Each one of us has a different way of exhibiting our love and devotion to god. For some people god is everything, while few turn skeptic when it comes to spirituality. Those people are called atheists who never trust the existence of god and often speak volumes whenever the topic is discussed.
“When things don’t get the way you want, just close your eyes and think of god and you” is repeated by an RJ on all his weekend shows which turns to be the favorite catchy sentence of my sister. Chanting the eleventh chapter of “Bhagavad-Gita” brings me luck and courage to tackle events and that’s what I did before appearing for the Group-Discussion during my placement.
I happened to read an article about business school students taking a turn towards spirituality in one of the dailies. The prospective managers and entrepreneurs see an essential connect between spirituality and business in today’s world. Of course, they do not follow a particular spiritual Guru but draw lessons from them. For instance, Yudhisthira as the one who binds together values; Bheema for the outcomes, Arjun for learning, Karna for legitimacy, Nakul for process and Sahdev for purpose. Spirituality enables the students to develop the skills and negotiate the world better.
Try chanting the “Om” mantra atleast ten times in a serene atmosphere for a week and then discover the Nirvana in you..