Being successful is not what humans lack in their life. We run after success because in the end of the day we would be happily answering our inner selves:
” I achieved my goals! I’ve been blessed by God to accomplish what I needed to be, what I wanted to be or What my purpose was!”.
And yes, that is going to make us happy; the feeling to be the winner; where we were not competing with others but, our own inner demon that forces us to do nothing in our lives,
and seriously that NOTHING transforms into a great Regret, after years.
And for being successful in our lives, it is not just to be a millionaire, to live in a luxurious villa, or at times being able to buy anything without thinking of your resources.
Instead, for me, success is when we are satisfied with our exertions though not being able to touch the red flag so far. But just the efforts, the efforts to become something you are not at the present. The every effort we do, we are making our time something worth we are going to be proud of in the future.
Doing nothing will transform into a big regret in the coming years, try to do something, start from the beginning performing the smallest of the daily assignments. And don’t let those inner Demons come over you.
We will be happy and satisfied in the future for not letting the bad days come over us, and proud because we did something. We made the darkest days, the brighter ones.
And after years at that stage of our lives, there would be something worth evoking.
I recently read a post on Twitter. Which made me think and write that:
Nowadays we have stopped asking questions to people surrounding us whether for all day or for just a short while, maybe with the fear of being titled as stupid or foolish.
But that’s not how humans live! We are free to think, we are free to share the thoughts with almost anyone!.
Why have we become such introverts who are YOUNG, WILD & FREE on the social media life but at the same time ill-humored persons in real life; by keeping all the jokes, sanity and even ordinary thoughts to ourselves.
I think we should obliterate that Mysteriousness (to some extent) which has made a little space within us. Which is creating a fictional corner, a very secretive corner; sometimes even unknown to us.
We are happy with just a single menacing device, ignoring the people who are there for us at the present and we are talking about our bad day to the ones living far away from us. Yes! tweets are a fun to read things, but at the same time objectionable. Man! why are you telling this to us? what’s the purpose, in short, you’re LAME!
I think we must stop doing this!
Live with the ones who are living with you.
Make a thriving atmosphere at your home, by doing those creepy shits we do on social media. Make the Real Life a Blockbuster video of your own!
Today I’m gonna share a very easy thing with you… this recipe is the result of my own experiments. Hope you’d like it!
Barley as a Nutritious food:
It has a range of important vitamins and minerals: fiber, selenium, B vitamins, copper, chromium, phosphorus, magnesium, niacin, and more. And when compared to many other grains, even other ancient whole-grains, barley is lower in fat and calories, but higher in dietary fiber and certain trace minerals.
A very easy way of making barley a nice thing to be eaten…
You’ll be surprised when you’d see the result of your work; to make a chapati with barley flour, all you need is:
3 cups of Barley flour
A teaspoon of Yeast
Now just mix all the ingredents together. Add enough water to make a runny paste, the consistency should be same as like pancake mixture.
Now heat the non-stick pan you’re gonna make it in. Brush it with just a drop of oil. When you see the pan is nicely heated, pour the batter of barley with the help of a ladle & spread the mixture with the back of the ladle while circling it and stretching the batter out of the circle again and again.
Wait for it to get dry and form small air bubbles on the upper side you can see… just turn it upside down with the help of a food turner. Keep pressing it with the turner from different sides. And when you see that cooked colour of golden and brown on it,
remove your chapati from the pan. And that’s all! You can also brush the cooked chapati with ghee as it keeps it very soft and chewable.
p.s. I’ll be posting a small compilation of DIET OF A DIABETIC very soon. Keep intouch for that!