Sunday, July 17, 2011

“What Goes Around Comes Around”- Professor M.S.Rao

"Successful people are always looking for opportunities to help others. Unsuccessful people are always asking, What's in it for me?'." - Brian Tracy

People often get disappointed when they don’t get help from expected sources and especially from the people whom they helped in the past. In fact, when you expect help from others you may be disappointed most of the times as the other person may not be in a position to extend help or might have his own constraints and compulsions and the reasons beyond stated.

People should not expect help from others. Although man is a social animal and depends on others for help and cannot survive alone he should avoid expecting help from others. God is so kind that we get help from unexpected quarters and, finally, we are bailed out of the challenges.

We have often heard cliché, what goes around comes around. And it is true in our lives. When we help others without expecting any returns from others we would surely get help from unexpected people thus meeting our needs and requirements. I have seen in my life number of times people failed to help me when I was in crises. But I did not have any regrets as I got help from unexpected quarters that enabled me face the challenges squarely. The truth is that when God closes one door He opens another door. We often look at the door that is closed and break precious relations than the one that is opened. It is unfortunate that some people break their precious relations with their close relations and friends just because they did not get help from them.

For every successful person there is someone who laid the ladder for his success. In this world nobody can grow alone as we need the support of people to reach higher positions. At times we think that the people whom we helped must help us back. In fact, it is not possible always.

Help others with true heart. The pleasure you derive when you extend your hands is amazing and priceless. The other person feels happy and helps others with redoubled efforts thus making this world better place to live. Next time don’t expect anything from others. Keep extending your hands with a broad mind. You will see this world being filled with lot of love, affection, peace and fraternity.

Professor M.S.Rao
Founder and Chief Consultant,
MSR Leadership Consultants, India
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