TD. Kumar


Learning in the Battlefield!


Learning in the Battlefield!

Submitted: Monday, December 16, 2013
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Learning in the Battlefield!

Learning, knowledge, meditation and wisdom in the battlefield
Which life is! For Arjuna, Hamlet or us; the shield
Of strategy, knowledge and wisdom is to be acquired in the heat of action
Life may not give you extra time for getting and creating innovative plan for new goals and effective action.

The deepest spiritual teaching was delivered by Shri Krishna to Arjuna in the evening
When Mahabharata, the epic war was continuing
Learning through activity is an effective mod of modern teaching
Gandhi had to forge new strategy, ‘Satyagrah’, stand for truth and non violence in his unique political campaigning.

Most great leaders and profits learned there principle in course of their march to mission
You can’t be a love-guru’ be for launching on love or marriage a waiting the right season!
To cross the river of fire you most have guts to plunge
Growth happens best when you meditated for a few moments while you face a crisis or a crunch.

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