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Attitude matters



Attitude matters Motivation, Mental health, Goal, Millennium Development Goals,

Attitude matters Motivation, Mental health, Goal, Millennium Development Goals,



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  • To reflectand... Act.The difference betweenthe poor countries andthe rich ones is not theage of the
  • This can be shown bycountries like India &Egypt, that are morethan 2000 years old andare poor.
  • On the other hand,Canada, Australia & NewZealand, that 150 yearsago were inexpressive,today are developedcountries and are rich.
  • The difference betweenpoor & rich countriesdoes not reside in theavailable naturalresources.
  • Japan has a limited territory, 80%mountainous, inadequate foragriculture & cattle raising, but itis the second world economy. Thecountry is like an immense floatingfactory, importing raw materialfrom the whole world and exportingmanufactured products.
  • Another example is Switzerland, whichdoes not plant cocoa but has the bestchocolate of the world. In its littleterritory they raise animals and plantthe soil during 4 months per year. Notenough, they produce dairy products ofthe best quality. It is a small countrythat transmits an image of security,order & labor, which made it theworld’s strong safe.
  • Executives from richcountries whocommunicate with theircounterparts in poorcountries show thatthere is no significantintellectual difference.
  • Race or skin color arealso not important:immigrants labeled lazyin their countries oforigin are the productivepower in rich Europeancountries.
  • What is thedifference then?
  • The difference is theattitude of thepeople, framed alongthe years by theeducation & theculture.
  • On analyzing thebehavior of the peoplein rich & developedcountries, we find thatthe great majorityfollow the followingprinciples in theirlives:
  • 1. Ethics, as a basic principle.2. Integrity.3. Responsibility.4. Respect to the laws & rules.5. Respect to the rights ofother citizens.6. Work loving.7. Strive for saving &investment.8. Will of super action.9. Punctuality.
  • In poor countries,only a minorityfollow these basicprinciples intheir daily life.
  • We are not poorbecause we lacknatural resources orbecause nature wascruel to us.
  • We are poor because we lackattitude.We lack the will to complywith and teach thesefunctional principles of rich& developed societies.
  • If you do not forward thismessage nothing will happen toyou. Your pet will not die, youwill not be fired, you will nothave bad luck for seven yearsand also you will not get sick.
  • If you love yourcountry, let thismessage circulate for amajor quantity of peoplecould reflect about this& CHANGE, ACT!!
  • www.thedestinymaker.comArvind RaiAstrology & Vastu Expert+91 7709240111