Raipur: Discipline is necessary to be successful in life: Brahma Kumari Ritu Didi

Raipur , 13 May (H.S.). On Friday, the ninth day of Prerna Summer Camp organized by Prajapita Brahmakumari Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya in Chaubey Colony, Raja Yoga teacher Brahma Kumari Ritu Didi, while speaking on the topic of self-discipline, told the children the importance of discipline in life. Brahma Kumari Ritu Didi said that to achieve […]
 


Raipur: Discipline is necessary to be successful in life: Brahma Kumari Ritu Didi

Raipur , 13 May (H.S.). On Friday, the ninth day of Prerna Summer Camp organized by Prajapita Brahmakumari Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya in Chaubey Colony, Raja Yoga teacher Brahma Kumari Ritu Didi, while speaking on the topic of self-discipline, told the children the importance of discipline in life.

Brahma Kumari Ritu Didi said that to achieve success in any field, it is necessary to have discipline in life. No matter how we are in studies, but if our conduct and behavior is best, then we can win everyone’s heart.

Ritu Didi, while mentioning the inspirational stories of great men, told that only those who struggle in life become successful in the future. Personality emerges out of struggle. Therefore, if there is a lack of anything in life, then one should not be sad. Rather, think that it is a means to move me forward. If you keep positive thinking then you will definitely get success.

He further said that student life is the most important golden time of our life. The formation of personality in the true sense takes place in this period. The work of giving direction to life is done during this time. We can make ourselves who we want to be. That is why discipline is very important in student life. If our behavior, speech and routine are disciplined, then we can make our mark as an ideal student. With this, by winning the hearts of the elders in the family and the teachers in the school, one can become their favorite.

While exhorting the children to respect everyone, he said that whether someone is younger or older than you, they should always be addressed as you. Many children talk among themselves by saying ‘tu-tum’ which is not right. Be sure to greet your elders every day at home and in school. It should be included in your daily routine. When you get any advice or work, accept it by saying yes. May our words be sweet and gentle.