Monday, May 16, 2011

“Man, His Problems and God” - Professor M.S.Rao

“We shall require a substantially new manner of thinking if mankind is to survive.” - Albert Einstein

Man is responsible for most of the problems. He often blames God for all his problems for which he alone is responsible. Most of the problems for man are due to his rotten attitude. When man attacks others negatively with rotten attitude he invites problems for himself. Sometimes he develops envy and breaks relations with others. Ultimately he blames God. In fact, man makes mistakes and makes God as a scapegoat for most of the time. As long as man has pleasures, he forgets God and the moment pressures start he recalls God and holds Him accountable for all his problems. Man must have the attitude of gratitude towards others and God.

In addition, most of the times man reacts to the problems rather than acting to the problems. Man blames individuals for all issues without looking at ideas for resolving them. Man often wants to have an easy going and success and compromises several things and, finally, blames God for the consequences. Hence, man must learn to act rather than react.

90:10 Principle

When one of my students wanted to share with me about 90:10 principle, I requested him to share in the presence of other students so that the students are also benefited from his knowledge. He said that 90 percent of the problems can be solved by acting rather than reacting to the situation and 10 percent of the problems were beyond human control. Therefore, we should not bother much about 10 percent of the problems that arise out of external forces and factors whereas we need to take a quick look at 90 percent of the problems that can be tackled easily with proactive attitude and approach. Treat every problem as a prospect and treat every lesson as a path towards your success.

To conclude, have a positive, right and strong attitude and learn to act rather than react to the situations and finally, have an attitude of gratitude towards God.

Professor M.S.Rao
Founder and Chief Consultant,
MSR Leadership Consultants, India
Blog: http://profmsr.blogspot.com
Where Knowledge is Wealth
Email: profmsr7@gmail.com

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1 comment:

Anil Kumar said...

The article makes a good reading. However, are people in a state to think, act, react as expected above. With the growing competition, struggle for existence, speedy life style, growing greed and self centred and selfish attitudes, people do not find time even to enjoy their lives. They go on struggle and by the time things settle, they grow old and thats it. This generation is a corrupted lot. YATHA RAJA TATHA PRAJA.

We must target the coming generations and guide them in the right direction, so that a healthy society is created.