SPIRITUAL AND MATERIAL RELATIONSHIPS IN AN INDIVIDUAL,DUTY OF MAN
(In Proverbial Form)
By Dr Gee
The first and best duty of man is to find the value of one's own only one life on earth.
Life is a duty.One has to perform one's duty at best.
Do our duty for duty be our motivating force.
It is one's duty to train and develop oneself for the good of all.
To develop an ideal mind belongs to the duty of a man or woman.
Everyone in life has one's duty.One must apply oneself to it.
Only a dutiful person can meet the demands of mind and matter.
A spirit of earnestness is necessary to carry on one's duties.
It is one's duty to respect every man as an individual.
Be devoted to one's duty as it is sacred though difficult.
An ideal life has a duty to oneself and humanity.
Embrace one's duty without any distinction of caste,creed or religion.
Concentration to duty delivers one from most of life's worries.
Let our duty pass through ridicule,opposition to reach acceptance.
It is our duty to serve brethren not to lead them.
Do our work as it is doing to God thus to fulfil oneself.
Always aware of the fact of one's duty to oneself in all duties.
One should know how to live and how to teach others to live.
Be yourself to action conformity with your own nature.
To live one's life is prime business.
Make the best of one's life,the unique life to the utmost advantage.
All are bothered about their duties to others but why not to themselves?
Like the rest of others one has a duty to oneself that no one will teach or inform or do but by oneself.
See the life as a whole,understand the importance of money to the needs of life.
Earn money through right ways and preserve sufficient money for the future.
Realise the time element which constitutes life of an individual thus allowing no one to waste it.
One should be boosters of humanity.
Always promote peace and harmony among members of human race.
Make the life most beautiful and useful to oneself and others.
Co-ordinate the activities of spirit,soul,mind and body as they have interactions and mysterious influence between each other.
Train the body and mind to obey the dictates of the will of which,habit can play a vital part.
Be God our Master in whom we truly become a man of virtue.
The present moment is the time for one's duty.So,never loose time.
Take time to self-examine oneself to know what one is and what one has.
Be wise in this world not to talk about oneself.Let one's actions talk about oneself.
Do find rational and beneficial pleasures in everything.
Never permit human parasites to prey upon one's life.
Keep up one's personality and individuality.
Make the best of oneself in daily lives.
Know oneself and cope up with oneself to attain most out of life.
Design a plan for life thus to work according to the pattern.
Don't enslave oneself to anything than to God.
Learn to live the present life which is the reflection of past and future life.
Be very cautious in choosing one's life-partner for it relates to one's destiny.
Prepare oneself early for the inevitability of life.
Be conscious of the last phase of life and the needs.
Be alive always to the last,keeping the interests of life.
Live one's own life to master it.
Man's duty culminates in the art of living of one's life.
Observing the morality be one's life's duty.
DR GEE VERGHESE GEORGE
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