WhatsApp Messages Collection

Best of the best forwarded messages collected from WhatsApp and brought for you.


We are posting here some of the selected Spiritual and Motivational messages which will strengthen your thoughts and which will motivate you towards positivity.


Moral standards are eroding at an alarming rate in our culture today. A small attempt to bring back the values in our society, we are posting some moral stories which will build your personality.


On the lighter side we are adding some funny jokes to bring the smile on your face to which is missing due to your work stress and busy life style throughout the day.


What better way to start our blog than with an encouraging message from the Bhagavad Gita?


The Bhagavad Gita is such a magnificent scripture that it may help us master today's Corporate Management Skills.


Management is the process of bringing people together and motivating them to work toward a common objective with the greatest societal benefit - in the pursuit of excellence. How to be productive in one's job is a vital question for all managers.


The Bhagavad Gita provides the solution to this basic question, stating repeatedly that "you must endeavor to regulate yourself." The reason for this is that until a manager achieves a certain degree of quality and efficiency, he or she will become nothing more than a name in the crowd.


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Heading #2: A True Incident

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Heading #1: BHAGAVAD GITA: In one sentence per chapter ...


Chapter 1: Wrong thinking is the only problem in life


Chapter 2: Right knowledge is the ultimate solution to all our problems


Chapter 3: Selflessness is the only way to progress & prosperity


Chapter 4: Every act can be an act of prayer


Chapter 5: Renounce the ego of individuality & rejoice in the bliss of infinity


Chapter 6: Connect to the Higher consciousness daily


Chapter 7: Live what you learn


Chapter 8: Never give up on yourself


Chapter 9: Value your blessings


Chapter 10: See divinity all around


Chapter 11: Have enough surrender to see the Truth as it is


Chapter 12: Absorb your mind in the Higher


Chapter 13: Detach from Maya & attach to Divine


Chapter 14: Live a lifestyle that matches your vision


Chapter 15: Give priority to Divinity


Chapter 16: Being good is a reward in itself


Chapter 17: Choosing the right over the pleasant is a sign of power


Chapter 18: Let Go, Lets move to union with God


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Heading #2: A True Incident


In the year 1979, near the Trivandrum sea shore, an elderly gentleman was reading the Bhagavad Gita. That time, a young talented atheist guy came and took his seat by the side of that gentleman. The young guy taunted the gentleman by saying that in the age of science, only foolish people prefer to read old fashioned books like the Gita.


He further said that, had the gentleman devoted the same time to science, then by now the country would have scaled great heights.


The gentleman did say nothing but asked the young man for his introduction to which the youth replied that he was a science graduate from Kolkata who had come to make his career in Bhabha Atomic Research Center.


The youth further told the gentleman to devote his attention to scientific research as by reading the Bhagavad Gita, he wouldn't be able to achieve anything.


The gentleman simply smiled and rose up to leave. As soon as he got up, four security guards surrounded him and his driver brought his red beacon fitted official car. Seeing all these the youth panicked and asked the gentleman, 'Who are you?'


The gentleman now replied with a smile and said that his name is Vikram Sarabhai, the Chairman of the same organization, where the youth had come to make his career.


At that point of time, there were 13 research organizations in the name of Vikram Sarabhai, along with which he was also the Chairman of Commitee for Atomic Planning, having being appointed to the same by the PM Indira Gandhi.


Now, it was the turn of the youth to be ashamed and he fell down on Sarabhai's feet, crying profusely. It was then that Sarabhai said a very wonderful thing.


He said, "Behind every creation, there's always the Creator. So, it doesn't matter, whether it is the time of the Mahabharata or today's India. Never Forget God !!!


Today's atheist people, by invoking the name of science, may dance as much as they want but history is witness that science has been created by the God- believer theists only.


God is Eternal Truth. God's speech (Bhagavad Gita) is true; it cannot be falsified at all. Just by worshipping it, troubles will surely get resolved.


Tribute to Vikram Sarabhai on his 99th Birth Anniversary!!


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Spiritual Messages: Which will strengthen your spiritual thoughts.


Motivational Messages: Which will motivate you towards positivity.


Moral Stories: Which will inspire you to build your personality.


Funny Jokes: Which will make you laugh whole heartedly to come out of stress.


Collection of PDFs: Which will provide some useful & valuable books for you.


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