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key of sucess "resources belong to society"

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    Germany is a highly industrialized country. In such a country, many will think its people lead a luxurious life.

    When we arrived at Hamburg , my colleagues walked into the restaurant, we noticed that a lot of tables were empty. There was a table where a young couple was having their meal. There were only two dishes and two cans of beer on the table. I wondered if such simple meal could be romantic, and whether the girl will leave this stingy guy.

    There were a few old ladies on another table. When a dish is served, the waiter would distribute the food for them, and they would finish every bit of the food on their plates.

    As we were hungry, our local colleague ordered more food for us.When we left, there was still about one third of un-consumed food on the table.

    When we were leaving the restaurant, the old ladies spoke to us in English, we understood that they were unhappy about us wasting so much food.

    "We paid for our food, it is none of your business how much food we left behind," my colleague told the old ladies. The old ladies were furious. One of them immediately took her hand phone out and made a call to someone. After a while, a man in uniform from Social Security organisation arrived. Upon knowing what the dispute was, he issued us a 50 Euro fine. We all kept quiet.

    The officer told us in a stern voice, "ORDER WHAT YOU CAN CONSUME, MONEY IS YOURS BUT RESOURCES BELONG TO THE SOCIETY. THERE ARE MANY OTHERS IN THE WORLD WHO ARE FACING SHORTAGE OF RESOURCES. YOU HAVE NO REASON TO WASTE RESOURCES."

    The mindset of people of this rich country put all of us to shame. WE REALLY NEED TO REFLECT ON THIS.
    We are from country which is not very rich in resources. To save face, we order large quantity and also waste food when we give others a treat.

    THE LESSON IS:- THINK SERIOUSLY ABOUT CHANGING OUR BAD HABITS.

    VERY TRUE -"MONEY IS YOURS BUT RESOURCES BELONG TO THE SOCIETY."

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    You are right. Recources are the best to get success in business.

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    Here is an interesting story on two seas with some interesting lessons. I had heard of Dead Sea in school. No one ever told me this side of the story. You may find it interesting. I look forward to your perspective.
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    A tale of Two Seas !As you probably recall, the Dead Sea is really a Lake, not a sea.It’s so high in salt content that the human body can float easily. You can almost lie down and read a book! The salt in the Dead Sea is as high as 35% - almost 10 times the normal ocean water. And all that saltiness has meant that there is no life at all in the Dead Sea. No fish. No vegetation. No sea animals. Nothing lives in the Dead Sea. And hence the name: Dead Sea.

    The other Sea is the Sea of Galilee. Turns out that the Sea of Galilee is just north of the Dead Sea. Both the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea receive their water from river Jordan. And yet, they are very, very different.

    Unlike the Dead Sea, the Sea of Galilee is pretty, resplendent with rich, colorful marine life. There are lots of plants. And lots of fish too. In fact, the Sea of Galilee is home to over twenty different types of fishes.
    Same region, same source of water, and yet while one sea is full of life, the other is dead. How come?

    Here’s apparently why. The River Jordan flows into the Sea of Galilee and then flows out. The water simply passes through the Sea of Galilee in and then out - and that keeps the sea healthy and vibrant, teeming with marine life.

    But the Dead Sea is so far below the mean sea level, that it has no outlet. The water flows in from the river Jordan, but does not flow out. There are no outlet streams. It is estimated that over 7 million tons of water evaporate from the Dead Sea every day. Leaving it salty. Too full of minerals. And unfit for any marine life.

    The Dead Sea takes water from the River Jordan, and holds it. It does not give.

    Result? No life at all.

    Think about it.

    Life is not just about getting. Its about giving. We all need to be a bit like the Sea of Galilee.
    We are fortunate to get wealth, knowledge, love and respect. But if we don't learn to give, we could all end up like the Dead Sea. The love and the respect, the wealth and the knowledge could all evaporate. Like the water in the Dead Sea.

    If we get the Dead Sea mentality of merely taking in more water, more money, more everything the results can be disastrous.
    Good idea to make sure that in the sea of your own life, you have outlets. Many outlets. For love and wealth - and everything else that you get in your life. Make sure you don't just get, you give too.

    Open the taps. And you'll open the floodgates to happiness. Make that a habit. To share. To give.

    And experience life. Experience the magic!������

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    Highly appreciated;
    Thanks for sharing

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    Nice sharing. Keep it continue.

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