Man is Master of his Destiny

September 6, 2017

The path to success is hard work. The work should be undertaken seriously and sincerely. The work should be properly planned before attempting to start it. This would ensure the success of the project. The work or task that is not properly planned is bound to fail or will produce poor outcome. Under these circumstances people tend to blame others or their bad luck. An element of good luck is needed to achieve success. This should not be substituted for hard work.


A farmer has to till his land, sow seeds and water his plants for a successful harvest. On the other hand one who has not worked hard on the land will not get any harvest. The lazy farmer will blame God for the failure of his harvest. A student who does not study sincerely his subjects will not succeed in his/her examination. The student will either blame God or will say the papers were difficult for the failure. These statements are not correct. Always remember that God helps those who help themselves. Be active and discard laziness. A sensible person will try to find out the reasons for his failure and will make sure those mistakes are not repeated.


Many people visit astrologers or palmists to seek answers to their destiny or to receive information about their  future. These people give false assurances to the individual. Their predictions are invariably wrong and only mislead the individual . Man is maker of his own destiny. The destiny is in his own hands. Work hard and sincerely and enjoy the fruits of your labour. No one should waste time and money by seeking so called help from the palmists or fortune tellers. One should always pray to God to seek help to lead an honest and virtuous life. Success will follow hard and sincere efforts put in any project. Trust in God and yourself.

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