The Bhagavad Gita literally translates to Song of the Lord. It is a narrative between the prince of the Pandavas, Arjuna, and his guide and charioteer, Lord Krishna. Here, Krishna is trying to convince Arjuna to fight the righteous war or the Dharma Yuddha between the Kauravas and the Pandavas. He is appealing to him to fulfill his righteous duties as a Kshatriya and fight for the truth and what is right.
The power of words became clear to me when a couple of years back I met with a crisis. It was my first job and not a very good time for me in office. There were certain ambiguities in the instructions of a certain client and I had completely goofed up in interpreting them. And then what? I had a serious talk with my boss and you know what kind of talk it was.
Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important. If you give people tools, and they use their natural abilities and their curiosity, they will develop things in ways that will surprise you very much beyond what you might have expected.
Nurses are compassionate. They can understand what is needed to keep the patient comfortable. They are not just health care workers but those gentle caretakers who know how to comfort the patients. The profession is demanding, as they may require to work long hours and take care of patients from different backgrounds and age groups. They need to be patient and considerate and pleasing and soothing to the patients and their relatives. They need to be on their toes to ensure that their patients are receiving optimum care.
Comforting words of encouragement and inspiration are many times, the best means to help someone feel better. They can soothe an aching heart, help heal a broken relationship, give the courage to fight difficulties and motivate someone to move on. These words are the best ways to rebuild lost confidence and restore lost hope. Let us take a look at some good words of strength and encouragement.