Friday, May 9, 2008


When we make a contribution in the form of an advice or a
suggestion, we usually do it with confidence. That means we are
sure of ourselves and are a master. But the problem usually comes
when people don't accept our suggestion. We are, then, not able to
accept their decision or criticism.

We need to have the perfect balance of being a master and a child.
It means that along with being a master while giving the
suggestions we need the consciousness of a child while it is being
heard. That means we are totally ready to accept the
comments/criticism that we might be faced with.

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