The greatest gift we can receive is to have the chance, just once in our lives, to make a difference

– Stephen Strange

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Mahatma Gandhi : 10 quotes that can change your outlook

Mahatma Gandhi, one of the greatest (if not the greatest) leaders of our nation called India. The non violence and power of truth as we all know of him, revolutionized the outlook for the vary revolt by Indians against the British government. Regardless of his excelling in the leadership qualities, he had the power to (yes power ) listen to every single person’s opinion even if he’s an enemy. I may not walk on the path he paved, but I’ve no doubt that he was one of the most ‘tactical’ and admirable person ever born on this planet.

Well I don’t have words to describe my and the nation’s pride and respect for him, I can just drop some of the GLORIOUS quotes said by “the Saint from Sabarmati”

Learn as…

“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to Learn as…


“A student is he who continuously uses his faculty of observation, puts two and two together and carves out for himself a path in life”.

Be the change…

“Be the change that you want to see in the world.”

Without action…

“Without action you aren’t going anywhere”.


“Glory lies in the attempt to reach one’s goal and not in reaching it”. forever”.

Mental visualisation

One of the most overlooked yet the most profound aspect which can determine our success is our mental visualisation. The fact is that when ever we are to embark on a new venture, we often find ourselves obsessively visualizing the outcome. We are too fixated on mentally enjoying the fruits of our labour that we hardly ever let our thoughts fall on the actual labour itself.

What most people don’t realize is that even mentally devouring the fruits of our future achievements actually tricks our subconscious mind and even our body’s physiology. One of the major reasons seemingly intelligent people procrastinate is due to their vivid visualisations of success.

” Many of us visualise success ( or failure or both!) – even if we don’t realise it or believe in the practice. Unfortunately, many of us visualise sucees in a way that can actually lead to procrastination rather than help us to work towards our goals”