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Wonderful Story : Sowing and Reaping (Winston Churcill & Alexander Flemming True Story)

July 11th, 2011 2 comments

Many people today do not believe the law of cause and effect. In Buddhism this familiar with the name of Karma, in Christianity known as sowing and reaping. Basically every human actions will cause and effect. Whether it resulted directly or indirectly. Because of distrust of modern humans at this, causing so many people today are not afraid to do something bad. This is what caused the world becomes increasingly chaotic lately. The following story is a true story about the law of cause and effect which could be a good example to illustrate how the so-called sowing and reaping.

 

One day a young man was walking in the woods, he suddenly heard a cry for help. Apparently he saw a young age as he was struggling with a floating sludge. The more moving even deeper he sank. The first young man had desperately wanted to give his help. With great effort the second young man’s can be saved. The first young man then take the second young man returned to his home. Read more…

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Wonderful Stories : Telephone Operator

July 3rd, 2011 No comments

As long as we live, we interact with many people. From so many people we know, there are some people that close with us, there are not so close to us. But for some people there are several person who they think is special in their eyes. As long as we live, we can make our lives more beautiful with enthusiasm, love and care from other people. The way we interact with people determines our relationship with someone. The following story is an example of a beautiful relationship between two human beings. Although they never met, but they both have a very special relationship.

When I was still a child, my father already had a telephone in our house. This was the beginning of the phone, black color, hanging on the wall, and if you want to contact the operator, we have to spin the rotary dial and have connected with another phone number. Read more…

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Wonderful Stories : Punish without Violence

April 20th, 2011 1 comment

In life when we pass through some inconvenience experience, that time we would learn a lot of lesson. Frequently from those inconvenience experience, our thought about life would change forever. Sometimes punishment are the most frequently inconvenience experience we faced in our life. In family, parents who love their children will teach everything they think the best for their children. Sometimes to make their children become better person, they need to punish their children. As we know, “Punish” identical to scold, advise, prohibit, or hit. However, there is one action that will educate more rather than all the action i mentioned above. What I want to share today is the so-called “Punishing without Violence“. Here is a story of youth Dr. Arun Gandhi (grandson of Mahatma Gandhi)

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Inspiration behind the founding of Stanford University

July 8th, 2010 No comments

Stanford University is one of the greatest and the most famous university in the world right now. Stanford enrolls approximately 6,800 undergraduate and 8,300 graduate students from the United States and around the world. Stanford is ranked second among world universities by the Academic Ranking of World Universities, and its undergraduate program is currently ranked fourth in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. But there only a few of people who knows about the story how Leland Stanford and Jane Stanford built the university the first time.Maybe this article has been posted many times in emails or on other sites. But there’s nothing wrong I will repeat this amazing story once again here. Here’s the story of the beginnings of the establishment of a world-renowned universities.

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Wonderful Story : Wisdom 3 x 8 = 23

June 11th, 2010 4 comments

This is one of my favorite story about Wisdom. This story happened on Zhou Dynasty in China, when Confucius live. Confucius was a thinker and social philosopher, whose teachings and philosophy have deeply influenced Asian people thought and way of life. In this story, we can learn that wisdom doesn’t mean that we have to be correct all the time. As we can see together, almost all trouble in this world happen when everyone argue each other which one is right and which one is wrong. Sometimes, we forget what the most important is… Let’s learn from this story what called wisdom.

Yan Hui was Confucius’s favorite disciple who love learning, he also have a good personality.

One day when Yan Hui was on duty, he saw a fabric store was surrounded by many people. He approached and found a buyer and seller of fabric is being debated.

Buyer shouted: “3 X 8 = 23, why did you say 24?”

Yan Hui fabric buyers approached and said: “My friend, 3 X 8 = 24, no longer debatable.”

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