“ All changes are difficult and sometimes costly,
But if they are good changes, in the long run they pay off”
             The way to settle a disagreement is on the
                          Basis of what is Right , not who is Right

No one is an exception to a problem that seems beyond our understanding. When we try to solve the problem, we feel ourselves getting more and more confused, more and more trapped. The issue  here is not that we are not persistent, but that the problem is too complex for us to solve, despite our sincerity in finding a solution. 

When we are in such a situation it’s time to pause, step back and look at an interesting equation which comes to our rescue at all times.It is called ‘E + E = ‘R’.  Following the equation gives us fewer conflictsbecause of which we conserve our mental energies and operate at a higher productivity levels enthusiastically.

‘E + E’ denotes ‘effort and efficiency’ and ‘R’ here is ‘the Result’ which is not always in our hands. Though, the equation looks a bit of a puzzle and at the same time appeals to our rational mind, it has been the very foundation of all teachings by the wise, the platform for peak performance and the hall mark of persons with calmness and peace.

What is that equation which is so vitally useful?  God knows the answer but we can click and know it now.

Welcome to MONDAY MANTRA and we wish you all a week of enthusiasm and peak performance.





  1. Good Like. कर्मण्ये वाधिकारस्ते म फलेषु कदाचना
    कर्मफलेह्तुर भुरमा ते संगोस्त्वकर्मानी॥
    च २, ४७

    In English transliteration:
    Karmanye vadhikaraste ma phaleshu kadachna
    Karmaphalehtur bhurma te sangostvakarmani.
    Ch. 2, 47

    In English translation:
    You have a right to perform your prescribed duty, but you are not entitled to the fruits of action। Never consider yourself the cause of the results of your activities, and never be attached to not doing your duty.

    Often, when a pure, sincere believer travels among an urban setting, his believes are ridiculed by materialist people, who believe that one must have a desire for the fruits of action to achieve something.