sharper and is helpful for those with Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, learning difficulties and behavioural problems.

दिया
Lighting ‘diyas’ or oil or ghee lamps in temples and house fills the surroundings with positivity and recharges your senses.

जनेऊ
Janeu, or the string on a Brahmin’s body, is also a part of Acupressure ‘Janeu’ and keeps the wearer safe from several diseases.

तोरण
Decorating the main door with ‘Toran’- a string of mangoes leaves;neem leaves;ashoka leaves actually purifies the atmosphere.

चरणस्पर्श
Touching your elder’s feet keeps your backbone in good shape.

चिताग्नि
Cremation or burning the dead, is one of the cleanest form of disposing off the dead body.


Chanting the mantra ‘Om’ leads to significant reduction in heart rate which leads to a deep form of relaxation with increased alertness.

हनुमान चालीसा
Hanuman Chalisa, according to NASA, has the exact calculation of the distance between Sun and the Earth.

शंख
The ‘Shankh Dhwani’ creates the sound waves by which many harmful germs, insects are destroyed. The mosquito breeding is also affected by Shankh blowing and decreases the spread of malaria..

Learn to narrow your search criteria for better searches in Outlook

The following table shows examples of searches you might find useful. The search query syntax, available when the Instant Search feature is enabled, follows this basic form: keyword:your search criteria value.

For example, from:bobby

You can also use logical operators AND, NOT, OR, <, >, =, and so forth to refine your search, and these are noted in the table. Logical operators must be typed in uppercase letters.

E THIS TO FIND THIS
bobby Items containing bobby, BOBBY, BoBby, or any other combination of uppercase and lowercase letters. Instant Search is not case sensitive.
bobby moore Items containing both bobby and moore, but not necessarily in that order.
bobby AND moore Items containing both bobby and moore, but not necessarily in that order. Note that logical operators such as AND, NOT, and OR must be in uppercase letters.
bobby NOT moore Items containing bobby, but not moore.
bobby OR moore Items containing bobby, moore, or both.
“bobby moore” Items containing the exact phrase bobby moore. Note the use of double quotes so that the search results match the exact phrase within the quotes.
from:”bobby moore” Items sent from bobby moore. Note the use of double quotes so that the search results match the exact phrase within the quotes.
from:”bobby moore” about:”status report” Items sent from bobby moore where status report appears in the subject line, body, and attachment contents. Note the use of double quotes so that the search results match the exact phrase within the quotes.
hasattachment:yes Items that have attachments. You can also use hasattachment:true to get the same results.
attachments:presentation.pptx Items that have attachments named presentation.pptx or if the attachment contains presentation.pptx within its contents.
subject:”bobby moore” Items whose subject contains the phrase bobby moore.
subject:bobby moore Items with bobby in the subject line and with moore anywhere else in the document.
cc:”bobby more” Items in which the display name bobby moore is on the Cc line.
cc:bobbymoore@contoso.com Items in which the e-mail address bobbymoore@contoso.com is on the Cc line.
bcc:bobby Items in which bobby is on the Bcc line.

Sources: http://office.microsoft.com/en-in/outlook-help/learn-to-narrow-your-search-criteria-for-better-searches-in-outlook-HA010238831.aspx

Gujarati Shyari

કોણ ભલાને પૂછે છે? અહીં કોણ બૂરાને પૂછે છે?
મતલબથી બધાને નિસ્બત છે, અહીં કોણ ખરાને પૂછે છે?
અત્તરને નિચોવી કોણ પછી ફૂલોની દશાને પૂછે છે?
સંજોગ ઝુકાવે છે નહીંતર અહીં કોણ ખુદાને પૂછે છે?

મોજમાં રહેવું, મોજમાં રહેવું, બસ મોજમાં રહેવું રે – દાણ અલ્દારી

મોજમાં રહેવું, મોજમાં રહેવું, બસ મોજમાં રહેવું રે
જી રે જી રે મોજમાં રહેવું, મોજમાં રહેવું, બસ મોજમાં રહેવું રે
પણ અઘમ અગોચર અલખ ધણીની ખોજમાં રહેવું રે.
જી રે જી રે મોજમાં રહેવું,  || ૨ ||

કે કારમીન પાણાના કારજ વીંધી અને પુપડું ફૂટે રે
અને આભ ધરા વીજ રમતું હાલે એનો ખેલનાં ખૂટે રે
તો પછી લહેર આવે, લખ લાખ દરીયાનાં, લુંટતા રહેવું,  લુંટતા રહેવું  રે
જી રે જી રે મોજમાં રહેવું,  || ૨ ||

કાલ કરે કાલ, કામનું એમાં કાઈના હાલે રે
અને મરવું જાણે મરજીવાને એ તો રમતો ટાળે રે
તો પછી અંત વાદી નવ જણાતા રે તો તરતા રહેવું  રે
જી રે જી રે મોજમાં રહેવું,  || ૨ ||

સંસાર ખોટું કે સપનું ખોટું, એમાં સૂઝ પડે નહિ રે
યુગ વીત્યા યુગ ની પણ જો, સદીઓં થઇ ગઈ રે
તો પણ મારામીપણનો મર્મનાં જાણે, આ કોતુક કેવું રે
જી રે જી રે મોજમાં રહેવું,  || ૨ ||

કે જોતવા જાઉંતો મળે નહી જોત્યો, એ ગહન ગોવિંદો રે
પાછો હારી ભક્તોનેવ હાથવગો છે, એ તો પ્રેમ પરખંદો રે
તો પછી એવા દેવને દીવો કે ધૂપ શું દેવું, દિલ દઈ દેવું રે
જી રે જી રે મોજમાં રહેવું,  || ૨ ||

કે રામ કૃપા એને રોજ દિવાળી, એને રંગનાં કોળા રે
કામ કરે એની કોઠી કોઈદી, ખૂટે નહિ દાણા રે
તો દાણ અલ્દારી કે, આળસુ થઇને આયુષ ખોયું રે
જી રે જી રે મોજમાં રહેવું,  || ૨ ||

Keeping friends – Paulo Coelh: 10 SEC READING

When she was eleven years old, Anita went to her mother to complain.

“I can’t manage to have friends. They all stay away from me because I’m so jealous.”

Her mother was taking care of newly-born chickens, and Anita held up one of them, which immediately tried to escape.
The more the girl squeezed it in her hands, the more the chicken struggled.

Her mother said: “try holding it gently.”
Anita obeyed her. She opened her hands and the chicken stopped struggling.
She began to stroke it and the chicken cuddled up between her fingers.

“Human beings are like that too,” said her mother. “If you want to hold onto them by any means, they escape. But if you are kind to them, they will remain for ever by your side.”

Original: http://paulocoelhoblog.com/2011/02/22/on-jealousy/