Safalta Ki Kunji, Motivational Thoughts In Hindi: Every person in life wants to get the key to success and wants to be successful. But haste to get success does not prove right at any cost. The result of a hasty decision or a hasty act is always painful and painful. So be patient and take each step towards your goal after thinking carefully.
As Girdhar ji has said- “Whatever you do without thinking, you will be left behind, you will spoil your work, you will laugh in the world”
The example of this couplet of Girdhar ji is definitely given to every person when he does something wrong in haste. The meaning of this couplet is, the person who does not think before doing any work, does not get success in that work and after doing the work, he regrets in the end. Another saying is often said about failure of work or regrets, that is-
‘Now what would you have regretted when the field was eaten by the birds’
Means it is futile to repent now when the opportunity or the right time has gone out of hand. Therefore, before doing any work, take time to think and only after that take a concrete decision, so that you do not have to repent later.
God has created human in all the creatures in such a way that he has the intelligence to think. But some people do not use it due to laziness. Whereas it is necessary to do any work after careful consideration because one work can have many benefits. Some lead you to success and some to failure. That’s why it is said that the work done patiently and the right decision gets the benefit for a long time. On the other hand, due to the desire to get success in a hurry and enjoy happiness, even if one gets happiness, it does not last long.
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