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CA Adarsh Agrawal (CMD of SHAYVIDZ Group)     16 March 2010

You Decide Life is Yours - A rope or A snake.. ??

Once, a man was walking across a jungle in dark night, with a small torch.

The torch was so dim, and he couldn't see anything properly.

Alas, suddenly he found a snake across his way in the dim light of his tourch and he started shivering.

He stood there with out moving an inch forward thinking that the snake might move away soon.

And he started calling all the Gods he know.

He waited there for a long time - 2 hrs, 3 hrs, 4 hrs - but the snake was so adament - it was not moving at all. The poor man started sweating and started blaming his own 'karma' and past, and started doubting the ability of all the Gods he know.

After some time, to his surprise, he found another wise man walking towards him.

He had a much lighter torch. Suddenly, in the light, to his surprise - our 'hero' realized that it was just a rope that he mis interpreted as a snake - it was not a snake at all.

He easily walked past the rope, and with in some time, the dawn came. In the light of Sun, everything was so clear.

The entire jungle, which was so frightening for him appeared so blissfull.

Birds were singing, there were fruits everywhere, streams were flowing and our HERO started laughing about his own foolishness.


*In our life, problems are like this. We miss interpret them as 'huge' problems, with out even trying to take over the same. Then, you need the presence of an enlightened master/guru to realize the truth.

*Realize now that you are infinite - and more powerfull than any problem you may face in life and help will come to you when it is needed. If you cannot do with what you have, more will be given.

*Just drop your botheration continue walking, and be free..


 8 Replies

Sarvesh Kumar Sharma Advocate (Advocacy)     16 March 2010


Jithendra.H.J (Lawyer)     16 March 2010


CA Adarsh Agrawal (CMD of SHAYVIDZ Group)     17 March 2010


Daksh (Student)     17 March 2010

Ati Uttam.

Best Regards



ad. creaminall (professional Advocate)     19 March 2010

very nice

Mahesh (uahfufhuf)     30 March 2010


Arjun Kashyap (Student)     30 March 2010

if the prob can b solvd...then no need 2 worry abt it..if it can't b solved den wats d use of worrying.. :P :)

Kumar Doab (FIN)     30 March 2010


What appears to be the end may really be a new beginning.

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