Life's Big Lesson in a Small Scoop! 2

22 August 2008 वेळ: Friday, August 22, 2008


My dearest Friend Vijay made a very vital comment while discussing personality traits yesterday.


He said our behaviour casts a reflection on our personality. Like for example if you have a habit of cluttering things and being dis-organised, that seeps into your thinking. Your ideas are cluttered and not clear.

If you are a ' pack rat' ( a beautiful expression I read long ago for hoarders) then you tend to carry a lot of bottle-necked ideas.

If you are someone who keeps on collecting broken articles that means you have a penchant for clinging on to the old and find it difficult to give up archaic beliefs.


Moral: The more we de-clutter our closets, our belongings and our minds the better we make our lives!

Cheers to de-cluttering!
Thanks Vijay!
Point Noted Boss!























3 प्रतिक्रिया

  1. Sandy Says:

    Yes its definitely a new perspective. What it says is our behavior / actions dictate the way we think.

    Another way of looking at it is our thoughts control our action and behavior -

    Watch your thoughts ; they become words.
    Watch your words ; they become actions.
    Watch your actions ; they become habits.
    Watch your habits; they become character .
    Watch your character; it becomes your destiny .


    There is another theory that I like very much is one called "Broken window theory". The synopsis is present on my blog in one of the articles. Do read if you get a chance.
    http://sandysgalaxy.blogspot.com/2006/04/broken-window-theory.html

    It talks about how the surroundings reflect on the behavior of the entire society.

  2. iron_maiden Says:

    Sandy this is definitely one of the best theories that I have come across. Thanks to you for acquainting me to it. I had a personal persepective in my story while you gave it to me on the large canvas of the society. Very intersting dictum and very true! Loved it! The visicous cycle of crime - from its start to end is well depicted. If you wnat to read more crime pschological stories go to www.crimelibrary.com

  3. Sandy Says:

    hey Ketki, am happy you liked the article. I don't remember where I read it first - may be in a book called "Tipping Point". Its a very interesting book too. Thanks for sharing the link, I will definitely check it sometime.

    btw, are you a big iron maiden fan as the name suggests in you nick.

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